Interview

June 22, 2021

Learn All About Antarctica’s First Flag Called ‘True South’ [Interview]

Flags are powerful forms of design. They help people feel connected to their identity and to their beliefs. They also help to articulate what makes a place so special. Though Antarctica is certainly a special place, it had no official flag to represent it for all these years. American Journalist Evan Townsend has worked to change that with a project called True South.

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May 6, 2021

Illustrations Reveal How Famous Artists Create Masterpieces in Very Different Studios [Interview]

We can learn so much about an artist’s practice from their studio space. These places are the site of creative magic; and sometimes, they even show up in the work itself. Jackson Pollock, for instance, had bits of his studio—including cigarette butts and nails—embedded within his paintings. Illustrator Max Dalton captures these exciting and transformative spaces in his series of paintings featuring artists in their studios.

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March 8, 2021

Photographer Personifies Dire Climate Change Issues in ‘2.5 Seconds’ [Interview]

New York-based artist Anya Anti uses her conceptual photography practice to explore new ideas and illuminate different issues. Her newest project, 2.5 Seconds, raises awareness about climate change through allegorical figures, surreal symbolism, and eye-catching backdrops. You might be wondering what 2.5 seconds has to do with climate change. “I used ‘2.

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