Tag Archive | Google Art Project
May 18, 2016. New Post Goes Up Each Wednesday, by Jack Dziamba Fine Art – On the Brink of a Paradigm Change The New Media via the internet has induced a paradigm change in the way we view and experience art. As we wrote in the Purpose Page of this blog, “THE BOOK, both print […]
July 29, 2015, by Jack Dziamba -New Post Goes Up Every Wednesday Van Gogh – the Writer Today is the 125th Anniversary of the Death of Vincent Van Gogh. In honor of Van Gogh’s life, we are re-blogging from one of our first posts. Everyone (now) knows Van Gogh, the Artist, bu few know Van […]
July 22, 2015, by Jack Dziamba – New Post Goes Up Every Wednesday TO BEGIN: Click Here Summer – Art, History, and Romance in Venice Since it’s summer, we seem to be concentrating on stunning visual tours, or on books to read at the beach (and elsewhere). So, this week it’s Venice via tools […]
80,000 video clips, photos, sound recordings, and 3-D models, all freely available to anyone who wants to reuse copyright-free images and media.
The Public Domain Project, launched this week by royalty-free video marketplace Pond5, is a digital vault of 80,000 video clips, photos, sound recordings, and 3-D models, all embeddable and freely available to anyone who wants to reuse copyright-free images and media. As explained by Carey Dunne in FastCode Design, on January 22, 2103, “They’re impeccably organized, […]
E-MUSEUMS, ART IN THE NEW MEDIA. WELCOME TO THE 21ST CENTURY New Weekly Post goes up every Wednesday at 8:30PM EST It is interesting to note how and why the once-staid museums have embraced 21st century technology (web 2.0) to allow access to its trove, while the book publishing industry has clung to 19th century […]
The Van Gogh Museum and the Van Gogh Letters sites are two spectacular responses to the use of the new media for the display of fine art. The Letters are astounding. They are capable of being displayed in the original handwriting, by line, and in several languages. Also, viewers can see the original illustrations that […]