I think by now AI-generated art is on everyone’s radars, but yesterday I tried DALL-E for myself, and I have to say, even though I have been aware of this technology for a while, I was quite blown away by the results. For those of you who have yet to try it, you simply type…… Continue reading This is what AI-generated art looks like
I remember this book I read when I was a child. It was about a cat going about its day, staring out the window, drinking some milk and doing whatever it is that cats do. Now that I think about it, it sounds like the most boring children’s book ever. But what I remember most…… Continue reading Franco Matticchio’s Cat Illustrations
In April, we in South Africa celebrate not only democracy, but also freedom of expression. What better way to do that than to kick things off with Cape Town’s vibrant street art?
I love typography and I love art. But when the two meet, beautiful things happen. Here are some of the most creative uses of typography I’ve ever seen.
I was going to show you these aerial beach photos by photographer Gray Malin when I stumbled across something better. It is a photography series called Gray Malin at the Parker and involves 1) a luxury hotel and 2) wild animals. Why am I sharing this? Because it turns out that these are not Photoshopped,…… Continue reading Gray Malin at the Parker
I do. And it was the easiest thing in the world. We tend to overthink things as adults, which is why it never occurs to most of us to just pick up a pen and start drawing. It’s funny because I don’t remember feeling intimidated by a blank piece of paper as a child and…… Continue reading Remember how you used to draw as a kid?