This Graphic Novel is About the Crime Photographer Weegee
Weegee, the pseudonym of Arthur Fellig, was a press photographer in New York City who's best known for his gritty photos of urban life, death, accidents, and crime in the 1930s...
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Nonfiction: A Biography Chronicles the Mysteries of Agatha Christie
In “Agatha Christie,” by Laura Thompson, the author's work is quoted extensively but little attention is given to how she committed all those murders.
3 days ago - NY Times
This Photographer Shows the Violence of the Most Dangerous City in Africa
Cape Town is the most dangerous city in South Africa and one of the most dangerous cities in the world. Freelance photojournalist Leon Knipe follows the police to crime scenes...
5 days ago - Peta Pixel
Review: ‘The Last Defense' Aims to Open Once-Shut Cases
This ABC docu-series, with Viola Davis as an executive producer, applies the true-crime formula to appeal the convictions of two death-row prisoners.
6 days ago - NY Times
Crime: Dangerous Disappearing Acts, With Killers in Pursuit
Battered women, bankrupt businessmen and star baseball players haunt this week's Crime column. Also a murderer who may get her own reality show.
10 days ago - NY Times
Amid London's Crime Surge, Authorities Take Aim at ‘Drill,' a Bleak Style of Rap Music
YouTube has removed more than 30 videos that the London police said could incite violence, while rappers and their defenders say the music is being scapegoated.
17 days ago - NY Times
Nonfiction: The Killers of the ‘Sex Money Murder' Gang and the Cops Who Went After Them
Jonathan Green's new book is a detailed chronicle of a murderous, drug-trafficking gang in the heyday of the crack cocaine epidemic.
17 days ago - NY Times
The Train: RFK's Last Journey. Photos at SFMOMA
It seems appropriate that on Memorial Day that I should mention the murder of Bobby Kennedy, the one of a trio of important murders , that turned the trajectory of our country...
20 days ago - Chez Namaste Nancy
Makers of ‘Sesame Street' Sue to Get Raunchy Puppet Movie to Change Its Advertising
The creators of the children's television show want “The Happytime Murders,” an upcoming movie featuring puppets, to stop using the slogan “No Sesame. All Street.”
22 days ago - NY Times
Day 232 "Guns of Navarone" 6 x 9 ink and markers
Tonight we watched "The Guns of Navarone", 1961, based on the book by Alistair MacLean. I read the book in my late teens, along with the James Bond novels, Taylor Caldwell...
23 days ago - Jody Regan
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Facial Expressions workshop with Orly Avineri
This weekend I got to attend a 3-day workshop given by Orly Avineri. The title, Facial Expressions intrigued me because I had taken one from her a few years ago where we made a...
My Bird Nest
I have a friend that has a nest collection, one that has a million bird nests in her horse barn and a teacher that talks about them like they are SO very special (which they...
I am a multimedia artist. I create my art by digitally layering my fine art and graphic art illustrations. I want to awaken heartfelt emotions of hope, strength and beauty in...
너무나 많이변해버린 모습에 아쉬움이 들기도했다 그렇긴해도 편리함이 더해져 스케치하기엔 또하나의 최적의 장소가 아닌가 싶었다 위에서 내려다본 오래된 지붕의 모습과 나무로 가려진 종묘의 모습을 스케치 못한 아쉬움을 남기고 돌아왔다.
Sechelt Water Resource Centre / PUBLIC
© Martin Kessler Architects: PUBLIC Location: Sechelt, BC, Canada Area: 1800.0 m2 Project Year: 2015 Photographs: Martin Kessler © Martin Kessler Text description provided by...
The cushion was happy to be left alone
Alone time. Original drawing available here. Ink & watercolour on hot press paper, 8 x 10 inches.
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Fish or Cut Bait - Thank You!
My sincere thanks for the wonderful surprise when I opened my mail today and found this from my wish list! I've been enjoying Cool and Lam as perfect summer reading and they...
Worth a Thousand Words: The Sea View of Cliffs
Guy Rose, The Sea View of Cliffs via Arts Everyday Living This just looks so refreshing to eye, ear, and soul. And it makes me think of summer travel somehow. Probably because...
Tim Cantor - Artist, Writer Tim Cantor born in San Francisco in
Tim Cantor - Artist, Writer Tim Cantor born in San Francisco in 1969, is a classical/surrealist artist and writer with a unique following. His dramatic art sways between dark...
Confluence Park / Lake|Flato Architects
© Casey Dunn Architects: Lake|Flato Architects , Matsys Design Location: 310 W Mitchell St, San Antonio, TX 78204, United States Design Team: Bob Harris, Tenna Florian, Sunnie...
Dachshund Geoffrey Barkington's Silhouette Immortalized in a Stone Bench
As part of the London Festival of Architecture , a little dog gets a big memorial in the form of a one-ton stone bench. Designed by Patrick McEvoy in memory of a deceased...