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Puma appoints JWT New York as global lead creative agency

Puma appoints JWT New York as global lead creative agency | Creativity | Scoop.it
JWT will assume a leadership position over all Puma advertising and creative on a global basis.

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Favorite Art Education Blogs | The Teaching Palette

I've been teaching long enough to remember when visiting an art website meant only seeing few images of art from a famous dead painter and the text from a paper

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Art Education iPad Apps – Which Ones Are the Best? | The Teaching Palette

Art Education iPad Apps – Which Ones Are the Best? | The Teaching Palette | Creativity | Scoop.it

"Many schools are beginning to redirect money once set aside for textbooks toward technology and purchase iPads. Although some app prices may seem out of reach, they often can purchased in bulk for a fraction of the listed cost."


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Cheynee Scott's curator insight, May 31, 2013 10:50 PM

1. Does anyone (in this class) have any recommended apps that have aided them through out their educational journey in visual arts?
2. Please explain the possible ways in which these apps have helped?

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An Alphabet Designed By 45 Top Creatives Champions Art Education

An Alphabet Designed By 45 Top Creatives Champions Art Education | Creativity | Scoop.it

As part of their rebranding project, non-profit Free Arts NYC asked 45 top creatives to design a letter or symbol to create a font to be used in its new branding. 
Featuring the work of well-known designers, illustrators, artists and typographers, the line-up for the project includes impressive names like Michael Beirut, Diane Von Furstenberg, George Lois and brands such as Warby Parker. 
The resulting font is a wonderfully eclectic mix of artistic styles that reflects the experiences of their creators and serves to show how art has impacted their lives for the good. 

Watch the video about the “A to Z Project” at the link or head over to its website to find out more. 


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dar_l78's curator insight, March 23, 2015 11:46 AM

un article qui vends du rêve. #Douceurdesiles