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‎Procreate on the App Store
"Apple Design Award winner and App Store Essential – Procreate is the most powerful sketching, painting and illustration app ever designed for a mobile device, built for creative professionals. This complete artist’s toolbox helps you create beautiful sketches, inspiring paintings, and stunning illustrations anywhere you are. Procreate features ground-breaking canvas resolution, 136 incredible brushes, an advanced layer system, and is powered by Silica M: the fastest 64-bit painting engine on iOS.
Create a canvas and start painting with any of Procreate’s exclusive dual-texture brushes. Use the immediately responsive smudge tool to perfectly blend colour with any brush in your library. With Procreate’s incredibly high-resolution canvases you can print your artwork at massive sizes. Experience the revolutionary selection, transform, and perspective tools built exclusively for multitouch and finish your illustration with stunning cinema-quality effects. Procreate’s powerful and intuitive interface always puts your art in focus.

With a deep range of professional quality features, Procreate has all the power a creative needs."
applications  ios  ipad  photoshop  painting  paint  drawing  illustration 
august 2018 by robertogreco
The House in the Middle: National Paint, Varnish and Lacquer Association : Free Download & Streaming : Internet Archive
"Atomic tests at the Nevada Proving Grounds (later the Nevada Test Site) show effects on well-kept homes, homes filled with trash and combustibles, and homes painted with reflective white paint. Asserts that cleanliness is an essential part of civil defense preparedness and that it increased survivability. Selected for the 2002 National Film Registry of "artistically, culturally, and socially significant" films."
film  cleanliness  paint  atomicbomb  nuclearage  cleanup  conformity  1954  1950s 
december 2012 by robertogreco
The God of Small Things - NOWNESS
"Lucian Freud’s Holland Park studio is an otherworldly space normally barred to all but the notoriously reclusive painter’s select group of sitters. It was a coup when filmmaker Tim Meara was granted access to shoot what would become his short film, Small Gestures in Bare Rooms. Freud himself no longer uses this studio—approaching his tenth decade, he finds it increasingly difficult to get up the stairs—but the paint-soiled sanctum is a testimony to the countless hours the artist has spent re-working his canvases, wiping his brush after every stroke and endlessly refining his obsessive depictions of the human body. Tim Meara created the film over six months, interviewing members of Freud’s inner circle and re-staging moments from their stories as “silent portraits,” with a voiceover by the novelist Francis Wyndham. During filming the unthinkable happened—Freud agreed to appear on camera, prompted by the memory of the birds of prey he used to keep in his Delamere Terrace studio in the 40s. For half an hour, the painter allowed himself to be filmed walking along the canal in London’s Little Venice, a kestrel perched on his arm. The full version of Meara’s short—destined to be a feature in time for Freud’s 90th birthday—can be seen beginning March 10 at the Pompidou Center, as part of the museum’s Freud retrospective."

"I assure you that I do not paint the world in desolate colours for my own pleasure. After all, I cannot change my eyes. As for my lack of convictions, alas I’m only too full of convictions. I burn with suppressed anger and indignation. But my ideal of art demands that the artist shows none of this, and that he appears in his work no more than God in nature. The man is nothing; the work is everything."

["The man is nothing, the work is everything." comes from a letter from Flaubert to novelist George Sand.]

"I think that the greatest characteristic of genius is, above all, energy. Hence, what I detest most of all in the arts, what sets me on edge, is the ingenious, the clever. This is not at all the same as bad taste, which is a good quality gone wrong. In order to have what is called bad taste, you must have a sense for poetry; whereas cleverness, on the contrary, is incompatible with genuine poetry.”

[The above quote appears to come from The Journals of Grace Hartigan, 1951-1955: ]

"What seems to me the highest and most difficult achievement of Art is not to make us laugh or cry, nor to arouse our lust or rage, but to do what nature does — that is, to fill us with wonderment [to set us dreaming]. The most beautiful works have this quality. They are serene in aspect, incomprehensible [inscrutable]."

[Bracketed parts within are the differences between the translation Lucian Freud reads and another translation of a letter from Flaubert to Louise Colet: ]

[Related "Centre Pompidou and Lucian Freud exhibit, L’Atelier": ]
paint  studios  documentary  creativity  timmeara  lucianfreud  2010  artists  art 
july 2012 by robertogreco
"IdeaPaint turns virtually anything you can paint into a high-performance dry-erase surface, giving you the space you need to collaborate, interact and fully explore your creativity. No matter where you use it, big ideas follow."
interiors  paint  work  creativity  whiteboard  interiordesign  design  office  tcsnmy 
july 2009 by robertogreco
David Adam: Could the answer to global warming be in architecture - to paint it white? | The Guardian
"It sounds simple, but the effect could be dramatic. Study after study has shown that buildings with white roofs stay cooler during the summer. The change reduces the way heat accumulates in built-up areas - known as the urban heat island effect - and allows people who live and work inside to switch off power-hungry air conditioning units.
california  sustainability  environment  cities  paint  globalwarming 
january 2009 by robertogreco
Hot rod painted using dressmaker's lace stencil - Boing Boing
had a friend in high school who did this with his panel truck
cars  paint 
january 2008 by robertogreco

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