the great LGBT TV revolution

  “As we know, representation and visibility save lives. It’s the great silver lining of art representing reality. Reality then gets to go, ‘Oh, I see myself in that piece of art and I feel a little bit less alone […]

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our fav main title sequence: feud

Hats off to Kyle Cooper, a known legend of crazy good main title design…and his work on Feud is no exception.  Evoking Saul Bass style, this brilliant opening credit sequence takes us through the drama and impossible relationship of Bette […]

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broadway kids raise their voices!

Some of Broadway’s most talented youth gave up their weekend to create a song to benefit No Bully, a nonprofit organization dedicated to making school bully-free nationwide. The song, which premiered today on, features over 75 Broadway kids from […]

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everything starts from a dot

Composition VIII (1923) • Going old school today, as in Bauhaus. Wassily Kandinsky (1866-1944): Russian painter, art theorist and architect of the abstract. Alfred Imageworks created “STEREOSCOPIC”, bringing to life a few of Kandinsky’s works in a playful way.  Grab […]

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the art of laika

We always love to look behind the curtain and share what we find! Check out the breathtaking and tireless job of stop-motion animation from the crew at Laika. Film: “Kubo and The Two Strings”.

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