Modernism

21 Feb 19

Velvet Buzzsaw

Released in 2019, this American satirical supernatural horror film mesmerized the audience with its’ thrilling notion of art becoming life and the relationship between the two. This powerful thriller set in the contemporary art world scene of Los Angeles, created by Dan Gilroy and a wonderful cast of Jake Gyllenhaal (Morf Vandewalt), Rene Russo (Rhodora […]

21 Feb 19
ocdwhisky.com

Tormore Distillery Tormote distillery was founded in 1958 which makes this distillery a relatively young one in the history of whisky making in Scotland. Founded by Schenley international the distillery is certainly a very beautifully designed building and is surrounded  with some wonderfully kept lawns, the distillery itself is also now classed as a listed […]

21 Feb 19
Enfilade

Press release (19 February 2019) from the DMA: Dr. Agustín Arteaga, The Eugene McDermott Director of the Dallas Museum of Art, announced today that Dr. Nicole R. Myers has been named The Barbara Thomas Lemmon Senior Curator of European Art. Myers steps into her new role after serving for nearly three years as The Lillian […]

21 Feb 19
The Weekly Pakistan

The tandoor is an ideologic relic; a technological fossil that has survived through ages. While the world embraces 5G communication technology and adopts intelligent machines; the subcontinent’s most utilized cooking appliance remains indifferent to all the technological insurgency.

21 Feb 19
Site Title

Minimalist furniture is the new trend on the block. In the present times, modernism and minimalism are the two trends that go hand-in-hand, and it is very essential that you adopt these two trends for a beautiful home. Minimalism works whether you are working to renovate one corner of the house or, want to recreate […]

21 Feb 19
Home & Commercial Solutions

Choose a reputed website to get buy shower online. They make possible to deliver high-quality management in a timely manner. They set standards of high-quality and our vision is to provide a safe administration with professionalism. This is the best way to shop bathroom ware. It is good to order unlimited items online. You can […]

21 Feb 19
Mel's Comps Prep

54 total. Completed books in bold. Previously read, but not yet revisited, books in italics. Albanese, Catherine L. (ed.). American Spiritualities: A Reader. Indiana University Press, 2001 Albanese, Catherine L. A Republic of Mind and Spirit: A Cultural History of American Metaphysical Religion. Yale University Press, 2007. Albanese, Catherine L. Nature Religion in America: From the Algonkian Indians to the New […]

21 Feb 19
Chris Navin

James Lindsay and Peter Boghossian further discuss their exposure of the specious knowledge claims behind targeted postmodern grievance studies programs (if it has ‘studies’ after it, you should probably study something else). Don’t you dare laugh. Intersectionalism, and many postmodern movements in general, have many characteristics of religious movements. If you’re thinking the plan is […]

21 Feb 19
Fashion Matrix

Zara updates logo for a more mixed modern feel… Mixed review on the logo update by designers. While minimalism was coveted earlier in the brands life span, a logo update was well needed to facelift the fast fashion brand. Some designers are saying it is hard to read, and not a clean new version. While […]

21 Feb 19
Finding My Mojo

I had visions of putting this post together on Monday, the day after we got back from a much needed girl’s weekend, however, jet-lag is real my friends! I’m just now KIND OF getting back into the groove of things but then again, lets be honest mommin’ ain’t easy and I rarely feel like I’m […]

21 Feb 19
Language Cake

Here at languagecake, we are fully aware that the function of punctuation is not to ‘leave pauses’ or ‘take a breath’, it is, in fact, to delineate meaning. However, after 18 months of attempting to explain this to you all, we feel personification might be a better tactic. So, this week, we ask the grammatical […]

21 Feb 19
Christina Miroyan

The movie “Helvetica” discussed Helvetica as a font, how it came to be, its existence in our culture, and the overall use of type in design. From the beginning of the film, it is shown that Helvetica is one of the most saturated and used fonts in our world. One states “it’s everywhere. It’s like […]

21 Feb 19
Fly Me To The Moon !

The city of Mangalore gets it’s name from the 9th century Mangaladevi Temple located 3kms southwest of the city centre. Mangalore now officially called Mangaluru is the chief port city of the Indian state of Karnataka. It is one of the fastest developing cities in India. It is a mix of the old and the […]

21 Feb 19
The Cogent Critic

The literary works of Edgar Allan Poe are often ascribed to the genres of horror, American Gothic, or strange fiction. These are cursory ascriptions that do not consider Poe’s expressed primary intent of producing a psychological effect in the reader (“The Philosophy of Composition,” par. 4). Such ascriptions also lack adequate consideration of the importance […]

21 Feb 19
Archeology Blog

Blog post due Feb 18th I was particularly gripped by the section in Knossos and the Prophets of Modernism in the context of the creation of art and the art market. Specifically the sections that speak about the replicas of the fresco designs, the forging operation in which Minoan fakes were produced and sold, and […]

20 Feb 19
Scottish Stage

Death is a Cabaret Old Chum THEATRE By Mark Brown The Dark Carnival February 19 to March 2 Tramway, Glasgow then touring until March 16   When I catch up with actor Elicia Daly she is close to death. Worry not, the performer (whose television work includes roles in Call the Midwife, Eastenders and Holby […]