Tomorrow, January 31st, the Wentworth Gallery in La Jolla will be exhibiting the work of Peter Max, a renowned pop artist whose latest work celebrates the presidency of Barack Obama. Max was the official painter for four presidents, Carter, Ford, Bush and Reagan, he was approached to create Bill Clinton’s inauguration posters and was invited to paint the signing of the Peace Accord.
His recent art work can be viewed at Wentworth Gallery 1025 Prospect St. La Jolla for several weeks but we highly suggest that you view his work from 6-9 tomorrow because you will be able to meet the artist himself at this time.
Posted by admin on January 30, 2009 Categories: Design
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First, let me say, thank you Larry for the rad rug sweep picture! And yes, the Archive section, which groups posts by month, got quite long, as we’ve been blogging here at Ninthlink for over two years now. In the interest of opening up more real estate (virtual estate?), Craig suggested we put a dropdown that filters the archives by year, so I did. Or did I suggest that, and then Craig told me how to make it look more pretty? Who knows. Either way, its there. Do you like it? Let us know (comment, please?)! And in case you are interested in geeking out at the bit of jQuery it took to make it all possible, read on…
The Museum of Contemporary Art, in LaJolla, is presently exhibiting some of the early works of Jasper Johns. These first sculptures, done in the late 50s, are known as “the Light Bulb Series”. Through these works Johns initiated the idea of viewing everyday objects as art, began the Pop Art movement, and influenced the work of artists like Andy Warhol, Larry Rivers, and Robert Rauschenberg. The show also features all of the drawings and prints associated with this series of sculptures.
The show runs through April. The cost of entry is $10.00. For more information go to: http://www.mcasd.org/
Posted by admin on January 27, 2009 Categories: Design
Amid a time of unprecedented cutbacks in media, guy-flavored video portal Break.com is announcing a major push into the original production space. The company is launching a formal production “Creative Lab” led by Stuff Magazine veteran Jonathan Small, VP of Creative Lab and Editorial, and Broken Lizard’s Tara Leone, VP, Production and Distribution — 2 of 8 full-time employees who will help churn out more branded funny stuff.
I don’t know what you did last weekend, or last summer, but I spent my weekend attending the first annual San Diego Drupal camp, also known as SANDcamp, if you are in to the whole brevity thing. Platt College donated the space, and the schedule was filled up by knowledgeable Drupal masters from San Diego’s Achieve Internet, Acquia over on the east coast, Andy from SixFlip, and more. The schedule ran for both days, and there is even a first annual SANDcamp flickr stream where you can view all the fun in action!
News from aroundtheinternets is how Monty Python launched their own youtube channel, and proceeded to climb up the charts of the Amazon Best Seller list. Mashable.com claims somehow that the act resulted in “increased sales of 23,000 percent”, though who knows where that number came from.
The 47th Annual Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona was run over the past weekend. The Brumos Porsche Team came through with two podium finishes, racing their way to both first and third places. The race is a 24 hour endurance race (similar to the classic 24 Hours of Lemans race in France each year). Cars race from daytime, through the night, and into the next day. Three or four drivers take their turns behind the wheel. The race accumulates just over 2,600 miles, and tests the cars, the teams, and the drivers to the limit. This years’ margin of victory was only 167 seconds.
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