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CUTMYPiC is a plain & simple cropping tool for digital images.
FONTRODUCTION is a very cool typography site. It’s informational, visually appealing, and creative. Anyone involved in design will love this site!
YAKiToMe turns text to speech instantly. Copy text…listen and share it…create a Podcast!
See my YAKi definition of Repetition below.
MoMA Courses online
Check out MoMA’s courses online. Hurry because they start next week!
SpeakingImage is an online web tool that allows you to create sharable, annotated, interactive images. It also incorporates the creation of groups and wiki’s within its site. SpeakingImage has a bit of a learning curve, but has a series of wonderful video tutorials to help you along. See an example of Guernica from their site.
Skloog is a visual bookmarking site. Organize, arrange, tag, categorize, and share your favorite sites with Skloog.
Draw A Stickman
Try Draw a Stickman! Your interactive stickman will make you smile.
Just do it! It’s fun. * from wired
Cindy Sherman goes Digital
The Art 21 blog is a wonderful resource filled with information and interesting articles, links and video about the art world. On the Art 21 blog, Cindy Sherman, photographer extraordinaire talks frankly about her first experiences using digital cameras when she did a shoot for French Vogue.
Hidden Goya found
A hidden Goya was revealed through x-ray underneath one of the Artist’s previous masterpieces. Great article on the BBC’s site!
Get things done and celebrate your accomplishments with iDoneThis.
Creative site! Kids will like this one.
Colorcube is a wonderful interactive resource to teach the characteristics, science, and interactions of color.
Colorcube’s visual and interactive capabilities make it an awesome tool to use in the classroom. Within Colorcube there are illusions, a color glossery, color playgrounds, links, and tons of fun stuff. *From TeachersFirst.
Take a virtual tour of the National Gallery London! *From the scout report
The Hunt institute at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh has an incredible collection of Botanical Art that includes 26,270 original paintings.
Adjunct RI College
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