A California illustrator has put some of our favorite games onto adorable Little Golden Books covers. Awww.
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Starting December 13, “Star Wars” fans in Seattle will get a special treat: “Who Shot First,” a gallery show of art pieces featuring characters and settings from the hit movie franchise. Taking place at the Ltd Art Gallery, the show will feature the work of more than 40 artists.
Look! In the Sky! It’s a cloud! It’s a number! It’s… the first 1000 digits of Pi?
On the afternoon of September 12, 2012, artist ISHKY, with Stamen Design, launched Pi in the Sky, a project that used skywriting to create quarter-mile tall digits at 10,000 feet over the San Francisco Bay Area. It took a team of five synchronized skywriters “equipped with dot-matrix technology” to create the first one-thousand numbers of the infinite order of pi (3.14159, etc.). The airplanes made a 100-mile loop around the Bay Area, which created a temporary piece that was 150 miles long. It was created as part of the 2012 ZERO1 Biennial.
There’s a Kickstarter for everything.