Alright, let’s jump right into the color that reflects from three quarters of our planet (including most of its atmosphere). Blue is a primary color. Hence a blue can be produced on its own, it can be altered, but it cannot be mixed from other colors. Usually, it is way too easy to cover a […]
Going Dark With every passing day, it gets easier for artists to publicize their work. Whether it’s Instagram, Facebook, or a personal website, the tools to propagate one’s art are growing in their number and their efficiency. From afar, it might seem like a grandiose utopia of freedom, sharing and cross-pollination. In some ways it […]
The Girl in the Cafeteria During the summer of 2014, I worked for a month at the College Lasalle cafeteria in Montreal. It was the typical student summer job: fast paced and boring. Yet, I learned one valuable lesson during my time behind the counter (and I’m not talking about making BLTs in under […]
Navigating Artistic Dissonance For an up-and-coming artist, there is usually little harmony between inner and outer pressure. Within, she is a bubbling whirl of new ideas and perspectives. Outside, popular opinion pushes and pulls her artistic independence from one wall of doubt to the other. She wants to experiment and grow; yet she also […]
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