Hubert Duprat is a self-taught artist whose career began in the ‘80’s. Inspired by the insect world, Duprat created self-developing micro-sculptures using the pronymphs of Trichoptera insects.
A short illustrated History of Music using an original technique which combines drawing, writing and motion.
A series of 8 illustrations with animation for The New York Times
Sentences to live by.
If you are a fan of Richard Wagner’s music and you’d like to participate somehow in the celebrations for his 200 year anniversary, you don’t necessarily have to visit Bayreuth.
Being still is a metaphor for wanting to be free more than anything else.
“Self-directed learning and engagement are now the most important issues in education.”
Expert in art, design and computer science Professor Diane Gromala has experienced chronic pain for the last 25 years. Working with concepts of mindfulness meditation–where a patient focuses on their pain to control it – Dr. Gromala and her team have built an highly immersive and engaging virtual reality environment that essentially allows patients to […]
The animated film LET’S TALK ABOUT SOIL emphasizes human dependence on soils and describes how sustainable development is threatened by certain soil use trends.
Considering that their mother was a pianist, one can easily assume that the two brothers would show their interest towards art.