Cafe Hopping (4/2)
A day late, but oh well. Weekly roundup of (mostly) arts-related chatter around the web:
- Lost in musical time: Interesting article on the first documented case of beat deafness, a condition in which a person can’t feel music’s beat or move in time to it.
- The Book Surgeon: Some unusual art going on here. “Using knives, tweezers and surgical tools, Brian Dettmer carves one page at a time. Nothing inside the out-of-date encyclopedias, medical journals, illustration books, or dictionaries is relocated or implanted, only removed.”
- Why Christians Sing: A thoughtful reminder from Bob Kauflin.
- Art market prognosticator: A handy tool for deciding whether or not you should buy that piece of art.
- Listening Process of Painting: Makoto Fujimura is blogging a series on illuminating the Bible. This week’s post describes his jazz-like process for painting the frontispiece for the Gospel of Mark.
- Inception in 60 seconds: Don’t want to see the movie? Here’s the one-minute woodblock version for you.