Learn how to use color psychology to pick the best colors for your brand personality, strategy and marketing. You'll learn about colors, their psychological meanings, the attributes and personality they communicate and how they’re used in the world of branding and marketing.
This mural, which is physically located in the foyer of the Military Museums in Calgary, comprises 240 separate images in a 20-foot by 12-foot mosaic. From here, you can virtually explore the mural and the 240 tiles "that represent Canada’s military history from the Battle of 1812 to present day op...
This Stencil Graffiti Creator allows you to generate fun and creative virtual 'Street Art' of any image you upload. This creator tool can be used on all modern web browsers on desktop, gaming, tablet and mobile devices.
The video on this page "shows a very quick sketch of a room..that demonstrates the two point linear perspective." (site descr.) Then, the page offers descriptions and examples (with images) of the rules of linear perspective.
This exhibit, with images, looks at an ancient artifact fashioned by unknown hands, the work of the first generation of Inuit artists, and two contemporary Inuit artists whose work has become part of the international art world.
This is an amazing site, virtually exploring the Lascaux Cave in France with its prehistoric cave drawings. Click on the words "a visit to the cave" and begin your exploration. Don't miss the triangular tab on the left hand side of the screen that opens up all the documentation about the history, the...
What do the images in cave paintings tell us about the ancient human mind and the lives of their creators? In this special 360° TED-Ed animation, explore an ancient cave and its surroundings and learn about the brief history of cave paintings. Drag your mouse around the video to explore.
In Islamic culture, geometric design is everywhere: you can find it in mosques, madrasas, palaces, and private homes. And despite the remarkable complexity of these designs, they can be created with just a compass to draw circles and a ruler to make lines within them.
Take a virtual tour of the Papal Basilica of Saint Peter. Click on any of the menu items on the left side to go directly to that area. You can also tour the Square. Use your mouse to move right and left to explore each area.