2020-01-22 16:00:00| Marketing Profs - Concepts, Strategies, Articles and Commentaries
You should expect to see more Art Deco references, astrological allusions, and flowery visuals in creative projects this year, according to recent research from Shutterstock. Read the full article at MarketingProfs
2020-01-17 12:55:53| Fast Company
Critics and audiences alike used ‘Cats’ as a litter box, for reasons that include the movie’s jarring visual aesthetic. It did not have to be this way. What: A thoughtful critique of the cats in Cats.Read Full Story
2020-01-15 14:08:37| Guardian Unlimited Business - more business news
Its crazy for chefs to create visually arresting dishes and then gripe if people want to photograph themFresh off an opinion-dump on the subject of female chefs, Heston Blumenthal is back in the news this time railing against our tendency to take too many photographs in restaurants. In an interview to promote his forthcoming Netflix show, Crazy Delicious (not to be confused with David Changs Ugly Delicious, or the surely-soon-to-be-commissioned Angry Delicious featuring Gordon Ramsay), Blumenthal admits to having been very tempted to intervene and prevent his diners from Instagramming their food, as it stops them from being in the moment.Its a puzzling position to take, given that Blumenthal is as responsible as anyone for the current mania for visually arresting, highly Instagrammable fare. So-called molecular gastronomy or modernist cuisine the approach to cookery that Blumenthal pioneered along with the Catalan maestro Ferran Adri, among others may have had its day in the sun long before Instagrams mid-2010s boom, but it frequently delighted in presentational trickery and trompe loeil. Continue reading...
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