1. Project of the Day—Los Angeles has a vibrant and fascinating contemporary art scene, and for awhile now East of Borneo has nurtured a ”collective reexamination of West Coast art and its history, highlighting unexpected connections and encouraging new lines of thought.” In short, it’s a great site, and it wants to be greater. They’ve also got books and posters and all sorts of great stuff in the pipeline.

    Project of the Day—Los Angeles has a vibrant and fascinating contemporary art scene, and for awhile now East of Borneo has nurtured a collective reexamination of West Coast art and its history, highlighting unexpected connections and encouraging new lines of thought.” In short, it’s a great site, and it wants to be greater. They’ve also got books and posters and all sorts of great stuff in the pipeline.

  2. Project of the Day—Governor’s Island is awesome, and the Governor’s Island Art Fair is an equally awesome thing that happens every year on the island. After Hurricane Sandy, many of the buildings that house the artwork each year were damaged, and 4heads.org wants to fix them up so the fair can continue happening for free. Help keep it going strong.

    Project of the Day—Governor’s Island is awesome, and the Governor’s Island Art Fair is an equally awesome thing that happens every year on the island. After Hurricane Sandy, many of the buildings that house the artwork each year were damaged, and 4heads.org wants to fix them up so the fair can continue happening for free. Help keep it going strong.

  3. Project of the Day—James Kerr’s Scorpion Dagger is an augmented art book that features “GIF remixes of Early and northern Renaissance paintings.” What that means is that it’s a physical book, but if you hold your phone up to specific images, they become animated—often hypnotically so.

  4. Project of the Day—Thanks to the internet, cats are more popular than they have ever been before. Now, instead of just getting one at the pound or the farm or the street or whatever and then taking care of it in the privacy of your own home for a number of years, you can turn your cat into a legit celebrity that people will come and stare at for hours. What’s up with that? It is a phenomenon, and Catstarter wants to find out why and how it happened in a book they’re putting together, called Cat Is Art Spelled Wrong.

    Project of the Day—Thanks to the internet, cats are more popular than they have ever been before. Now, instead of just getting one at the pound or the farm or the street or whatever and then taking care of it in the privacy of your own home for a number of years, you can turn your cat into a legit celebrity that people will come and stare at for hours. What’s up with that? It is a phenomenon, and Catstarter wants to find out why and how it happened in a book they’re putting together, called Cat Is Art Spelled Wrong.

  5. Project of the Day—The Oxford American features exceptional long form journalism and essays and is usually one of those things that we end up reading cover to cover without even meaning to. Every year they put together a music issue, last year was Tennessee, this year it’ll be an exploration of the sounds of Texas. Help make that happen.

    Project of the Day—The Oxford American features exceptional long form journalism and essays and is usually one of those things that we end up reading cover to cover without even meaning to. Every year they put together a music issue, last year was Tennessee, this year it’ll be an exploration of the sounds of Texas. Help make that happen.

  6. Project of the Day—When photographer Ania Dabrowska met Diab Alkarssifi, a Lebanese photojournalist, he had thousands of prints and negatives of daily life in Lebanon, Palestine, Kuwait, Egypt, Syria and Iraq, offering a largely unseen portrait of life, spread across 100 years of Arab history. Dabrowska, working with Alkarssifi, put together Lebanese Archives, a book of these photographs.