public marks

PUBLIC MARKS with tag museum

February 2005


by sbrothier
Yummy ! terrible collection !

Coudal Partners

by sbrothier & 9 others
Jim Coudal runs Coudal Partners, a design firm in Chicago. They work for companies and they build companies, like Jewelboxing and The Show, and their studio site is a real productivity sucker.

January 2005

Second Story Interactive Studios

by sbrothier & 6 others
Elevating the art of story telling Second story creates informative and entertaining interactive experiences for the web, kiosks and multimedia installations.

American Sign Museum

by sbrothier & 1 other
The American Sign Museum was founded to inform and educate the general public as well as business and special interest groups of the history of the sign industry and its significant contribution to commerce and the American landscape

December 2004

Palais de Tokyo

by sbrothier & 4 others
Site de la création Contemporaine

Christus Rex et Redemptor Mundi

by sbrothier
CHRISTUS REX, INC. is a a private, non-profit organization dedicated to the dissemination of information on works of art preserved in churches, cathedrals and monasteries all over the world. We intend to assemble a collection of images that will constitute a visual representation of the Bible, ad maiorem gloriam Dei! (for the greater glory of God!) We are in the process of building the data base for a world wide tour of churches and monasteries, comprising in excess of 10,000 images.

MoMA | The Museum of Modern Art

by sbrothier & 16 others
Founded in 1929 in order to help people understand and enjoy the visual arts of our time, The Museum of Modern Art in New York City was the world's first museum dedicated to the education and enjoyment of modern art. MoMA's rich and varied collection constitutes one of the most comprehensive and panoramic views into modern art in the world, and has grown to include over 135,000 paintings, prints, photographs, drawings, sculptures, films, and design objects. The Museum also maintains an active schedule of exhibitions highlighting significant recent developments in the modern visual arts and new interpretations of major modern artists and art historical movements.