An anatomy book for artists by Franklin Einspruch, rendered for the Web using XML/XSLT. Frustrated by the organization and tone of the art anatomy books currently available, Einspruch wrote his own, with the intention of making one that an artist would actually want to read. (artanatomy.com)
A blog about visual art from the standpoint of a practitioner, Artblog.net strives to cover the art world with an independent, spirited voice and offer a glimpse into the artist's life. Artblog.net has been mentioned in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Observer, and Art & Auction Magazine, and was named Best Local Website by the Miami New Times in 2005. The content management system was built by the author from scratch, and a section of publications seeks to develop new formats for art writing. (artblog.net)
Drawww provides support for site development using PHP and MySQL and built the clean, functional, content-driven design. A script generates the pages for current, future, and past exhibitions dynamically so that the site never goes out of date. (dorschgallery.com)
The personal site of the proprietor, including his fine art and published writings. A database drives the online image gallery, thumbnails generate automatically for new images, and the CV has areas that update as soon as the corresponding pages on the site are updated. (einspruch.com)
International Zen Institute of Florida
Drawww designed a site for Miami's main Zen Buddhist organization using a spacious, spare aesthetic. (izif.org)
Franklin Einspruch was invited to do a four-week artist residency at Stock 20 in Taichung, Taiwan, in December 2005. He produced a body of drawings depicting life in the city, using brush and ink, and a style that invokes both Eastern and Western approaches. (taichungdiary.com)
The Moon Fell On Me
Because sometimes it just does. (themoonfellonme.com)
Walter Darby Bannard Archive
An online archive of writings by and about Walter Darby Bannard, painter, writer, and teacher. (wdbannard.com)
can drawww do something for you?
Drawww is interested in projects that combine art and technology, and generally make the world a better place. If that describes yours, Franklin would like to hear about it.
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