Art Tutorials & How-Tos

Posted by Aaron Lee on May 21, 2021

How to Find and Remove Duplicates in Google Sheets

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Posted by William Stanton on May 9, 2021

How to Tell If Someone Read Your GroupMe Message?

Posted by Lee Stanton on April 20, 2021

How to Open Multiple Files in VS Code

How to Find Friends in a Specific City in Facebook
Posted by Jessie Richardson on April 11, 2021

How to Find Friends in a Specific City in Facebook

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Posted by William Stanton on March 27, 2021

How to Vector an Existing Image (2021)

Posted by Lee Stanton on February 17, 2021

How to Play Ranked in Valorant

Posted by Lee Stanton on January 24, 2021

How To Change Clothes in

Posted by Lee Stanton on January 6, 2021

VS Code – How to Open File in New Tab

Posted by Lee Stanton on December 31, 2020

How to Add Shadows to Text in GIMP

Posted by Lee Stanton on December 22, 2020

How to Enable Bits on Twitch

Posted by Lee Stanton on December 11, 2020

How to Make Emojis in Slack

Posted by Lee Stanton on December 3, 2020

How to Make a Map for Minecraft

How to remove the Grid Lines in Google Sheets
Posted by Lee Stanton on July 29, 2020

How to Remove the Grid Lines in Google Sheets

How to Lock a Row in Google Sheets
Posted by Lee Stanton on July 29, 2020

How to Lock a Row in Google Sheets

How to Tell What Version Windows You Are Running
Posted by Lee Stanton on June 22, 2020

How to Tell What Version Windows You Are Running

How to Delete a Microsoft Account
Posted by Lee Stanton on June 17, 2020

How to Delete a Microsoft Account

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Posted by Emma Sims on December 11, 2018

This film costs $1 million to buy on Amazon

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Posted by Tom Bedford on October 26, 2018

This AI sold its own painting for a whopping £337,000

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Posted by Alan Martin on October 23, 2018

Frankenstein, AI and humanity’s love of fearing technology

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Posted by Nicole Kobie on July 31, 2018

The artists trolling tech to poke holes in the future

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Posted by Thomas McMullan on May 31, 2018

Touching exhibition uses the power of tech to probe the isolating impact of dementia

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Posted by Thomas McMullan on April 5, 2018

These 3D-printed sculptures playfully explore the heart’s complex beauty

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Posted by Thomas McMullan on March 8, 2018

Journey through human flesh or save Marina Abramović from drowning in these experimental HTC Vive artworks

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Posted by Thomas McMullan on February 27, 2018

Detective game “Beckett” is a disturbing, Dadaist trip that makes you question reality

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Posted by Thomas McMullan on February 26, 2018

Cities and Memory lets you visit anywhere on Earth and listen to local sounds

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Posted by Thomas McMullan on February 19, 2018

Using wearables to light up the politics of Manchester

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Posted by Thomas McMullan on February 16, 2018

Study reveals hidden painting beneath a Picasso masterpiece

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Posted by Vaughn Highfield on February 2, 2018

Someone’s just solved a three-year-old £40,000 Bitcoin puzzle

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Posted by Thomas McMullan on January 31, 2018

Breathe is a smartphone ghost story that knows where you live

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Posted by Peter Ray Allison on January 30, 2018

How video games like The Witcher are saving Slavic folklore

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Posted by Thomas McMullan on January 24, 2018

What I learned playing a video game live in a concert hall

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Posted by Alex Lee on January 19, 2018

Someone’s recreated MS Paint 95 in JavaScript and it is amazing – our art isn’t

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Posted by William Stanton on January 15, 2018

How to download Google Art Selfie tool in UK: Google finally lets you compare your selfies to art

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Posted by Thomas McMullan on December 18, 2017

Beyond Pornhub: The sex rebels reclaiming adult film

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Posted by Alex Lee on November 21, 2017

Art-ificial intelligence can spot a forged painting from just one brush stroke

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Posted by Thomas McMullan on November 8, 2017

Chris Riddell on satire in the internet age of Trump and Brexit: “We’re very fortunate to have so much material to work with”

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Posted by Thomas McMullan on October 30, 2017

Watching an AI create fake celebrity faces is nightmare fuel

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Posted by Thomas McMullan on October 27, 2017

The Glass Room: Uncover the secrets of your online life in Mozilla’s new exhibition

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Posted by Thomas McMullan on October 27, 2017

Sim cities: How can you encourage people to play in the real world?

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Posted by Thomas McMullan on October 3, 2017

Behold! The pulpy beauty of retro sci-fi book covers

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Posted by Thomas McMullan on October 3, 2017

District 9’s Neill Blomkamp on science fiction, AI and his problem with Marvel

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Posted by Thomas McMullan on October 3, 2017

Artist “vandalises” Snapchat and Jeff Koon’s AR sculpture

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Posted by Alan Martin on October 1, 2017

Margaret Atwood on Trump: “You don’t write these things hoping they become more relevant”

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Posted by Thomas McMullan on September 22, 2017

Maths as an emotional journey: How Marcus du Sautoy is using music to highlight the beauty of numbers

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Posted by Thomas McMullan on September 22, 2017

Jazz meets voyeurism in Cosmo D’s phantasmagorical The Norwood Suite

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Posted by Thomas McMullan on September 19, 2017

Welcome to the digital arts festival that’s literally underground

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Posted by Abigail Beall on September 13, 2017

The world’s first conductor robot has taken to the stage

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Posted by Thomas McMullan on September 11, 2017

Simon Rattle exhibition turns the master conductor into a handful of dots

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Posted by Thomas McMullan on September 6, 2017

An off-grid festival wants you to experience true darkness

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Posted by Thomas McMullan on September 4, 2017

How one woman became a human Amazon Echo in the name of art