Our Favorite Photos from #SkillshareInstaWalk
Last week, we hosted a series of InstaWalks – inspiring photography adventures in some of our favorite cities around the world! Skillsharers had a blast connecting with other photographers to exchange photography tips all while capturing their city’s unique vibe. Here’s a roundup of some of our favorite photos from the #SkillshareInstaWalk.
Five Questions with Peter Mendelsund
Peter Mendelsund’s name might not ring a bell, but if you’re a book lover, his witty and visually arresting covers have definitely caught your eye. Mendelsund has managed to create some of the most recognizable and celebrated book covers in the world, such as Stieg Larsson’s “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo,” James Gleick’s “The Information,” and James Salter’s “All That Is” to name a few.
Susan Orlean’s AMA: The 10 Best Questions and Answers
Last week, acclaimed journalist and Skillshare teacher Susan Orlean gave her students a special opportunity to ask her anything. Questions ranged from writing and teaching to stories she’s saving for a rainy day. Fellow Skillshare teacher Grace Bello even jumped in with a question!
Illustrate Fashion Scenes with Katie Rodgers
Summer may be coming to an end, but New York Fashion Week has just begun! Recreate your favorite fashion scenes with Katie Rodgers, the artist behind the colorful and whimsical pieces from Paper Fashion. Rodgers began painting in watercolors at the age of seven and has turned her love for fashion illustration into a full-time career.
Eight Things We Learned About Susan Orlean
Susan Orlean has written about almost everything. In addition to being a staff writer for the New Yorker for more than two decades, she has contributed articles to globally recognized magazines such as Vogue and Esquire and has published eight nonfiction books, including The Orchid Thief and Rin Tin Tin.
Create Imaginative Animations with PES
Today, PES is launching his first online class at Skillshare, “Short Films: Tell Stories With Stop Motion,” and we couldn’t be more excited. We’ve pulled together some of our favorite Pes films for your enjoyment and inspiration. You’ll never look at household objects the same way again!