Archive for the Digital Art Category

YouTube Monster Movie

Posted in Digital Art, video, Visual Arts, YOUTUBE with tags , on May 22, 2009 by smorkpress

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Pretty clever.
cann’t wait to see more different monster

Magazine manipulators

Posted in art, Digital Art with tags on May 19, 2009 by smorkpress

Make Word Mosaic

Posted in Digital Art, Generator, Uncategorized with tags , on May 18, 2009 by smorkpress

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Alison Jackson has photographed the Queen of England on the toile

Posted in Digital Art, Photography with tags , , , on May 12, 2009 by smorkpress

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Photographs the people you think you recognize doing what you really want to see. And in the process, she’s questioning our shared desire to get personal with celebrity culture.
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Hand-stitched images

Posted in art, Digital Art with tags , on May 12, 2009 by smorkpress

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melbourne artist michelle hamer creates art using the uncommon material of needle point. since 2003,
she has been creating hand-stitched images using thread and perforated plastic sheets. she began
this practice after being house bound for seven years due to illness. her work focuses on informative
imagery and draws a comparison between needlepoint and digital imaging

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iHockney: Artist David uses his Apple phone to paint mini masterpieces

Posted in Digital Art, Uncategorized with tags , , on May 10, 2009 by smorkpress

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English painter David Hockney, who is considered one of the most influential British artists of the twentieth century, has had his iPhone for only four months, but he has already turned it into a hi-tech canvas.


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Chris Jordan’s Wave Illustrates Ocean Garbage

Posted in art, Digital Art with tags on May 2, 2009 by smorkpress

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Photographic artist Chris Jordan never ceases to amaze us with his clever pieces that allow people to “see” concepts that are often difficult to visualize. We submit for your viewing pleasure, his latest work, Gyre. Look familiar? The 8′ x 11′ triptych is based on the famous Japanese painting, “The Great Wave off Kanagawa” by Hokusai. Instead of paint, the colors are composed of 2.4 million pieces of plastic

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