How amazingly awesome are these? For her Masters in Graphic Design thesis project at New England School of Art and Design, Emily Roose created these cross stitch scenes taking content from breaking news stories. Calling the set Slow Breaking News, each one took her 25 hours to make. Her aim? To juxtapose the fast nature of news with the slow nature of cross stitching. "I wanted to see how this transference of medium affects the message of these stories… Continue
After seeing how tilt-shift photography could make real world scenes appear like miniature models, Serena Malyon, a third-year art student, decided to simulate the effect on Van Gogh's famous paintings. Using Photoshop, she manipulated the light and adjusted the focus to make us see these paintings in ways we could have never imagined.
Chile-based ad agency Lobo created this clever ad for Panasonic's 3D TV. Editors at CNET named the Panasonic VIERA 3D plasma HDTV the “Best of Show” and “Best in Television” at the Consumer Electronics Show back in January.
The Panasonic Full HD 3D technology pushes 1080p to each eye, making use of active shutter glasses which sync up with the HDTV via… Continue
Nothing gets me more excited than seeing creative ideas rise to the top and get the recognition it deserves. The Guggenheim Museum and YouTube must love this too because they've partnered up to discover new talent.
"The project, called YouTube Play and conceived as a biennial event, is intended to discover innovative work from unexpected sources. It is open even to entrants who don’t consider themselves artists, and actively encourages the participation of… Continue
Added by alice on June 14, 2010 at 11:30am —
Just how do you visualize an idea getting destroyed? If you are artist Scott Campbell, you create an interesting series of paintings where you draw upon stories we're all familiar with. While I'm sure those at the creative agencies will appreciate these the most, who hasn't felt frustrated over an idea that never came to fruition?
What's amazing about these photos is that they were created in real-time, between the opening and closing of a shutter, with no computer digitization. Performers are equipped with specially developed lights which are picked up by camera sensors. Light art performance photography (LAPP) is evolving quickly and has become a new form of art. Here are some of the… Continue
Added by Eugene on September 30, 2008 at 10:00am —
Opening reception for both exhibits on Saturday, August 2: 7pm-10:30pm
The Black Maria Gallery is opening two very interesting exhibits this weekend. Both exhibits run from August 2nd through August 12th.
Get the Lead Out - features artist sketches, pen & ink drawings, watercolor and some sculpture. “Great art comes from deep in the depths of one’s imagination. This exhibition is about showcasing those ‘deep… Continue
Added by Eugene on July 31, 2008 at 11:00am —