Art

4 Monkeys by Ali Hossaini

“4Monkeys” is the work of Ali Hossaini (Philosopher),  Yuri Stefanishin (software design) and Patrick Oropeza (composer). It is meant to be a representation of a concept of the “Universal Library”, an imaginary creation of Jorge Luis Borges.  Such a library would hold all knowledge, however mundane, of the universe.  Whatever could be imagined, either in …

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Ken Isaacs

“How To Build Your Own Living Structures” is a manual created by architect Ken Isaacs in 1974.  It provides instructions on building everything from furniture to houses, and even basic vehicles, using commonly available tools and materials.  It’s an DIY, off-gridder, or even preppers dream, and certainly ahead of its time. This quote sums up …

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Jessica Eaton

Jessica Eaton Think these are digital photos skewed within Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator? Think again… Jessica uses brilliant techniques that are analog based, NOT digital. Some of the types of film based techniques include multiple exposures, in-camera masking, color separation filters, and dark slides. She uses 4×5 film sheets, and adeptly manipulates those basic properties …

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Volumes for Sound

This piece, entitled “Volumes for Sound” is more than it might appear in these pictures.  It’s a combination of not only sculpture, but also photography, sounds and live performance. The structures can be configured in numerous ways, as they are modular.  They also have built in sound devices, which is meant to “elicit an architecture …

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Douglas Prince

Photographer Douglas D. Prince claims to have been working on a way to see the world photographically.  With a deep interest in image processing, and how the environment is represented in a tangible form, he utilized photography as way to scan the environment, in hopes to create new perceptions through a combination of subject and …

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BEATS, BITS, ATOMS

BEATS, BITS, ATOMS is a series of projectors created by a collective of media and digital artists  panGenerator, based out of Warsaw, Poland. As you can see on their website, they have a very large variety of projects they’ve undertaken.  They all follow a general rule of “blending bits and atoms”, i.e. taking the ephemeral …

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Adam Ferriss

Digital artist Adam Ferriss has put together these quite stunning works of “Pixel art”, which is a perfect fit for the type of art we share here.  Some of the works are reminiscent of old school icons and other lower resolution graphic art from the early days of the Macintosh. The art was created using …

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Sectionimal

What looks like it could be a scale design for Superman’s Fortress of Solitude is actually a coffee table designed by a Chilean studio gt_2P.  The “parametric” design is just one in a series of similar designs  created with digital modeling algorithms.  It falls under the category of Computer-Knowledge Aided Design, or C-KAD for short. …

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Roman Opalka

Somewhat less modern than we usually feature here, the work of Roman Opalka is just as remarkable in its grand vision as any other we’ve featured.  As some point in the mid-1960’s, in Warsaw, Poland, Mr. Opalka began the process of writing down every number, in order, from 0 to infinity. He would start at …

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Antlers Wifi

Animated pyramid by Rick Silva.  The bubbling and undulating textures are simple yet innovative.  His combination of natural subject matter and digital expression is a unique mix that we like around here. UPDATE: We’ve also featured more of his work here.  You can see it’s also a combination of photography and gifs, an intersection of …

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