Using only the 140 characters allowed in a single tweet, what kind of art can be generated by a programmer who understands the drawing commands used by tweetndraw? Any tweets published with the #tweetndraw hashtag will be displayed in the tweetndraw gallery. All proceeds from this project will benefit high school art departments. Check It […]
I’m hypnotized by Abbey Ryan’s videos documenting how she paints one painting every day and then sells it on eBay.
Alex Dragulescu is a Romanian visual artist. He does a wide variety of visual interpretations of information taken from all sorts of databases. Take a look at his spam plants beautiful images created from the ASCII values found in the text of spam messages.
Browse through Judith Fegerl’s work and you will find a subtle interaction with her viewer and the human element. Not only are her installations beautiful, simple, and elegant – but alive and sensual on their own. I particularly love her Tension Object, a ceramic sphere covered in real human hair that pulses to the beat of 120,000 volts of electricity.
Jared Tarbell does not claim to be an artist. He is a programmer. Next to each of his works is not a date on which the work was made, it is the date of its processing. Besides all of these facts, one look at Jared’s collection at his Gallery of Computation will reveal that Jared […]
So brilliantly simple! This is an artist after my own heart. Check out the press release for Michael French’s Wrathmaster 3000.
There’s some very cool projects going on over at Jamungo. I love the Sqwerts.
My friend Julia has been awfully busy. She just introduced me to her Peony Knits blog, and she has some truly beautiful work to show off.
The MoMA is showcasing a tribute to Pixar from December 14th to February 6th. With over 500 works of original art from Pixar, this is “the most extensive gallery exhibition that MoMA has ever devoted to the genre.”
Found some more net art up at Turbulence.