The two photographs are manually torn and glued together to make one portrait. No Photoshop.
View more work on his site: http://www.bobbyneeladams.com/
This installation includes tracking devices and low-resolution LED displays which is capable of showing different visualisations based on the presence and movement of people.
Breeze Reflection by the French artist Djeff.
The bag is part of a set of exhibition pieces from Adam Harvey.
When the bag senses a flash it will send out a brighter flash to blind the camera.
It was originally part of a project but now he’s applying for a patent.
Other exhibitions include:
Pixel Averages – an exhibition of pixel-averaged images created by using an processing technique that calculates the average sum of pixels in a group of images.
Spam, Porn and Art – an exhibition of digital art that reclaims subject lines of spam emails by mapping them into large-scale pornographic forms using algorithms.
Take 5 minutes to have a look at his work.
Balcon II, 2001 by Philippe Ramette in Hong Kong
Tim Walker for Hermes Spring Catalogue of 2009
San Franciso artist Josh Zubkoff has created a mural to LOLcats on the side of a building. I’d love to see more memes take on as graffiti.
Troy McClure SF got a great shot of the finished work.
The original “Invisible Bike” image
via Laughing Squid
Confused? LOLcats anthropomorphised with badly spelled captions have spawned LOLspk.
Still Confused…? speak to a Digital Planner.
Expect to seem something similar on TV soon, probably a BMW ad.
It was created using Processing, an open source programming language and environment for people who want to program images, animation, and interactions. Set the player to Fullscreen mode and enjoy.