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Luck and Creativity

Today, I grabbed by DSLR and took some photos of the early spring ground at locations where ‘complexity’ of the certain sort my symmetry-based photographic art is founded upon could be found and captured. The above image is a quickee. … Continue reading

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Thank you Stan Bowman

I did a lot of research on giclee printers, First, I considered northeast Ohio. The most prominent such printer didn’t respond to a web inquiry via their own form. Too bad! There were several others that united around the principal … Continue reading

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Game Memory

All of the assets in the game are made in Blender using free models from 3D Warehouse. The game itself was made in Unity, and runs on a server in The Netherlands. Up to four players can be on the … Continue reading

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Artist’s Way of Flow

The first example is the final version. Second is the original photograph of lilies taken in our backyard, and then follow several versions. Recently, I’ve taken my one year+ experiments in applying symmetry translations to photographs and other sources in … Continue reading

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New URL for Symmetry-Hypotheses

On July 2 I publicized the new Tumblr site for barely washed results from the symmetry section of the visual lab. Soon enough I realized the title of the Tumblr blog and the URL were not in alignment. I cast … Continue reading

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THE VOID (trailer)

“THE VOID” Panoramic interactive projection, 4.0 surround sound Saint-Petersburg, Russia Loft Project Etagi gallery May, 2013 behance.net/gallery/THE-VOID/11871447 Audiovisual installation “Void” is an attempt to visualize the idea of emptiness. Emptiness here is regarded not as an absence of everything, but … Continue reading

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Painting on a Pad

h/t iPad Creative Blog. The IPad Creative Flickr group has lots of wonderful ‘way cool’ creations.

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Glisssssssssendo

Final Soliloquy of the Interior Paramour Light the first light of evening, as in a room In which we rest and, for small reason, think The world imagined is the ultimate good. This is, therefore, the intensest rendezvous. It is … Continue reading

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Stars Raining

The White Diamond is my favorite Herzog movie at the moment. This is not to say it’s his best movie, and certainly I can rattle off a dozen moments from his opus I treasure, yet, this beautifully realized documentary about … Continue reading

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Spirograph and beyond in the 21st Century

Tony Orrico (Youtube channel) also: Leslie Halliwell–>Portfolio–>Spirograph Drawings DIY, or, Random: Dynamic Spirograph at Deviant Art (Flash interface and programming)

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Kinetic Sculpture

Really intriguing creativity to be found at youtube, searching on kinetic sculpture.

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Cluck ‘champ

The Holy Chicken of Life & Music from NOMINT on Vimeo.

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Light Strokes

Artist: Random International Installation at Sadler’s Wells for Wayne McGregor’s production of Far | Random Dance Company Working at the fringes of innovation in science, art and design, rAndom International have developed a series of projects and installations that aim … Continue reading

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Where’s Werner?

Werner Herzog {Wikipedia} Much to my delight, I discovered the series of youtube videos featuring German film director Werner Herzog reading excerpts from children’s books. Probably the full impact of these films is only accessible if one is familiar with … Continue reading

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Animated Evolution

Charles Darwin Towering genius disdains a beaten path. It seeks regions hitherto unexplored. Abraham Lincoln via blublu.org

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Heaven of Hattler

Composition of the Spiritual World (LeSage) 1923 (aka Heaven) is one of two animation loops directed by Max Hattler, inspired by the work of French outsider artist Augustin Lesage (1876-1954). 1923 is based on Lesage’s painting A symbolic Composition of … Continue reading

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Water Music

The Dubai Fountain – Baba Yetu The Dubai Fountain – Bassbor Al Fourgakom The Dubai Fountain – – Bijan Mortazavi (Burj Khalifa Tower, Dubai) hat tip to NETBROS, Metafilter

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Abstract Steel

Anish Kapoor’s London Tower is posed as the centerpiece of not only London’s Olympic Park, but of London itself. From the Guardian.UK, is something about the artist’s inspiration in his own words, Kapoor said one of his references was the … Continue reading

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Weakshot – Caramel

Weakshot Caramel Both these abstract montages use some screen snaps from my Dreamlines experiment, and other materials that include an old photo of me and a bud from a long time ago, used in Weak Shot. Weakshot also uses some … Continue reading

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One of the First Special Effects

GEORGE MELLE A TRIP TO THE MOON (1902)

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