Posts tagged Art

Armenian photographer David Galstyan’s images of moving subjects with slow motion capture are amazing.

I played around with this technique a few years back but the grace of Galstyan’s images makes me want to dip my toes in those waters again.

Wreckless WillieWreckless Willie by zach.wise, on Flickr

Wreckless WillieWreckless Willie by zach.wise, on Flickr

Now this is what I call an art installation. Love it! (via RedBall Project Takes Interactive Urban Art on Tour | WebUrbanist)

Now this is what I call an art installation. Love it! (via RedBall Project Takes Interactive Urban Art on Tour | WebUrbanist)

Bridges : clementvalla

The satellite imagery used in Google Earth is captured in 2D. The terrain that it covers is rendered in 3D. Sometimes those disparate layers don’t line up, and sometimes those results can be quite compelling. Artist Clement Valla has collected some of the most striking examples in an online gallery called “Postcards from Google Earth, Bridges (via engadget)

Bridges : clementvalla

The satellite imagery used in Google Earth is captured in 2D. The terrain that it covers is rendered in 3D. Sometimes those disparate layers don’t line up, and sometimes those results can be quite compelling. Artist Clement Valla has collected some of the most striking examples in an online gallery called “Postcards from Google Earth, Bridges (via engadget)