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Mobile Object for Drawing, MOD, Combines Analog and Digital Drawing for Liver Cinema #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

From AliMomeni.net: This is MOD (Mobile Object for Drawing)–a portable instrument for combining analog and digital drawing. MOD is intended for live performance and content creation efforts that mix common analog drawing interfaces (i.e. paper, transparency, pencil, marker) with digital cameras (webcams, scientific imaging cameras, digital magnifiers and microscopes), custom software (for keying, thresholding, looping, […]

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José Lourenço’s Swirling ‘Ice Cream’ Paint Brushes – Our Summertime Swoon #ArtTuesday

These images from José Lourenço are almost as satisfying as a vanilla soft serve with rainbow sprinkles from Mr. Softee. Via designboom. lourenço mixes together a vibrant array of pigments and paints to create subtly swirling color compositions. the vibrant daubs are then heavily dipped onto paint brushes and photographed against both natural and colorful backdrops. […]

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Natura Insects #ArtTuesday

This artist creates amazing floral arrangements that look like insects! Via My Modern Met: In his series, Natura Insects, Montreal-based artist Raku Inoue uses an assortment of freshly-cut blooms to create colorful insect sculptures. Each delicately crafted floral arrangement transforms the earthy creatures into ethereal works of art, exhibiting the artist’s creative use of materials […]

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Using Google Search To Make Street Art #ArtTuesday

Via Ignant Art director and environmental artist Barato found that the popular search engine’s algorithms can generate harmonious and well-structured patterns. By using google search, more precisely the search for images, the artist creates digital minimalist street art that can be found all around europe. Inspired by the work of Rothko and Mondrian, these colorful […]

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A Museum Floats Down the Chicago River #ArtTuesday

via HYPERALLERGIC A river cuts across Chicago, flowing past Bucktown in the north and Chinatown in the south before emptying out into Lake Michigan. More than the lakefront, the Chicago River belongs to the people, reaching neighborhoods outside of the downtown hub and interacting with communities of varying affluence, racial makeup, and distances to the […]

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How to Make Your Own Temporary Tattoos #ArtTuesday

via My Modern Met Love body art but not ready to commit to a permanent piece? If so, you’ve probably experimented with temporary tattoos, washable works of art that last for days once applied to the skin. While impermanent tattoos have their obvious perks, like low costs, versatility, and, of course, zero commitment, their designs don’t come with […]