Kinetic art piece by Benjamin Muzzin creates 3D light sculptures using a flat screen monitor spinning at high speeds.
Benjamin Muzzin: With this project I wanted to explore the notion of the third dimension, with the desire to try to get out of the usual frame of a flat screen. For this, my work mainly consisted in exploring and experimenting a different device for displaying images, trying to give animations volume in space. The resulting machine works with the rotation of two screens placed back to back, creating a three-dimensional animated sequence that can be seen at 360 degrees. Due to the persistence of vision, the shapes that appear on the screen turn into kinetic light sculptures.
Hermoso! A life in film mash-up, 150 films in 3 mins.#movies #cinema #art
Japanese sand art! #ibaraki #chiba #beach
Sand sculptures are becoming increasingly popular in Japan. Kotaku’s Brian Ashcraft assembled a fantastic selection of awesome examples of Japanese sand art created in places like Ibaraki Prefecture and Chiba Prefecture depicting characters from different anime films and series.
Here you see a Laputan robot from Castle in the Sky, Totoro and the Catbus from My Neighbor Totoro, an Ohmu from Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind, No-Face from Spirited Away, and the cast of One Piece.
Head over to Kotaku to view more.
El maravilloso mundo de los vegetales! Broccoli House (di Laser Bread)
#Prototipo - Eidos, la posibilidad (tecnológica) de controlar nuestros sentidos by #RoyalCollegeOfArt #Senses #Art #Sports #Life
Alucinante! D. Westry, el pintor más rápido del mundo! vía @_anapastor #AndersonLive #GotTalent
El artista @HuaTuNan combinando el arte tradicional chino con el street art en la Volvo Art Session - la perfomance del graffiti! cool!
January 8, 1963: Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa is exhibited in the United States for the first time, at the National Gallery of Art.
Left: The entrance to the vault of the National Gallery of Art, where the Mona Lisa is being kept. Right: Members of the press viewing the Mona Lisa in the vault of the National Gallery of Art.
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La huella corporal de Keith Haring —-> El arte de ser uno mismo…