Very cool idea and visuals.
Beautiful oily video computer graphic world. Love the shiny colour surface of the phone and the gold computer scene.
I was messing about with Mrdoob’s Delaunay Painter that lets you upload an image and “triangulate” it. I tried it on some of my own works with mixed results. Seems to work best with images that have larger areas of colour and less detail. This is the cover of a hairstyle magazine that I picked up some time ago. I absolutely love the image of the cover as it is, but I quite like the triangulated look on the right.
I rather like this work by Jonathan Gillie. The Kandinsky like composition just seems to work really nicely. It reminds me of a series of works by Brandon Blommaert of geometric shapes changing colour and form to sound.
There are some really fascinating images produced by processing, admittedly the quality varies considerably and it would be better if artists could be a bit more selective about what they put up, but then maybe I’m missing the point. I thought these two images by Adam Ferriss were visually stimulating. Then the next image by Diana Lange is also interesting because it looks so sculptural. I chose this one above her other work because it is enhanced by its abstraction – I find broken broken or incomplete imagery more appealing as it appears more organic, less processed, more irregular – more visually stimulating.
I will be putting gif art, glitch art and digital generative art, or art produced via processing, up on this blog from time to time. It has become such a rich and fertile ground for producing images. Fantastic combinations of RGB colours, distortions, 3 dimensions, movement and transparency – not to mention sound and interaction. So, here are a few beautiful images that have been produced by Kim Asendorf.
This is the work of Lauren Pelc-McArthur. Really exciting digital art work that blows the mind with its colour and space. Her site is: http://cargocollective.com/laurenpm