- the festival of lights curated by ADAF is on display until 7th January.
Athens Digital Arts Festival (ADAF), undertook the art direction and curated the luminous interactive installations at Stavros Niarchos Park of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center, in Athens. The Stavros Niarchos Park is full of light and sounds, through a series … Continue reading →
- a new project financed by EU will realize 10 pop-up exhibitions of cultural heritage across Europe!
REvivEU is a project financed by the EU in the framework of the European Year of Cultural Heritage. The objective is to realize a series of pop-up exhibitions across 2019 in various European cities, to celebrate the diversity of European … Continue reading →
Topic: graphic design
The work of Hal Lasko (98-years-old) shows that no matter how many innovative, artistic programmes are created for computer-based artwork, sometimes going back to basics really can get an artist some recognition. After all, a software as basic as MS Paint surely shows an artist’s natural ability and talent to make something incredible out of something so average, more than a software with hundreds of different effects and buttons to mask up a less-able artist. Continue reading
Blurring the gap between digital art and traditional art: the integration of traditional art forms with digitally created artwork at the Pacific Art League exhibition demonstrates that rather than digital art being seen as a separate or lesser entity to fine art, it may actually become accepted as a standard art form in the future. Continue reading
Each poster was designed by a different illustrator with the intention of combining traditional African art influences and patterns with the iconic images associated with racing posters. The posters also mark the huge importance of digital art and design in the world of advertising, as vintage racing posters usually comprise of a simple black and white photo and the smiling faces of car owners. Continue reading
Not only has the digital artwork used in digitally published comics become dynamic and 3D, but the new format used to create them will allow readers to manipulate and decide the outcome of the story. With the debut of the DC2 format, readers will be able to choose from a selection of different paths the story can take. Continue reading
Somerset House has just launched this year’s ‘Pick Me Up‘ exhibition in London, giving those interested in digital art and design the opportunity to buy art pieces at more affordable prices. This year the instalment includes interactive exhibitions using computer … Continue reading
“As a graphic artist I find it great fun and very inspiring to experiment with new media and techniques”, Evert says. “In the art school that I attended, tutors did not particularly like my work, because I was always balancing on the razor thin edge between art and applied graphical media…. You can call my graphic work “applied”, and you can call it “art” if you so wish.” Continue reading
Virtual sculptures forged into the intangible substance of bits; three-dimensional models made of calculation and imagination, realistically lighted in complex and detailed rendering. His objects don’t exist but are full of life and force, coming from twisting and sharp prickles: they are need for protection, never for attack. But their defence could be deadly. Continue reading
Rena De Beer’s artistic dedication focuses on the correlation of visual and written information in the digital world concentrating on the entertainment industry. Rena De Beer lives and works in Los Angeles. She integrates the creative mind with modern technology. Continue reading
(Italian language) Come il web e Facebook stanno cambiando le nostre esistenze, il mondo e anche Pietrasanta*? Come cambia il nostro modo di abitare e lavorare? Come stanno evolvendo e reinventandosi l’estetica e il pensiero e perché un luogo fisicamente … Continue reading