Tag: digital art

pQubd – Creativity Unleashed

pQubd is a multi-day celebration of the transformative impact of mobile imagery and digital art forms. This first-of-its-kind gathering illustrates the magnitude and reach of these new media by joining together innovators and influencers ranging from artists, gamers, filmmakers, designers, … Continue reading


Shailja Gupta’s ‘Glimpses’

Indian artist Shailja Gupta recently unveiled her latest digital art project entitled ‘Glimpses- 100 years of Indian Cinema’. The exhibition features portraits of iconic actors throughout the 100 year period and uses Adobe Photoshop to filter, edit and recolour the images, in order to capture the visual vibrance Indian cinema is famous for.
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The Pirate Cinema

This art exhibition is shows a fresh take on exploring internet activity and applying it to digital art, whether the activity be legal or illegal. Continue reading


TEN collection by Fotolia

The TEN collection by Fotolia is a collection of digital art. The project hints at a new, wider market for digital artwork through the targeting of internet downloaders.The project began in 2011 with the idea of making 10 pieces of digital artwork from 10 different countries available in 10 months. Continue reading


Nike’s interactive digital art installation

The art installation “The Art + Science of Natural Motion” uses Microsoft Kinect technology in order to mimic and react to human bodies interacting with the digital screen, which copies the human movement and displays it in brightly coloured light patterns on the screen. Continue reading


Glamour Magazine’s first ever digital art director

Digital art roles are being offered more and more in the press and big-name magazines. Reflects effort to reach digital natives Continue reading


Data scientists now use digital art to humanise data

Digital art is now being used to humanise scientific data in over a number of fields. As IBM’s Alah Keahey put it during a panel, “there is a hunger for friendly data,” and visualization can help to humanize those threatening terabytes. Continue reading


Julie Garner wins the Digital Art Guild award

“Halls of Justice” was exhibited at the San Diego Art Institute’s 52nd International Exhibit which features a huge variety of contemporary artwork. Continue reading


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Gentleman Scholar artists’ QF Radio campaign ‘Anthem’

Gentlemen Scholar are a group of artists with a studio based in Los Angeles. A group of solution driven artists situated at the intersection of story, style and technology. Gentleman Scholar describes the spot, Anthem, as at once an exercise in motion control, a stirring visual representation of radio, and a tribute to the distinct cultural elements of Qatar that the station covers. Continue reading


Michelle Willsmore’s ‘Despair Chair’

Australian artist Michelle Willsmore’s new piece ‘Despair Chair’ was created using a Nokia- N8-00 mobile phone. It is just another example of how new mobile phones are influencing and developing digital art production. In the post production process the artist converted the image into black and white and adjusted the image using the contrast and brightness settings. Michelle is an independent visual artist based in the Adelaide Hills in South Australia since 2006. Continue reading