Please check out Brock Davis's new folio in Behance Network.
Sunday, 28 February 2010
Friday, 26 February 2010
Seeper, a London based arts and technology collective, created this architectural projection mapping for the Branchage Film Festival. It is yet another amazing example of mapping. It seems the next step to go in this field is to do more things with sound. The element of sound does not seem to be exploited to its full potential.
Thursday, 25 February 2010
Palnoise is using this technique known as mapping to project video, effects and optical ilusions on a physical objects like buildings, cars, design pieces or ordinary objects. Architecture projection on the facade of El Jardí theater building in Figueres (Spain) to celebrate the inaugural ceremony of Giroscopi Cultural.
Click here for watching in youtube.
Moscow-based art director, designer, and interactive programmer Anatoly Zenkov creates three-dimensional impossibilities in his 2D photo series, Persistent Pyramids. Zenkov created his own application that creates these cubist dreamscapes.
Parsley Steinweiss was born and raised in New York City. She received her B.A. from Sarah Lawrence College and her MFA from SUNY Purchase. She has appeared in a number of exhibitions in New York and L.A., and most recently at the Broadway Gallery, Jen Bekman Gallery and at the New York Slideluck Potshow XIII. She has also been featured in the Humble Arts Foundation’s, The Collector’s Guide to Emerging Art Photography. This year she was a winner of the 2009 First Edition Hey, Hot Shot! competition and of the 2009 International Exhibition of Fine Art Photography competition, juried by Andy Adams. She currently lives and works in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
Yuula Benivolski (born 1980) is a Russian-Jewish artist working predominantly in video, installation and photography. She is currently based in Montreal, Canada. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography from the Ontario College of Art and Design.
Her work has been widely exhibited in Canada and internationally and published in Shameless, Eye Weekly, Cheek Magazine, NOW, Invisible City and MONDO Magazine.Benivolski works with themes of migration, survival and ritualism.
In 2005 she self-published a 42 page zine about her friends' first sexual experiences titled "First Fuck".She frequently collaborates with various artists and musicians, including Helena Kvarnstrom, Zeesy Powers, Xenia Benivolski, The Bruce Peninsula and Timber Timbre.
" A gaggle of MIT inventors are presently working to create a swarm of micro LED-equipped heli-robots that would hover autonomously in the sky and create massive works of floating 3D artwork. The coming apocalypse, it just got prettier! The program, called Flyfire, would sync up hundreds (and thousands?) of tiny helicopter robots to create, say, that mysterious Mona Lisa smile in the dark night air. " from gizmodo
watch the video from here:
"Havel and Ruck created a large funnel-like vortex beginning from the west wall adjacent to Montrose Blvd. The exterior skin of the houses has be peeled off and used to create the narrowing spiral as it progresses eastward through the small central hallway connecting the two buildings and exiting through a small hole into an adjacent courtyard..." from http://www.artleaguehouston.org/InversionPressRelease.htm
see more about the house: