Tag: digital art

Sep 5, 2013

Artist Uses Modern Techniques to Preserve a Traditional Chinese Art Form

Artist Uses Modern Techniques to Preserve a Traditional Chinese Art Form

Yang Yongliang is a Chinese artist and photographer from Shanghai. Born in 1980, he studied calligraphy and traditional Chinese landscape painting from an early age until graduating from the China Academy of Fine Art where he now teaches. His bio on White Rabbit summarizes Yongliang’s thoughts adeptly: A longtime student and devotee of shanshui,…

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Aug 19, 2013

15 CGI Artworks That Look Like Photographs

15 CGI Artworks That Look Like Photographs

At the intersection of art and technology you will find the incredible work of CGI artists. These artists are blurring the lines of reality with 3D renderings that look so realistic they are near impossible to distinguish from a photograph. As computer processing power grows exponentially, ground-breaking software is constantly evolving to harness it.…

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Jun 25, 2013

Surreal Photos That Make You Look Twice

Surreal Photos That Make You Look Twice

Erik Johansson is a full-time photographer and retoucher from Sweden, now based in Berlin, Germany. The wildly successful artist does both personal and commission work for big brands around the world. His latest commercial project with Adobe had Erik doing live photoshopping at a modified bus stop. The campaign went viral, with over 15.5…

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Jun 1, 2013

Digital Art Made with Excel Spreadsheets

Digital Art Made with Excel Spreadsheets

Artwork by Tatsuo Horiuchi Believe it or not, the artwork above was made entirely in Microsoft Excel. In fact, you can actually play with the actual Excel documents in this attached zip file. The digital paintings are the work of Tatsuo Horiuchi, a 73-year-old Japanese artist who began experimenting with Excel’s artistic capabilities 13…

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Apr 21, 2013

Picture of the Day: Prisoners of Technology

Picture of the Day: Prisoners of Technology

PRISONERS OF TECHNOLOGY Artwork by Felipe Luchi Artwork by Felipe Luchi In this artwork by Felipe Luchi, we see famous symbols of technology, the mouse and iPhone, imagined as prisons and jailhouses. The artwork was done as a print campaign for Outside’s Go Magazine. It’s an interesting thought about technology…

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