Mauritian Sunset

September 18th, 2008

‘Mauritian Sunset’ by Sandy Smith.

\'Mauritian Sunset\' by Sandy Smith

\'Mauritian Sunset\' by Sandy Smith

24 Responses to “Mauritian Sunset”

  1. Philipp Steinweber / blog and portfolio » Mauritian Sunset Says:

    [...] from Sandy Smith More of her Computer Installations. via today and tomorrow [...]

  2. Caught My Eye Says:

    [...] Today and Tomorrow – Mauritian Sunset (video art) Architectonic technology {via <a href="http://swissmiss.typepad.com/weblog/2008/09/mauritian-sunse.html">Swissmiss</a&gt;} (tags: art design) [...]

  3. Designverb - Sandy Smith: Mauritian Sunset Says:

    [...] via TodayandTommorrow [...]

  4. GRK BLOG/ZINE » Blog Archive » Mauritian Sunset Says:

    [...] ‘Mauritian Sunset’ by Sandy Smith. [...]

  5. Dennis Says:

    I see dead pixels :)

  6. w3sh magazine » Mur de couleurs par Sandy Smith Says:

    [...] Via TodayAndTomorrow [...]

  7. moses Says:

    Cool pictures

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  9. “Got Force?” Says:

    [...] The computer wall. [...]

  10. mon bureau | jaiunblog.com | j'ai un blog Says:

    [...] Mauritian Sunset – today and tomorrow Tags: installation, pc           0 vote [...]

  11. alex Says:

    original

  12. Süßes zum Wochenende Says:

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  13. Un mur d’ordinateur en couleur (2 photos) Says:

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  15. Weekend Links September 27 | CoolBoom Says:

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  16. Down Comforter Says:

    is it science or art
    amazing though

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  18. Sandy Smith | Hip.Young.Thing. Says:

    [...] Mauritian Sunset is an installation by artist Sandy Smith. I love the juxtaposition between serenity and chaos. (via Today and Tomorrow) [...]

  19. Final brief/ New Links « Says:

    [...] typefaces Hand-made fonts Projects by Shaz Madani: 1, 2. Tribute to Milton Glaser Mauritian Sunset Theft-proof lunch bag Hand-drawn [...]

  20. Rebecca Says:

    I couldn’t believe this when I saw this. No doubt it is beautiful, but it is a complete rip off of two of my favourite artists. Firstly, David Batchelor, who in about 1996 (?) made a series of works called Brick Lane remix, that are shown in exactly the same way as this work. His work is about the “new colour” that has become everyday occurance in the city and secondly, Spencer Finch, who’s work is about reproducing naturally occuring colour. In this case, a sunset. I can’t believe that someone would be so brazen.

  21. Graphic Design Criticism (1) « Communication Design: Type Says:

    [...] typefaces Hand-made fonts Projects by Shaz Madani: 1, 2. Tribute to Milton Glaser Mauritian Sunset Theft-proof lunch bag Hand-drawn typography [...]

  22. Crepúsculo Mauritano | helvetica Says:

    [...] swissmiss & “today and tomorrow“ [...]

  23. Blaine Says:

    Nearly every artist draws upon other artists…Spencer Fitch hardly has the market on “naturally occuring color”, and Brick Lane remix looks nothing at all like this..

  24. atomed Says:

    now that´s energy saving

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