Midget & Giant

February 15th, 2011

Midget & Giant by Ryuji Nakamura is a very witty webcam idea.

found at triangulation blog


February 9th, 2011

BNPJ.exe is an exhibition that you can download. It’s actually a piece of software created by Jon Rafman and Tabor Robak, for the Extra Extra Gallery. You can explore a 3d game-like environment which is textured with classic paintings. It’s not that easy to get from one “level” to another, especially the first one is quite hard. In the end I got stuck on the bottom of a well. How far did you get?
Don’t be mislead by the name of this piece, there’s a mac download available too.

found at PAINTED, ECT


December 23rd, 2010

RE: is an audiovisual installation by Bram Snijders and Carolien Teunisse. It’s a video projection on a 3D object, I know you’ve probably seen a lot of those lately, but this one is different. Here, the projector projects on itself with the help of a few mirrors.

The Flock Series

December 6th, 2010

The Flock Series by Adam Neate aren’t really paintings, but something like 3D collages. I really like them.

found at trendland

Katsumi Hayakawa

November 19th, 2010

I don’t even know how to describe these 3D paper artworks made by Katsumi Hayakawa.

found at triangulation blog


October 25th, 2010

Extremity by Emilio Gomariz.


September 29th, 2010

Atrophy is project by Mitch Trale where he added some spaced out textures to rotating 3D objects.

iPad Light Drawing – Making Future Magic

September 14th, 2010

Dentsu London, a creative communications agency, collaborated with BERG to visualize their “Making Future Magic” strategy in a movie. They decided to make a stop motion animation with light drawings made with an iPad. The result is amazing! At the beginning they explain the process, but the real video starts at 1:40.

Some tests.


July 27th, 2010

Crystallization is the title of Iris van Herpen her Spring Summer 2011 collection. One of the pieces was a collaboration with the architect Daniel Widrig. This is not the first piece of clothing made with a rapid prototyping technique, but maybe one with the most complex shape. It was printed in 3D by .MGX.

found at notcot

Graffiti Analysis 3.0 Preview

July 21st, 2010

This is a guest post by Evan Roth.

Graffiti Analysis 3.0…. coming this summer to a browser near you.

Happy 5th birthday Today and Tomorrow!