Monthly Archives: November 2013

Evidencing The Digital

Photographer Alexander Khokhlov and make-up artist Valeriya Kutsan have come up with a project to transform models faces into 2D images along with Veronica Ershova who had led the process of retouching and post-production. Paul Levinson  emphasised the ability of photography to capture or reflect “a literal … Continue reading

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Absurdly Cool: The Great Attractor’s Bouncing Ball

On July 13, 1977, New York went completely dark for two days after a few bolts of lightning brought down the power grid supplying the city with electricity…or so they want you to believe. They being the Men in Black, … Continue reading

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Andrew Huang: Blue Screen As An Artform

Director and self-professed visual effects lover Andrew Huang fuses his early passion for arts and crafts with his formal schooling in art to make whimsical music videos and short films that have charmed judges at festivals around the world. Gravitating … Continue reading

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Alien Creatures: Anthony Howe And His Kinetic Wind Sculptures

American artist Anthony Howe gives massive kinetic wind sculptures that resemble alien creatures movement by the breath of the wind. To develop his pieces, Howe begins first with 3D computer-aided designs which he then cuts out of metal with the … Continue reading

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Three Suns

An optical illusion causes the appearance of ‘triple suns’. This rare celestial illusion of  “triple suns”  was recently captured above Chifeng in the Inner Mongolia region in the north of China A rare illusion of what looks like three separate suns, … Continue reading

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