Noell S. Oszvald – Thoughts

Noell S. Oszvald website

Photography ⋅ October 10, 2015

The 3D Revolution – Z manifesto

Since the 20th century, the screen has imposed an “analogous to paper” way of thinking, which is flat and restricted to the limits of a rectangle. The way we conceived information, media and especially web interfaces, has also remained flat, restricted and sometimes frozen.

Uncategorized ⋅ September 23, 2015

Grant Haffner- Endless Freedom of the Open Road

Born in 1978, Grant Haffner has been a resident of Long Island’s East End for most of his life. His images are inspired by and reflect the country roads, flat landscapes and surrounding water that he takes in as he travels the area in his pickup truck. His signature motif of utility poles with power

Contemporary art ⋅ September 12, 2015

Géza Lóczi – Recall

Géza Lóczi is a Hungarian American car designer, Director of Design at Volvo Monitoring Concept Center (VMCC in Camarillo, California). He started drawing cars at the age of nine.

Cars And Motorcycles ⋅ August 26, 2015

Georg von Welling – The Magic and Myth of Alchemy

Georg von Welling (1652–1727) was a Bavarian alchemical and theosophical writer, known for his 1719 work – Opus mago-cabalisticum et theologicum : vom Uhrsprung und Erzeugung des Saltzes, dessen Natur und Eigenschafft, wie auch dessen Nutz und Gebrauch …” (1719), published under the pseudonym Gregorius Anglus Sallwigt. By profession he worked in the mining industry, becoming Director

Astronomy ⋅ August 10, 2015

Journey – relentlessly beautiful

Journey is an indie video game developed by Thatgamecompany for the PlayStation 3. It was released on March 13, 2012, via the PlayStation Network.

Blog ⋅ August 2, 2015

Eric G. Wilson – Generative Melancholy

Against Happiness: In Praise of Melancholy is a nonfiction book by Eric G. Wilson that examines the benefits of being sad.

Books ⋅ July 19, 2015

Ash Thorp – user interface

Ash Thorp is a graphic designer, illustrator, artist, and creative director for a multitude of media, including feature films, commercial enterprises, and print.

Algorithmic art ⋅ July 18, 2015

CRISTIAN BOIAN – Abiogenesis

Before becoming a digital artist, Cristian Boian was a carpenter in his village to Curtea de Arges, Romania. The charm of wood fiber material, the metal grains, the shapes of the reflections on glass and plastics are found in the fact its elaborate digital graphics. But the form of mathematical functions. Cristian Boian website

Artists ⋅ July 16, 2015

Yuri Shwedoff – post-apocalyptic art

Was born in 1991. In 2008 graduated from the painting department of the Moscow Academic Art Lyceum of the Russian Academy of Arts. In 2008, nominated for the Medal of the Russian Academy of Fine Arts for a series of works “Suzdal.” Currently graduated Moscow State Academic Art University Surikov. Member of Moscow Union of

Artists ⋅ June 24, 2015

Walter Russell – Solar

Walter Bowman Russell (May 19, 1871 – May 19, 1963) was an American polymath known for his achievements as a painter, sculptor,

Artists ⋅ June 16, 2015

David Palladini – The Aquarian Tarot Deck

The Aquarian Tarot Deck was first published by Morgan Press in 1970. It is now printed by AG Müller and distributed by U.S. Games Systems, Inc., a major North American tarot deck distributor. The deck was created and illustrated by David Palladini. Palladini combined the symbols of the traditional Tarot with more modern, updated images

Artists ⋅ June 14, 2015

Eadweard Muybridge – Locomotions

Eadweard Muybridge (9 April 1830 – 8 May 1904, born Edward James Muggeridge) was an English photographer important for his pioneering work in photographic studies of motion, and early work in motion-picture projection. He adopted the name Eadweard Muybridge, believing it to be the original Anglo-Saxon form of his name. At age 20, he immigrated to

Blog ⋅ May 23, 2015

Asa Smith’s Illustrated Astronomy – Eclipses

Smith’s illustrated astronomy, designed for the use of the public or common schools in the United States. Illustrated with numerous original diagrams. By Asa Smith, Principal of Public School No. 12, City of New York. Fifth edition. New York: Cady & Burgess, 60 John Street. 1850. Smith’s Illustrated astronomy

Uncategorized ⋅ May 12, 2015

Katsuhiro Otomo – Akira

Katsuhiro Otomo ( born April 14, 1954) is a Japanese manga artist, screenwriter and film director. He is best known as the creator of the manga Akira and its animated film adaptation.

Uncategorized ⋅ May 2, 2015

Peter Milton – Safe distance

Peter Milton is a major force in the printmaking world. Using etching and engraving techniques, Milton often spends a year or more to create his large and complex images. At Yale University under Josef Albers, Milton developed a concern less for the surface appearance of objects, but rather for the explication of their underlying, substantive

Contemporary art ⋅ April 19, 2015

Dan Mcpharlin – Land of the Sleeping Things

Future past or past future Beneath their floating space galleons, men shelter from sickening skies and exploding suns. They dare not breathe the air nor touch the soil. Instead they view these desolate vistas through apertures in their visors and helmets. There are secrets in these strange places, but none they will ever fully understand.

Art for music ⋅ April 6, 2015

Charles Sheeler – Structures

Charles Sheeler (July 16, 1883 – May 7, 1965) was an American painter and commercial photographer. He is recognized as one of the founders of American modernism and one of the master photographers of the 20th century.

Uncategorized ⋅ April 5, 2015

Ray Morimura – Unnatural Perspectives

Morimura was born in Tokyo. He graduated from Tokyo Gakugei University. He began his career as a painter using abstract, geometric forms. Later he turned to woodblock printmaking. The use of geometric forms can still be found in the artist’s print designs. A typical edition size for Ray Morimura prints is 60. Ray Morimura currently works as an

Artists ⋅ March 11, 2015