|From Tentacle Spectacle Dec. 29,2011|
Tentacle Spectacle There's a new picture posted each day. The subtitle is:
And each picture, sometimes three a day, has tentacles."If it involves tentacles in art or nature, it's here."
Myoats.com - this is a site where you can make your own geometric designs. Some of the 'favorites' are very representational and I'm not sure how they did them. A couple, you can see are mirror imaged. The one above I did after trying out a few times and watching the tutorial videos. Go in and try some yourself.
|These are screenshots of 5 dynamic, interactive pieces at newrafael|
Obligations Collector: The Collector shall:If you go to the artwork sites (this is really a collection of websites) be sure to look at all the links along the top of the page. And play with your mouse. Some are definitely interactive, others I wasn't sure about.
- renew the domain, being part of the Artwork, always in time in order to have the Artwork accessible;
- as long as it is technically feasible, keep the website, being part of the Artwork, on-line and accessible to the public;
- always show the Artwork on the latest and most appropriate technologies;
- ask Artist through written consent if the Artwork is to be exhibited in commercial spaces, being any space other than public and art spaces;
- ask Artist through written consent if the Artwork is to be reproduced for purposes other than catalogues and art magazines, such as reproductions for advertisements, movies, photo’s, merchandising etc.; and
- not use the Artwork for the promotion of any services or products of any kind.
Beautiful/Decay - This one is hard to pin down, but I'd say that beauty and decay can be found in most of the posts. It's connected to a publication described on the website:
PublicationThe post that caught my attention was on the best of street art. Perhaps street art, including graffiti, is one of the original 'occupy' movements.
Beautiful/Decay began as a humble, black and white, DIY photocopied ‘zine while founder Amir H. Fallah was just 16. Over time, the publication grew into a full color, internationally distributed magazine. Today, Beautiful/Decay takes the form of a limited edition, hand numbered, advertising free art book series. Though Beautiful/Decay has grown into an internationally recognized design-driven lifestyle brand, the publication still carries that same youthful sense of rebellion and experimentation that influenced the very first issues.