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Nick Gentry creates portraits on obsolete computer disks

As part of a generation that grew up surrounded by cassette tapes, floppy disks and polaroids, British artist Nick Gentry is inspired by the sociological impact of the transience of technology. Compelled to create, Gentry has painted a series of portraits on used computer disks. By working on obsolete computer media, Gentry forces us to . . . → Read More: Nick Gentry creates portraits on obsolete computer disks

An online SLR camera simulator

I can’t be the only one who needs help using SLR cameras… In CameraSim, a virtual online photo simulator, you get to experiment with the settings (aperture, shutter speed, ISO, and lighting), “snap” a photo, and then see what the simulated image will look like. What a great idea!

Click here to try it.

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Luke O’Sullivan invents a cartoon world with screen-printed sculptures

Boston-based artist Luke O’Sullivan gets inspired ‘‘when cartoons/fiction collide with something from our world.” O’Sullivan takes these inspirational moments and creates sculptures that look like they are from some cartoon world. Applying screen-printed drawings on wood and steel, O’Sullivan creates houses, boomboxes, refrigerators, and other items we find in our everyday lives.

O’Sullivan told . . . → Read More: Luke O’Sullivan invents a cartoon world with screen-printed sculptures