Archive for January, 2012

Hello, my name is Untitled. By Matt Siber

Chicago native, Matt Siber challenges traditional art forms by digitally removing structure defining elements from his urban photographs. In his Floating Logos collection, Siber digitally erases the poles and beams that hold up common road signs and gas station markers, creating a “floating” effect. Untitled Project also consists of the billboards and other forms of […]

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SHUT UP! How amazing is this?

Okay, Rachael. Is the caps lock on the title necessary? Very much so.   As you will see, shadow art makes you think about the artists’ work in a new light (ha). How the hell did they figure out putting mounds of soda cans in a room and pointing a light at it can transform […]

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What’s all that racket about?

. (photo manipulation/digital art)                           Digital fine art is a fairly new art form, considering the recent birth and exponential growth of computers and the Internet. To me, digital fine art includes the use of technology in some fashion upon creation, alteration or […]

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