Posts Tagged 'creative'

Astonishing Origami

According to ThisIsColossal.com –

Brooklyn-based polymath Robby Kraft currently teaches coding to artists and designers at Parsons and the School for Poetic Computation, but his love for the connected worlds of art and math began at a young age; he started folding origami in elementary school. More recently, Kraft was introduced to the algorithmic aspects of origami.

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Creative People Really Do See The World Differently

NewScientist reported –

There’s some evidence that people with a greater degree of openness also have better visual awareness. For example, when focusing on letters moving on a screen, they are more likely to notice a grey square appearing elsewhere on the display.

Now Anna Antinori at the University of Melbourne in Australia and her team are showing that people who score more highly when it comes to the openness trait “see” more possibilities. “They seem to have a more flexible gate for the visual information that breaks through into their consciousness,” Antinori says.

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Simon Beck – Snow Artist [video]

I Can’t Believe Bob Ross Said That – 20 Quotes From Everyone’s Favorite TV Painter

bobrossBob produced more than “happy little trees”; he made some insightful and humorous observations in his book, The Joy of Painting. Mental_floss gathered 20 of the best HERE. My favorite is “They say everything looks better with odd numbers of things. But sometimes I put even numbers—just to upset the critics.”

Read all 20 quotes HERE.

While preparing this post, I found another page of Bob’s quotes HERE.

CZAPPA: A Conversation on Art and TV Repair [video]

Paintings On Paint Chips

paintchipFrom mental_floss –

At first glance, it looks like artist Shawn Huckins painted hyper-realistic scenes onto paint chips from the hardware store. These swatches are actually large paintings that Huckins expertly recreated with oil paint. He uses the blown-up replicas as a setting and inserts everyday imagery that mingles with the cards. The subjects will even occasionally interact with the paint chips and use the white lines as a table or counter. Impressively, each scene matches the colors of the swatch perfectly. My favorite incorporates David Hockney’s famous A Bigger Splash

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Collaborating With A 4-Year-Old [pics]

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I don’t know anything about this set of pictures. Apparently, the artist lets her 4-year-old daughter help with with her drawings. I think the results are quite good and unexpected.

See the pics HERE.

 


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