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Category Archives: Art and Design
Given my blogname, a friend sent me this. It’s so eerie, like the times we live in I guess.
Victorian antique iMac brings steampunk aesthetics into the sorta future | TechCraving.com.
“A Table Through the Forest,” Award-winning Office Design – Core77.
Computer artist: the unemployable producing the unsaleable for the uninterested. | Beyond The Beyond
Just 5 of my favourite quotes from the 43 rules of the computer artist. 4. Using state-of-the-art technology merely produces state-of-the-technology art. 5. Those who use computers to make art need to understand art as well as computers. 18. Just … Continue reading
This post is just great, and a nice definition. According to Wikipedia, Steampunk is actually the term used to refer to fantasy and science fiction written in the Victorian age. A time when many machines were still steam powered. Now, … Continue reading