Lichtfront creates stunning visual translations of music and sound. Their latest work is a collaboration with Grosse8, another design agency based in Cologne.
With the construction of my personal studio space nearing completion, I am looking for ways to sell art to fund adding new tools to my collection. I am a metalsmithing guy and tools for my discipline do not come cheap. In my search I have found many great sites and thought it would be cool to share some of these. My search was focusing on marketplaces that allowed selling original artwork, but I also included some of the print specific sites that I found.
While writing 22 Beautiful & Creative iPhone Apps I found many wonderful apps exploring different aspects of user interaction with art, imagery and sound. Experimental Art applications like these are not new, but user access to them and how they interact with them is.
Andreas Kocks does some pretty amazing things with paper. His installations transform the paper into an exciting medium to explore. Andreas is currently exhibiting his work with many other fine artists in Slash: Paper Under the Knife, Museum of Arts and Design in New York, NY.
I first featured Lisa Kellner’s art work last year when I saw her amazing quilting pin installations. Lisa recently informed me that she is currently showing “Suspended Presence” at the Urban Art Institute in Grand Rapids Michigan.
The North Wind Blew South is a tilt shift/stop animation piece by Keith Loutit. This technique create a nice animation that feels as if you are watching models of real people, objects, etc. move about. The music and imagery work well together and create a relaxing video that I really enjoyed.
artist & website: Jan Wollert & Jorg Miedza – http://www.lapp-pro.de/
I saw this featured on drawn and had to feature it as well. Martin Wilson takes these photos in sequence with a 35mm camera and scans the strips to be pieced together on the computer.
artist & website: Martin Wilson – http://www.martinwilson.net