March 9, 2011

Cam Floyd

3:34 pm in art,tech Daniel Fishel

Striking work by Cam Floyd


March 6, 2011

LetterMpress

2:33 am in design,product,tech Jon Contino

I want to hate this with all my being, but I’m actually kind of interested to play with it. LetterMpress: A Virtual Letterpress on Your iPad


February 1, 2011

Holy Mother of God! Google Art Project!

1:22 pm in art,tech,weird dustin hostetler

http://www.googleartproject.com


August 15, 2010

The Incident

3:05 am in art,design,games,tech dustin hostetler

Faesthetic ISSUE NUMBER ONE contributor Neven Mrgan was involved in the creation of this AWESOME iphone game. You should buy it now before you waste another second of your life not owning it. It’s $1.99 and the best $1.99 you’ll spend this life if you are an iphone owner. If you’re not, please disregard this post. Thanks.


July 21, 2010

Matthew Curry – A Day in the Life Video

1:56 am in art,product,tech,video dustin hostetler

Man, I’m always been telling people how awesome Matt Curry is, and now Intel jumps on the band wagon. Soon, everyone is going to know. And that is a good thing.


April 9, 2010

Ivan C

10:03 pm in art,tech dustin hostetler

I think the way Ivan C approaches computer artwork is absolutely refreshing. There is a certain distinct vibe coming across… as though he is fully embracing software and the concept of digital art. As he states in an email sent to Faesthetic: “I believe now art should be ¨Cosa Virtuale¨, with technology not leading the ideas, but setting free all the visual possibilities for the interpretation of reality. I believe all the visual experiences should be liquefied in one holistic organism of illusions.

I am 100% into this guys work. Interestingly… all of the pieces on his portfolio site are from 2010 which means somewhere there is an awesome back catalog of work waiting to be explored.


March 29, 2010

Liisa Kruusmägi

10:30 pm in art,tech dustin hostetler

Liisa Kruusmägi’s unique approach to mixed media illustration really is astounding. Normally low tech or buggy websites really rub me the wrong when it comes to portfolio work but Liisa’s website offers so much talent to gaze on I totally don’t care how the site is constructed. I love illustration work that makes my eyes bounce around, and Liisa’s work does that.


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