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[31 Jul 2009 | 0 Comments]

      A man of many faces, artist James Kuhn creates some of the most incredible and bizarre masks ever seen. The eccentric face painter calls his creations “self-portraits” because he uses his own face as the canvas for his artwork.  (as cited in W... [More]

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[20 Jun 2009 | 2 Comments]

This is a short animation made by Marshall Fels Elliott. If you would like to see the full version of this animation, please go: http://marshallart.ca/  and see http://marshallart.ca/movies/Earlier%20Work/index.htmlMarshall’s bio:I have completed a Media Arts Degree with a Major in Animation at... [More]

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[18 Jun 2009 | 2 Comments]

We took to the hills of Wales armed to the teeth with sheep, LEDs and a camera, to create a huge amazing LED display. […] Visual culture for me is about all visual elements that we can see from our life, in our life. When visual culture add some creativity, originality, and fineness, will ... [More]

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[24 May 2009 | 0 Comments]

When I was thinking about visual culture, I remember dancing, but totally forget ballet! Maybe ballet is not in most of people’s daily life, but ballet, with movement, music, costume, make up, and theater design, is one kind of a very visually enjoyable visual culture. I practiced ballet when I wa... [More]

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[22 Apr 2009 | 2 Comments]

  Spontaneous Fantasia is a 3D virtual art created by J. Walt. He presented his spontaneous art at NAEA conference 2009, Minneapolis.  Each of his art is about 3-5 minutes. And each art is in different “virtual environment.” The Spontaneous Fantasia is a very n... [More]

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[3 Apr 2009 | 0 Comments]

  L'homme 100 têtes from Julien Lassort on Vimeo.   Playing off the theme of a recent video contest, « Transformation : Live and React », Julien Lassort and Matthieu Burlot (France) explored the human face, the most exposed and personal part of the human body. Their dynamic portray... [More]

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[19 Mar 2009 | 0 Comments]

    Kristofer Ström is a Swede from Malmo. He creates many unique animations. KOBRA is one of his animation series.   Lines, can have so many possibilities. Kristofer Ström’s KOBRA and "The Line,” let us understand that our imagination sometimes... [More]

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[17 Mar 2009 | 1 Comments]

  There are some punctuations we adapted as emoticons. Such as: :-) ;-) :-D In Asia, the combination of alphabets also be seen as emoticons, for example: Orz   Orz is “an emoticon representing a kneeling or bowing person(Mainly used in east Asia)” (From Wikipedia). It sta... [More]

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[27 Feb 2009 | 0 Comments]
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         This is Oscar Best Animated Short Film. The story is a bout A grandpa who lived in the house has been constantly building houses on top, as the water level rises. It is made by a Japanese artist: Kunio Kato 加藤久仁生. This film is Kunio Kato’s first Ac... [More]

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[18 Feb 2009 | 0 Comments]

       Follow up Julian Beever—Pavement Drawings, Escher is a well know illusion artist. Escher was born in the Netherlands. His artistic expression was created from images in his mind. He worked primarily in the media of lithographs and woodcuts, though the few mezz... [More]