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Nick Gentry creates art from old floppy disks

04/10/2012, We’re not sure how many of you guys actually still use floppy disks in the current day and age where external hard drives and thumb drives are readily available. Instead of throwing your old floppy disks out, how about turning them into works of art?...

Artist carves skulls from obsolete computer manuals

03/28/2012, So you’ve got a couple of really old computer manuals lying around for computers or applications that either no longer exist or are obsolete; what do you do with them? Well an artist by the name of Maskull Lasserre decided to put those old manuals to...

Moments In Time watches are artsy and thought provoking

03/01/2012, We’ve seen some pretty unique and interesting watches in the past, but these series of Moments In Time watches by artist Dominic Wilcox might have taken the cake. As pictured above, this particular series of watches feature miniature sculptures that...

Emilio Gomariz turns OS X animations into art

03/01/2012, OS X users are probably familiar with the various animations that accompany their operating system, and while most of us never gave it much thought, one person did – Emilio Gomariz, who decided that there was art to be found in the various...

€1.4bn house is art attraction

01/30/2012, If you are an oil oligarch or a magnate of some other business, then surely you would have not only one home, but plenty of pads all around the world, living out the jet-setting lifestyle while hanging out with other famous people as you float from one...

Wind Clock demonstrates the relative nature of time

12/15/2011, Telling time has always been a pretty linear concept (unless you plan on getting philosophical), but if you were looking for a new perspective on time or simply want an abstract-looking gadget to decorate your home with, this Wind Clock by Kim Haagen...

Microsoft Tag combines technology with art

12/08/2011, Technology has been used to create art in so many different ways – it’s nothing new. But it’s always refreshing to see it being used in a brand new way that hasn’t been done before – and I think the Tag: We’re It digital art...

Seismogram chart turned into art piece

11/07/2011, You know how we tend to look for a silver lining behind each dark cloud? Well, that is exactly what got artist Luke Jerram’s creative juices flowing, where he actually converted a seismogram of the devastating earthquake that occurred in the Land of...

ColorWare offering custom designs for iPhone 4S

10/17/2011, If the standard iPhone 4S case doesn’t do it for you due to you unable to find a nice design, or you prefer not adding extra bulk, but whatever your reason, custom-colored Apple products designer, ColorWare, has now added the iPhone 4S to its list of...

Steve Jobs portrait from Post It notes

10/17/2011, The iTeam behind this tribute to the late Steve Jobs certainly adhere to his principles of staying hungry and foolish – where the latter is applied here, while the literal meaning of being hungry ought to strike the iTeam once they were done with...

The Present clock tells the time in seasons

10/12/2011, There’s that popular saying, “yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, today is a gift, that’s why we call it the present”. This saying seems to have been taken and embodied by Scott Thrift, an inventor and filmmaker that created m ss ng p...

Loewe unveils Art and Connect series 3D TVs

08/26/2011, Interested in getting your hands on a brand new 3D television? If so, Loewe has announced today a trio of 3D enabled flatscreen televisions in their Art and Connect series with the 40” Connect 3D, and 40” and 46” Art 3D.

Creating art with speaker membranes

08/25/2011, Ever wonder how your favorite song would sound like if it was painted? Shipsi and Reynsi behind the Instrumenti music project from Riga, Latvia, have come up with a pretty interesting method of painting a song/album cover artwork through the combination...

1TB hard drive of pirated content is considered “art”

08/25/2011, As technology is starting to become integrated more and more in our daily lives, the line that separates art and technology is starting to blur. So much so we’ve started calling computers with top of the line specs to be “pieces of art”, but perhaps...