Articles about art (page 6)

ColorWare offering custom designs for iPhone 4S
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 devices. As pictured above, you will be able to add splashes of color to your brand new iPhone 4S including the earbuds that come […]

Steve Jobs portrait from Post It notes
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 Steve Jobs’ portrait. Yes sir, hit unique mural was created using more than 4,000 Post It notes – imagine that! I wonder what kind of preparation […]

The Present clock tells the time in seasons
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 eces. His Kickstarter project seems to be based on present and it’s a clock, dubbed The Present, that tells the time in seasons, as opposed to […]

Loewe unveils Art and Connect series 3D TVs
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.

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Creating art with speaker membranes
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 of paint and a set of speakers.

1TB hard drive of pirated content is considered "art"
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 this 1TB hard drive that’s being displayed on Art 404’s gallery with its own pedestal and all.

Griffin Crayola ColorStudio HD turns your iPad into a digital canvas for kids
Ever wanted to introduce your kids to the world of drawing and coloring but didn’t want them to make a mess all over the house? Well according to Crayola and Griffin Technology, the answer to such a problem lies with the iPad. The two companies have teamed up to introduce a new take on using the tablet as a digital canvas with the Crayola ColorStudio HD app for iPad.

Samsung Smart TVs used to show off famous artworks in Seoul
Technology usually means out with the old and in with the new. In this case, we have Smart TVs from Samsung replacing the artwork of famous artists in South Korea. In the first exhibition of its kind in the world, the Hangaram Art Museum at the Seoul Art Center will be hosting an exhibit called “Les Chefs-d’oeuvre du musée d’Orsay á Séoul”.

Kinect used to help create beautiful photographs
The Kinect has proven to be limitless in terms of potential, ever since its inception, new projects that make use of this motion sensor controller have been popping up every week. Now a new use has been discovered with the device – a light source for some artistic photographs. You must be wondering, “What light? The Kinect doesn’t emit any light!” Oh it does – just that it’s not visible […]

Nintendo to introduce the DS into the classroom
Nintendo of America has just announced a partnership with the National Art Education Association (NAEA) to introduce the Nintendo DS into classrooms in selected schools across the country. In an attempt to give students a fresh, fun way to study drawing and painting techniques, art teachers in elementary, middle and high school classrooms have been given Nintendo DSi XL systems and copies of Art Academy. Teachers participating in the program […]

Infrared paintings that can only be seen through a digital camera
Two Toronto-based artists have come up with a new way to express art on canvas. Their new series of paintings called Take a Picture might look like a series of blank canvases to the naked eye, but when you pull out your camera and look at the canvases through its screen, you’ll find out that they aren’t so blank after all. Trickey? Or Technology? Well, the artists explained how their […]

Art takes on a modern look with Wi-Fi painting
To ‘paint’ using nothing but Wi-Fi connections? That doesn’t really make much sense, does it? Well, apparently things might be looking up in the alternative future of artwork thanks to this particular project that explores the invisible terrain of Wi-Fi networks in urban areas, relying on the use of light painting signal strength in long-exposure photographs. Thanks to a four-metre long measuring rod that has 80 points of light, that […]

Crayola releases 3D giant chalk
3D is overtaking the world, and there’s nothing you can do about it. Crayola has just released some 3D entertainment for kids – the 3D Giant Chalk, and it’s pretty amazing what can be done with a pair of 3D glasses nowadays. All you have to do is create your drawings using the chalk and put your glasses on to witness the magic. The hot colors (red, yellow, orange) will […]

Augmented Reality coming to a wallpaper near you
It seems that Augmented Reality (AR) technology is a novelty that has a hard time breaking into the mainstream consciousness, but as more and more novel ways are thought up of, it might just stumble upon a “killer app” so to speak. Could the FabLabWall iPhone app (can’t seem to look it up in the App Store though) be it? Apparently, it will show virtual pieces of art, and even […]