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Posts Tagged ‘art’

Eight rotary phones – an art installation

Late last year, I helped run the University of Sydney annual graduation exhibition for the Architecture faculty. One of the things I was responsible for was helping set up an “artistic” installation. Architects have strange concepts of what is and isn’t art, and apparently an isolated network of eight rotary phones qualifies. The concept was […]

The web as an art medium

Almost three months ago, I had a course which got me thinking: what if the web was seen as yet another medium for artists? I’m referring specifically to artists, those who create without purpose and just for kicks to add life’s flavour, rather than┬ádesigners, who have an objective or a problem they are trying to […]

The GIMP metal wires and abstract background tutorial.

Every WIPUP release, an abstract art splash image is created to commemorate it. Whenever I create one of these my preferred tool of choice is The GIMP. Although in many ways The GIMP isn’t as "powerful" as Photoshop, I still manage to do stuff I’d like to do with it. My recent splash image used […]

Portfolio 2010 Finished.

One of the universities I applied to required a portfolio and so I took some time off to collect some of my works and put it together. Most, if not all of the works included are all created using open-source software (Blender, GIMP, Scribus, QCAD, Lilypond and LAMP setups). Those who track my WIPUP profile […]

When an image is stuck in your head…

… you fire up The GIMP and whack it down. It isn’t the full image, but I don’t think I want to share the full image. Or if you’re interested in zmobies: I’ve really always wanted to try this style. Large scale version is available on the WIPUP update. I will be having mock exams […]