Check out more of the three.js demos and featured projects on GitHub.
Armed with a pellet rifle, homemade flash and camera photographer Alan Sailer captures exploding objects from sugary treats to troll dolls. Check out his massive collection of explosions on Flickr.
One of my latest addictions on my iPad is WURM for creating experimental generative art. The developers did a fantastic job giving you patterns, colors and shapes to play with, and then you can fine tune your masterpiece with all of the controls. WURM even has a blog setup on Tumblr (gallery.wurmapp.com) that showcases all the user submitted art.
Like much of Andy Gilmore’s art, Currentes consists of brightly saturated colors and interesting geometry patterns. Chances are you’ve seen his work on Gold Panda’s latest album or in a number of magazines including Wired, The New York Times and Wallpaper*.
Named after the symbol for square music notation, which consists of diamond shaped notes in descending scale, Currentes is indicative of Andy Gilmore’s arresting, color-saturated, pixel-based work.
Paper sculpture created by Julien Vallée for the main exhibition of Illustrative Zürich festival 2008.
Matthew Buchanan on Matta’s new video “Release the Freq” -
Found on Fubiz
How do you bring colors to life? Denstu London created this fantastic spot for Canon’s Pixma brand that sculpt color using sound waves and high-speed photography. The shoot was directed by self-taught Christopher Hewitt—the best education is always hard work.
Denstu London was also behind the recent Making Future Magic: iPad Light Painting experimental project. Also, see Christopher Hewitt’s Sphere’s of Fury music video.
Sure the title might be a bit sensationalistic, but the colorful excitement this free diver and octopus capture is pretty incredible. After a five minute chase the diver manages to make a trade for his camera by offering the octopus his spear gun.
The diver’s account of the chase…
While trying to get video of a wild octopus, it suddenly dashed towards me and rips my shiny new camera from out of my hands, then swims off, all while the camera is recording! he swam away very quickly like a naughty shoplifter. after a 5 minute chase, I placed my speargun underneath him and he quickly and curiously grabbed hold of the gun as well, giving me enough time to reach in and grab the camera from out of his mouth. I didn’t feel threatened at all during the whole ordeal. he seemed to be fixated on the shiny metallic blue digital camera. the only confusing behavior was how he dashed off with it like a thief haha. cheeky octopus.
A great tool for online designers to pick variations of any color. Although it’s a fairly simple tool, there are a lot of great UI details that are designed into the tool.
Argentinean graphic designer and illustrator Pablo Alfieri relaunches his website, Playful 2010 with bold colors and great typography. The “Fun” section is full of inspiring artistic and creative experiments.