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Sarah Owusu’s art work put African and black good looks entrance and centre

Artist Sarah Owusu pioneered a new style of painting that uses geometric shapes and vivid color to highlight black beauty. She says the world needs a bigger palette when it comes to representation on, as well as behind, the canvas. The result is an exhilarating exploration of the incredible diversity of the human face. Read...CONTINUE READING

The person in the back of the stripper robotic that went totally viral for the entire unsuitable causes — Cool Quotient

In the summer of 1989, Giles Walker, a young artist traveling around Europe with the state-of-the-art Mutoid Waste Company, was in Berlin building a ramming machine to break through the Berlin Wall.  Today, Walker has achieved internet fandom for something rather different — building intricate pole-dancing robots with CCTV cameras for heads. Read more…More about...CONTINUE READING

How one artist creates sculptures that are only visible from one angle

Jim Bond is an artist whose sculptures make the invisible visible. His latest installation, a three dimensional illuminated portrait of Rosalind Franklin, is only fully visible from only one position. Bond’s sculpture, called ‘Making the Invisible Visible’, was one of ten winning designs featured in Historic England’s Immortalised exhibition. Read more…More about Arts Culture And...CONTINUE READING

Engineer incorporates code with AI to teach machines how to paint like humans

Pindar Van Arman is an engineer exploring the artistic capabilities of machines. His software, Cloud Painter, which has been 10 years in the making, incorporates AI into robotic systems in an effort to mimic human creativity. Read more…More about Emotion, Artist, Creativity, Robotics, and Cool Quotient Powered by WPeMatico

Art collective turns street covers into unique patterns for clothes

“raubdruckerin” is an art collective turning manhole covers, grids and street tiles into printing presses that capture the unique footprints of European cities. The word “raubdruckerin” literally translates as “pirate printer”. The group’s main goal is to explore the overlooked surfaces that give a city character. Read more…More about Design, Street Art, Urban Environment, Street...CONTINUE READING
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