November 15, 2005

Still life brought to life

Via Boing Boing comes this great still life brought to life in Flash: surely this has an interesting use in an art class as a starter?
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» A couple of links about art and technology from connect.educause.edu
Following on my podcasts with two folks from MCAD, I just ran across two interest finds regarding the mix of art and technology. The Tenth Biennial Symposium on Arts and Technology http://www.academiccommons.org/commons/announcement/connectivity Interes [Read More]

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It reminded me of the drawings Tony Hart used to do on a light box for Vision On. (Am I the only one old enogh to remember this TV programme?)

No, no - I remember it well! And thanks, Ewan, for pointing me to this - magic!

oh wow...that is so awesome...mad skills if you ask me..

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