Art

After the series of bans in Patreon it is time for Bitpatron

BitPatron come with a simple mission: provide a Bitcoin censorship-free Patreon alternative, and also to help Bitcoin achieve mass adoption. Similar to Lighthouse Crowdfunding platform which appeared 5 years ago, Bitpatron come to help many projects which were recently kicked out from Patreon.

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Wait…Are these Influencers Virtual…CGI ?

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“You can create the Kardashians without any of the inherent issues that come with being human,” said Cyan Banister, a partner at Founders Fund, which put in $100,000 for Brud’s seed round in May 2017.

Brud earlier this year raised an additional $6 million in venture capital from firms including Sequoia Capital and BoxGroup, according to people familiar with the situation.

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Under the Bridge-Graffiti art in Barcelona

We joined a group of artists on their mission to change the skin of the concrete city.

The lads were really friendly and explained many things about their views and art. With highly skilled hands and inspiration in the mind the final results were amazing.

A lot of techniques of shaping the spray stream in incredible ways were used. Continue reading

The Political Art of David Dees

David Dees began his career as an artist for the advertising and motion picture industries. David’s passion to spread the truth has resulted in a huge body of work referencing just about every conspiracy theory out there today.

Taking a solid stance against the world takeover political agenda of Zionism, Dees has been misconstrued as anti-Semitic. Continue reading

Surf-Art Exhibition Barcelona 2016 6th of April

20160406 Surf-Art Barcelona_DSC1168Even though Barcelona’s coast is rather lacking in suitable waves, surf culture has an ever-growing number of adepts here. And proof of that is the event we visited yesterday.

The exhibition show works of local photographers and artists who have captured incredible images from Barcelona Beaches.

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Early Twentieth Century Erotica from Spain

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Spanish popular erotica embraces foreign technology and its inventions to an extent rarely seen in high cultural art and literature. It “imports” modernity in the form of techno-erotic artifacts such as bicycles and typewriters. It also engages modernity and its commodities in an intense and often ambivalent dialogue with tradition and with the production of stereotypically Spanish cultural objects: Spanish majas wearing traditional peinetas made-in-Spain enhance their legs with imported French stockings; dark Continue reading

Deep Dream processing of your photos

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The brain behind Deep Dreamer was developed at Google as a tool to try and understand how neural networks work. Google open sourced the code, allowing anyone with the know-how to create these images. However, setting up the code on a server is not a trivial task. We’ve become fascinated with how deepdream processes our photos, and wanted to make it easy for anyone to explore.

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Horn Please-Photo book from Dan Eckstein

Horn Please

Photographer Dan Eckstein traveled over 10,000km across India’s byzantine and burgeoning road network documenting these elaborately decorated trucks festooned with lights, brightly colored text, paintings of Hindu, Muslim, Sikh and Christian deities, pop cultural fixtures and geometric patterns–symbols representing a blinding mashup of new and old India.

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Floppy/Film Portraits from Nick Gentry

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Nick Gentry is a British artist from London. Much of his artistic output has been generated with the use of contributed artefacts and materials. He states that through this process “contributor, artist and viewer come closer together”. His art is influenced by the development of consumerism, technology, identity and cyberculture in society, with a distinctive focus on obsolete media.

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Weekend in Catalunya-The Shelter of Josep Pujiula i Vila

_MG_9647Last weekend we went on a trip in Catalan North. In  Argelaguer we found an amazing place hidden in the outskirts of the village. The forest construction project has been started by Josep Pujiula i Vila – 40 years ago and after he began to add to it more locations and installations.

Inspecting the area, which was built on public land, the government quickly deemed Pujiula’s homemade park a dangerous environment. Continue reading

Post Apocaliptyc Barcelona

THE CITY OF BARCELONA LIKE YOU NEVER SEE Before-WITHOUT PEOPLE AND WITHOUT TRAFFIC, Unpeople
Describes a specialty within the time lapse technique which consists in shooting different areas of a city which it is very difficult to avoid people or vehicle traffic.
In the post production process, all persons and vehicles are cleared, revealing elements that give the appearance of a video like clouds, trees’ movements, blinking traffic lights etc.