Statistical Art : Art That Forces You To Think




Depicts one million plastic cups, the number used on airline flights in the US every six hours.

Artist Chris Jordan creates artwork that uses statistics as a major part of it. Each image represents something in the world that we all should take note of. The photographs are beautiful and the statistics are fascinating. He hopes these images will make you think about how much we waste every day.

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Man + Animal = “Manimals” = Eerie Portraits


1964 – Year of the Dragon

Artist Daniel Lee draws on the Chinese Zodiac to manipulate these images through the computer. His series, titled “Manimals”, exhibits portraits showing the animal signs of these people. The 12 Chinese Zodiac signs are: rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, sheep, monkey, cock, dog and boar.

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A Celebration Of Pixel Art


Does This Look Like Your Room Too?

Pixel art lives both in and beyond computer screen. Artists design pixel art posters, magazine covers, album covers, desktop wallpapers, paintings, “pixelish” video ads and even pixelated tattoos. And there is a good reason behind it: in times when popular design solutions strive for real-life-look or perfection pixel art offers a distinctive and creative artistic approach which is extremely expressive. In fact, pixel art can be impressive as well. This post attempts to prove just that. Continue reading… “A Celebration Of Pixel Art”