A team at MuleSoft created a video a few weeks ago describing what it’s like to be a developer at the company. James Donelan, VP of engineering at MuleSoft, noted in the video how developers are like artists. There are many reasons why there are similarities between developers and artists. These perceptions are based on observations in the workplace and personal experience, too.
Since he was a child, Russian artist Vadim Zaritsky has loved and collected butterflies. He knows many other collectors and it saddened him to see them throw away damaged butterfly bodies. Then he found a creative way of recycling them. Zaritsky uses the wings to make collages: (Pics)
Torrenfreak covers The Pirate Bay’s new “Promo Bay” service, which has been flooded by 5,000+ submissions from artists who want to have their work promoted on The Pirate Bay — mostly musicians, but also writers like Paolo Coelho…
41-year old Gregory Kloehn lives in a dumpster. But it’s not that bad! This artist in Berkeley, California, has modified his dumpster with running water, electrical power, a stove, an oven, and a toilet…
Playing poker is really a thing of beauty… well, maybe not
Four-year-old Aelita Andre welcomed art lovers to the opening of her first solo art exhibit called The Prodigy of Color at the Agora Gallery in Manhattan on Saturday.
The manuscript, which requires the use of a mirror to read, is yet to be deciphered.
A coded manuscript by Leonardo da Vinci has been discovered in a public library in the French city of Nantes.
Lady Gaga has reached yet another milestone in her brief, but monstrously successful career, becoming the first artist to hit a 1 billion page view on YouTube.
“Read Ayn Rand”
One man drove 12,238 miles and across 30 states in the U.S. to scrawl a message that could only be viewed using Google Earth. His big shoutout: “Read Ayn Rand.”
Mr Trueman’s artwork made from ants.
Chris Trueman bought the tiny creatures alive in batches of 40,000 for £330 each for his bizarre masterpiece. The 32-year-old then had to kill them before painstakingly rearranging them into a picture using tweezers. The final piece, which measures 48 inches by 42 inches, was priced at a staggering $35,000 dollars, around £23,000.
Kurt Wenner’s anamorphic street painting.
Kurt Wenner is an artist that employs the technique known as anamorphic or illusionistic street painting, which gives the illusion of depth when viewed from certain perspectives. His three-dimensional paintings seem to rise from into the ground.
Unique Lung Art
After painful surgeries, Lorraine decided to turn her experience into art: