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an innovative multimedia app for visitors of museums, cities, tourist attractions and parks, which offers the possibility to show its cultural and artistic content in a new, dynamic and interactive way through their own smartphone.
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Designer Uses an Algorithm to Create 3D Color Studies of Historic Portraits

Athens-based art director and visual designer Dimitris Ladopoulos breathes new life into centuries-old paintings. Blending traditional art with new technology, Ladopoulos inventively employs an algorithm that transform historic portraits into complex contemporary studies of colour. Using data display methods inspired by tree mapping, the designer has modernized two works of art: Portrait of Johannes Wtenbogaert…
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9 Inventions That Revolutionized Artmaking, from Paint Tubes to Neon

The creation of art has, since its beginnings, been determined by what tools, techniques, and mediums are available to artists. While many inventions have made artmaking easier and available to all, others have ushered in radical concepts and new understandings of how we define “art.” Some artistic innovations from centuries ago are now so deeply…
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10 Revolutionary Art Movements That Have Shaped Our Visual History

Looking back through Western history, it is incredible to see how many types of art have made an impact on society. By tracing a timeline through different art movements, we are able to not only see how modern and contemporary art has developed, but also how art is a reflection of its time. For instance, did…
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What Steve Jobs learned from Bauhaus

“If you’ve looked at computers, they look like garbage” Steve Jobs said to the crowd assembled in Aspen, Colorado, for the 1983 International Design Conference. Apple was going to sell three million computers that year, he continued, and by 1986 they were going to sell 10 million. But Jobs was gunning for the latter. “This…
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