Using photos from the Hubble Telescope combined with his own custom computer software, Sergio Albiac generates portraits of people by rearranging the cosmos.
Anyone can submit photos online and Sergio will create 3 automated portraits constructed from images of space. Check out the Stardust Portrait exhibition Flickr page to see his progress so far!
Cloudy House (by Tomas Saraceno)
Atomic: Full of Love, Full of Wonder was a 2005 installation by artist Nike Savvas at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art in Melbourne. The piece involved an immense array of suspended bouncy balls creating a dense field of color in the gallery space that was gently moved in waves by a nearby fan. How fun would it have been to walk through this? Savvas most recently exhibited a series of complex geometric thread installations at Breenspace.
Viks: Steel tube fixed gear commuter bike
The Voices in Our Heads, Steven Harrington (via Coloring Book Geared Towards Art-Loving Adults Might Be The Best Thing We’ve Ever Seen)
Austin Tott (Seattle, WA)
NASA Mashups Doug Pedersen
Alex Kanevsky (b. 1959, Tula, Russia) - J.F.H., 2012 Paintings: Oil on Wood
World’s Finest: Batman and Superman
Free Cards and posters “Happy Holidays” for women according to their nature and type of flower.