Centuries ago, there was very little garbage, but the little bits of this and that buried in the ground are now fascinating visual clues to a life long gone. Trash today is much easier to find – especially in the urban jungle of New York City, where it’s hard to walk ten steps without seeing litter on the ground.
What will the neighbors think? That is a difficult question to answer, as it depends upon which design you pick: would you like it to look as if you have acquired a classic car or a racing machine, or perhaps converted your garage entirely to house a horse or have its own little indoor swimming pool?
Some of us prefer to keep our photos in albums or pictures on our computers, but for people who need a bit more color in their lives (and/or bathrooms) there are some very life-like landscapes tiles created to replace some of your conventional ceramic or glass tile pieces
The sad truth about our electronics consumption is that we often end up throwing away obsolete technology. How many of us have found ourselves wondering what to do with a stack of floppy disks or a box full of VHS tapes? London artist Nick Gentry uses these aged bits of technology to create something new and entirely different: fine art with a soul.
As one of the most talented digital artists of our time, Bobby Chiu has made a permanent mark on the art world. The artist got his start at the tender age of 17, designing licensed toys for Disney and Pixar studios. And since then, his art has grown and evolved into some of the most recognizable and celebrated digital art in the world.
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