Photorealism of the Day

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Under the Unminding Sky series Oil on linen, Gregory Thielker



Photorealism of the Day is a feature series showcasing notable paintings and illustrations that appear to be photographic.

Photorealism of the Day

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PB&J 1/2 (2012), an oil painting by Mary Ellen Johnson



Photorealism of the Day is a feature series showcasing notable paintings and illustrations that appear to be photographic.

Artsy Fart of the Day: Javier Riera's Outdoor Light Projections

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Artsy Fart of the Day: Javier Riera's Outdoor Light Projections
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Spanish artist Javier Riera's landscape-based artwork explores the relationship between nature and geometry using projectors and geometric pattern filters.

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Acedia (2012) by Jeremy Geddes.



Photorealism of the Day is a feature series showcasing notable paintings and illustrations that appear to be photographic.

Artsy Fart of the Day: Angry Birds All Levels

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Angry Birds All Levels is a series of 300 ink prints designed by Evan Roth that reveals every finger swipe motion and screen press required to clear all stage levels in the popular mobile game Angry Birds. Commissioned by the Science Gallery in Dublin, Ireland, this project is actually a part of his longer Multi-Touch Finger Paintings series that are created by performing routine tasks on multi-touch hand held devices.



Artsy Fart of the Day is a feature series dedicated to showcasing a colorful range of visual arts in digital and traditional mediums.

Artsy Fart of the Day: Dancing Colors

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Artsy Fart of the Day: Dancing Colors
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Switzerland-based photographer Fabian Oefner's "Dancing Colors" is an audio-visual art performance that explores the space between the domains of music and colors by using sound waves emitted from a speaker to stage explosions of colored pigment powder in various patterns. For more details on the process, head over to 500px.

Beautiful Pipedream of the Day: A Floating Castle

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Beautiful Pipedream of the Day: A Floating Castle
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Castle of Vooruit is an outdoor balloon installation created by Kurdish-Turkish artist Ahmet Ogut of a gigantic boulder (8 meters in diameter) and a replica of the Belgian landmark and historic arts center Vooruit on its top, all floating at a height of 11 meters above the ground. Unmistakably reminiscent of Belgian painter Rene Magritte's surreal work La Chateau des Pyrenees, Ogut's helium-filled artwork was first revealed earlier this year during the TRACK art festival in May.