10,000 Paintings GF Smith partnered with

10,000 Paintings
GF Smith partnered with FIELD, a creative studio for digital art and generative design, to test their new printing technology. FIELD was tasked with creating 10,000 unique digital paintings to test the technological potential of GF Smith’s latest printing presses. Each painting features a different view of a hyper complex sculpture created through generative coding and creative intuition. The resulting paintings captured “the energy of a dynamic process-caught in a timeless medium.” GF Smith took the paintings and printed them onto 10,000 unique promotional sleeves to showcase their premium papers and printing capabilities. A hybrid of human and machine creation, the paintings challenge the idea of what art is and where it is going.

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Structure and Meaning by Jayme Catalano

Structure and Meaning by Jayme Catalano

Trained in landscape architecture and urban planning and a self-taught screen printer, Todd Stewart works by printing identical images many times withing a given space until a composition emerges. The pieces are built “by exposing the control and precision of illustration to the unpredictability and chance inherent to the printmaking process.” His Cityscape series explores the landscape of both well-known and obscure cities; most are places Stewart has not physically visited. “I am acutely aware of how construction -with regards to both structure and meaning-informs my work. These abstract land and cityscapes embody both serenity and instability, resulting in dreamlike tension from which subjective narratives can be born. Working from a base of imagery culled internally-from memory, dreams, past experience-and externally-from my immediate surroundings-I create pieces that consciously allow for open interpretation and multiple perspectives.” The works “reflect a search for meaning in unfamiliar landscapes.” Stewart’s work is available online at his Etsy shop.

Images shown in order are: 1. Moscow, 2. Bogota, and 3. Accra

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Accidently Creativity Web and graphic de

Accidently Creativity
Web and graphic designer Seth Hardie recently posted the accidental creative process behind an image he created. Hardie used his iPhone, the Grid Lens app and the Image Blender app to layer several images together. Visit his blog here to read about the process behind this image:

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CMYK Embrodery Evelin Kasikov is a woman

CMYK Embrodery
Evelin Kasikov is a woman moving backward in time, combining cutting edge digital design with the old-fashioned and historically feminine pursuit of embroidery. Trained as a graphic designer, Kasikov’s work challenges preconceived notions of embroidery and handicraft. Deeply analytical, her approach to needlework uses typography, design techniques, and grid systems to create her embroidered illustrations. Her stitching commission have included The Guardian, WIRED, and the New York Times.
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Image shown is entitled CMYK Colour Chart
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Will the Real Mona Lisa, Please Stand Up

Will the Real Mona Lisa, Please Stand Up?
We may finally know what the real Mona Lisa looked like. The Prado Museum in Madrid recently cleaned and restored one of its more obscure and seemingly unimportant paintings, a copy of Leonardo DaVinci’s ‘Mona Lisa.’ In the museum’s possession since 1819, the copy was thought to have been completed after DaVinci’s death. During the extensive process, however, museum officials discovered that the painting was done by a pupil working alongside the master: x-rays revealed that the copy evolved and developed just as the original did. Experts were able to strip away the dark, cracked varnish and a black over paint, revealing a young woman with beautiful skin in front of a colorful Tuscan landscape. Her eyebrows are visible, her lips are rosy, and she looks years younger than her more famous counterpart. DaVinci’s ‘Mona Lisa’ my hide similar charms under her own aged and discolored varnish.
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The Future That Wasn’t by Jayme Catalano

The Future That Wasn’t by Jayme Catalano

Illustrator John W. Tomac is inspired by the future that wasn’t: specifically the mid-century, science fictional future where everyone would drive a flying car or personal rocket and own a robot. We know now that flying cars and rockets are incredibly fuel inefficient and robots are useless and overpriced. Tomac’s artwork is a whimsical reminder of our grandparents hopeful naivete.

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Art In a Box The Compound Gallery in San

Art In a Box
The Compound Gallery in San Francisco has an answer to the ubiquitous wine and produce subscription services: art subscription! Just like a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture), subscribers answer a few questions about their likes/dislikes and how often they’d like to receive their $50 deliveries. Instead of organic produce, however, they receive artwork in a variety of mediums by Bay Area artists. Featured artists have included ceramicists, print makers, painters, etc.
Image is of A recent subscriber box containing work by Jeanne Lorenz.
Visit Art in a Box to sign up. Click here for more work by Jeanne Lorenz.
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