I am so happy and proud to finally share this; I started The File Arts ;a new online art gallery that sells digital art editions to support artists working in digital media.
Every edition is a download containing: the original art as a jpg in its highest resolution available, the original source file, in the format of the program the artist worked in, to give you a feel for the process and method of construction, a psd with background information on the art and artist, and cropped and resized versions of the image to be used as a desktop pattern or iphone or ipad wallpaper or a twitter background. All to make it as easy and engaging as possible to enjoy the art in its original digital format.
The site is launching with three editions; Palmtree, by Astrid Hermes, Saltless by Steve Kim, and Kylie by me, Andre Brocatus. I will be adding new editions every month. Subscribe to the mailing list to be kept up to date.
Sculpture WIP II
Looks like an abstract Alien
Phillip Stearns & the Year of the Glitch
This month, Tumblr took part in a project called Art Takes Times Square, where Artists Wanted gave us the opportunity to feature a Tumblr artist on a Times Square billboard. We chose Phillip Stearns from Year of the Glitch. Tonight (Monday, June 18, 7-11pm), check out Stearns’ “DCP Series” far larger than life above the Times Square crowds (plus a performance by Twin Shadow). Stearns lives in Brooklyn and works out of a studio in Bushwick. He currently has work available at Eyebeam and showing at Camera Club New York. Before you go though, wouldn’t it be enlightening to learn just how Stearns creates his work?
Thanks for the feature, Annie!
Congratulations! Well deserved. I bet that looked amazing!
New Sincerity, London, 2011
I should look up more of Jaakko Pallasvuo