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Mixed Media Works by Aliza Razell

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Paint-splattered photographs born from a 'burning need to create'

With what she calls "a burning need to create," 19-year-old Finnish artist Aliza Razell experiments with multiple media to create spellbinding self-portraits. For these works, spotted on Colossal, she used digital software to merge self-portrait photography with watercolor painting, and the results are pretty cool.  The pictures come from two of her latest series. The first,......read more

San Francisco Impressions

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Digitally layered photos by Christopher Dydyk show the multidimensional joy of experiencing the city

Last week we shared some cool images of sidewalk markings in San Francisco, now we head back to the Bay Area for a totally different perspective of the city. In his Impressions series, local photographer Christopher Dydyk shows off San Francisco's multidimensional energy, using a technique whereby he reconstructs and overlays his photographs on top of each other. The end result are images that......read more

Marcus Lyon: Exodus

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A planet on the move

British artist Marcus Lyon [previously] continues his exploration of the shifting global environment and economy with Exodus, a series of composite images of people, goods and services on the move: Exodus is an exploration of the most significant migrations of the early 21st Century. As the ability of humans, goods and services to circumnavigate the planet increases exponentially we are left......read more

Solar-Powered Currency: The Next Bitcoin?

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SolarCoin cryptocurrency pays you to go green

A new digital currency with a green bent is looking to accelerate the clean energy shift. Built using the same technology as Bitcoin, SolarCoin debuted last month as an alternative currency that rewards owners of solar energy systems. Like Bitcoin, SolarCoin allows anyone to get coins by "mining," which involves solving cryptographic math puzzles, or by buying them on Twitter. The......read more

Digital Globes: A New Way to View Earth

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With improving technology and falling prices, the globe of the future is here, now

Move over, dusty plastic globe, the globe of the future is taking over. According to a Mark Vanhoenacker report at the New York Times, digital globes are becoming better designed and more accessible, bringing limitless educational and entertainment possibilities for places of work, study and play: Until recently, cost and technical limitations have largely confined these modern spheres to......read more

Landscapes of the Imagination

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Swinspeed's stock photo composites make for beautiful digital art.

Swinspeed is a digital artist and matte painter who uses stock photography to composite epic and surreal landscapes. His Flickr photostream is chalk full of beautiful compositions that evoke solitude and foreboding. At only 23, Swinspeed is a creative guy of many talents; digital art is just something he does for fun while he pursues his passion for automotive design. Someone give this guy a job!...read more

Surrealist Photography by Martin Marcisovsky

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Lonely silhouettes captured in stunning landscapes

Dublin-based photographer Martin Marcisovsky creates dreamy, surrealistic imagery using what must be some serious photo editing chops. These selections, taken from his Creative Edit series, look like what might happen if Caspar David Friedrich met Salvador Dali in a darkroom. Martin combines the lonely-figure-in-sublime-landscape motif -- so common in Romantic painting -- with a......read more

Mixtape Memory Stick

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Analog digi-storage resurrects a dying medium $29.99

For accomplished practitioners of the trade, mixtape-making was once an the #1 method for landing girlfriends and/or boyfriends. The death of the cassette has essentially killed off the artform. It's sad, really, tech progress interfering with getting action. But it doesn't have to be that way. This 1G Mixtape Memory Stick resurrects an obsolete medium with a USB drive packaged in an audio......read more

Ruby Suns "Desert of Pop"

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Director Samuel Kristofski eschews digital software in favor of physical craft

In a filmmaking environment where directors can do pretty much anything with digital tools, we always welcome videos that steer clear of software in favor of classic, handmade craftsmanship. This lo-fi clip for The Ruby Suns' "Desert of Pop," from NZ director Samuel Kristofski, does just that. Combining live action with ink-and-watercolor animation, the video is entirely handmade, with......read more

By Madeleine Thomas  for Grist Turns out the secret to better climate models could be hiding in the dreaded storage closet of many a weather station around the world. Members of the International Environmental Data Rescue Organization (IEDRO) — a nonprofit organization that works with meteorological centers to digitize their climate data — think weather reports of yore......read more

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