Computer-generated images of (mostly) conventional subjects
- Kristen Ankiewicz,
photographer, has a wide range of stuff ... some of which I like.
See also thenetnet.
- The Boardtown Gallery looks promising in its
The Event Horizon Gallery
has some good stuff in its "traditional" wing, which may or may not
- Paul's gallery
has some fun images, many only 13-30k. Ion Visual Computing has weird
but interesting stuff.
- Atelier Nord "is
a workshop for electronic art and printmaking sited in Oslo, Norway."
Their "Cafe Vereal" is said to contain a discussion about digital art;
among their "electronic art projects" was a wondrous, but long (>500k),
cyclical piece called "yoU aRe eLle" by
- the digital giraffe aka corinne
whitaker. I have some trouble with caching images from this site: my
Netscape 2.0 seems to think the old image is newer than the new ones she
puts in, so I have to hack the cache in order to see them. Blessed be
Netscape's about:http://www.foo.com/bar.html feature.
Thumbnails run maybe 5k, images about 50-90k. They're
copyrighted: she sells this work (I own
one piece). The "quill" page has a 125k image of some text ... oh
well. I recommend room
26, the digital salon.
- I strongly recommend a look at
Evolutionary Computer Graphics.
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