More Explosive Art by Alexandre Farto Aka Vhils Vhils (Alexandre Farto) is an artist who was previously featured for his street art. Vhils also works in other materials, and uses other techniques, including using explosives. He creates by subtracting, or creative destruction. He chisels away styrofoam, cork, and paint from wood doors to reveal beauty. He even carefully places explosives to blast away portions of exterior wall to create beautiful art. Thanks to Yatzer . Keep up with all your favorite artists on our Facebook Page . Posted by Lisa .
The ‘Spirotechnics’ of Paul Wintz Paul Wintz is an engineering student from Santa Barbara, California. Two years ago, he began his project which he calls ‘Spirotechnics’. He was learning how to program from Khan Academy, and was curious what would happen if you could put a Spirograph within another Spirograph. The answer he found was not disappointing. He realized there are an infinite amount of possible ‘Spirotechnics’ that can be created just by varying the radius and speed of each circle. Most settings create a tangled mess, but as you see, the results are beautiful when the parameters align correctly. Posted by Philip Follow Cross Connect on Tumblr
The Glowing GIFs of Yizr Yizr is a 22 year old GIF Artist from Chicago. He is a recent computer science graduate, and currently works as a software engineer for a financial company. He’s a self-described math geek, and uses his free time to create digital artwork and develop mobile games. Almost all of his work is made using the programming language called Processing. He spends a lot of time in nightclubs, and is inspired by club lights and neon lights. He tries to make GIFs that are a reflection of that inspiration. Posted by Philip ‘Like’ Cross Connect on Facebook
crossconnectmag : Digital Collages - Wouter Hisschemöller Digital techniques still play an important role in his creative process. His paintings today are based on photographic material found online. Of the millions of photos that are uploaded and shared daily, he searches the web for ones he might use. Using Photoshop these are cut, pasted and reorganized into collages that form the basis for his paintings. The collage acts as an allegory for the city and its people; a sometimes strange, sometimes unusual mix where seemingly random elements meet to, maybe just for a moment, form a composition. Cross Connect Mag | Like us on Facebook !
Artist on Tumblr - @ grafnarq Grafnarq illustrator from Montevideo, Uruguay, creates simplistic graphite portraits that have undeniable charm. These alluring female images have a natural visual pull, close-cropped at eye level, inviting the viewer in. via Follow him on DeviantArt and Behance . Art is the only way to run away without leaving home - run with us . posted by Margaret