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Chronicle of Higher Ed.
New York Times
Information ScienceMathematical imagery: Explore the world of mathematics and art
Data as art: Designs making people aware of context.
Iota Center: The art of abstraction in the moving image.
SwarmSketch: an ongoing online canvas of distributed design.
Their Circular Life: a 24-hour cycle of everyday urban life unfolds.
Phylotaxis: Derived from the Fibonacci Sequence.
Art of Science: Imagery produced in the course of research
Eye of Science: Combining scientific exactness with aesthetic appearances.
Complexification: Computer programs creating graphic images.
Visual CultureArt FaceOff: digital art portfolios
STUART:Myspace for artists
With over 2.4 million pieces in their collection, it is no surprise that the Peabody Essex Museum has developed ARTSCAPE an online multimedia tool that allows visitors to create their own themed collections
Lakota wintercount: searchable database of images
Decorations of the Moscow Metro: 450 photos and 27 panoramas
Painting the weather:
weather’s symbolic significance in art.
What is a CoverPop? Each is an interactive mosaic, made of tiny images.
Subway Stations: 40 remarkable metro system
Bioglyphs: painting with bacteria
The Earth As Art:
from the NASA Landsat-7 satellite.
Assorted InterestsJunkCharts: Recycling chartjunk as junk art
Digital photrealism: Paintings created in Illustrator and Photoshop without scans
Editor: Tami Sutcliffe
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