This post is a personal collection of my most recent glitched self-portraits that I have uploaded at my profile in ELLO. I have been using only my cell-phone and several apps for Android to achieve these results. Tools used for
Playfully Complex Narratives in Collages by Sombra | Illusion Magazine
Source: Playfully Complex Narratives in Collages by Sombra | Illusion Magazine
The Collages of Guy Maddin – The Criterion Collection
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The 13 Works of Art That Shaped Guillermo del Toro
From the books and movies that inspired Guillermo del Toro, to his must travel guide (with all the spooky intel), here is what GDT is feeling. Source: The 13 Works of Art That Shaped Guillermo del Toro, as Told by GdT's
Vintage circus posters picture kangaroos and women trapped in ice
20th C. Vintage circus posters Send in the clowns, the acrobats — and Omikron, the living gasometer. by Europeana 1923 "Arthur Klein-family." The Circus Museum via Europeana 1910 "Circus Corty-Althoff — The Banola Family. Known as the greatest gymnasts in the world. The
Kurt Schwitters y su obra de vanguardia en Cuenca
Kurt Schwitters y su obra de vanguardia en Cuenca.
Carteles polacos: El estilo que rompió todos los esquemas del diseño gráfico.
Fantastic Polish movie posters of well-known American films | Dangerous Minds
Fantastic Polish movie posters of well-known American films | Dangerous Minds.
Norway’s new bank notes
Norway’s new bank notes The central bank of Norway has decided on the design of its next bank notes after a competition, based on the theme of “The Sea.” And—unsurprisingly, given Scandinavia’s reputation for beautiful design—they are pretty special.
Glitch | Public Domain Art & Code
Glitch is Dead, Long Live Glitch! Art & Code from the Game Released into Public Domain The collaborative, web-based, massively multiplayer game Glitch began its initial private testing in 2009, opened to the public in 2010, and was shut down in 2012.