• National Film Board of Canada Launches Circa 1948

    Circa 1948 offers a non-linear approach to storytelling through an interactive platform that brings creativity to a new level of exploration.  NFB’s Digital studio and artist Stan Douglas created a real-time 3D photorealistic environment that uses the native functions of the iPad and iPhone to enable the viewer to craft their own path within 1948’s […]

    Installation Magazine 0 Comments April 22, 2014
  • Francis Bitonti: The Algorithm of Contemporary Design

    New York based designer Francis Bitonti conceptualizes complex design through intricate materials and renderings.  Bitoni explains that in order to design for the future we must embrace its vernacular.  He explains, “we must design in that state, we must design through the machine, we must work through the algorithm if we want to speak a […]

    Francis Bitoni 0 Comments September 27, 2013
  • Maiko Gubler: Fab Fab

    Maiko Gubler is an artisan of digital fabrication, transforming 3D renderings into wearable works of art.  A visual artist based in Berlin, Gubler worked with digital modeling tools and colored gypsum to create her recent project of Gradient Bangles, which transforms virtual models into physical objects. I’m amazed that there is still an impression of […]

    Maiko Gubler 0 Comments August 9, 2013
  • Thingiverse: Art, To Go

    You’ve got your Makerbot, now reproduce famous works from the Met’s collection of art you can download and print at home in glorious 3D thanks to Thingiverse.  When it comes to Art – who says you can’t take it with you? View their collection of ready-to-go sculptures.  

    A. Moret 0 Comments July 24, 2013
  • Issue 03 Foreword

    It’s easy to romanticize what it means to be an artist.  The mind’s eye produces a lone, backlit figure brooding in an industrial warehouse, lost in a euphoric trance of creative clarity, with only his genius, paints and palette to keep him company.  But nothing creative is ever that simple– or glamorous. Rarely do we […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments June 20, 2013