Learn about the making of This Exquisite Forest, an online collaborative art experiment presented by Google and Tate Modern. The project lets users create short animations that build off one another as they explore a specific theme.
Another excellent post by @robinsloan. This time, it’s on
the process of pushing a work of art or craft from the physical world to the digital world and back again…
Also known as the flip-flop. Who knew?
I would add one more excellent example of this type of flip-flop. I’ve admired the work of the extremely talented Richard Koci Hernandez (or @koci) for many years. And his recent collection of photography goes through this ingenious flip-flop process. Like me, he didn’t know it had a name.
Koci was kind enough to share with me his process and how he gets many of his images to look so analog.
Shoot photo - digital
Print out image - physical
Scratch print with knife - physical
Reshoot the image with iphone through and old camera viewfinder- physical/digital