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Posts tagged ‘art’


Daily Panorama Adios Adain Avion

On the day that the plane moves on to it’s next destination, here is a panorama of the interior of the fuselage taken on Vetch Veg Friday, hence the tables full of vegetables.

It was a truly remarkable thing which I hope you got the opportunity to see. If not, I hope you have a decent excuse.



Mona Lisa and Lana Del Ray Jumbled (with PhotoSynth)

As you may or not be aware, I’m more than a little obsessed with high-end technology which can be used for evil lo-end/lo-fi output. So with a little work (and a distinct lack of skill, which I ooze) and an iPhone 3GS (okay, it’s not exactly high end given the advent of Stephen Hawking now being available in your phone) one can ‘break’ things just enough to get some alternative and (albeit to me) pleasing results.

As per usual, I’ve been fluffing around with PhotoSynth on the iPhone and this time I’ve been using it on a variety of 2D images on my laptop screen. The trick this time is not to be all accurate and precise with the movement and turning, but instead to just go a bit wild, grabbing what you can when you can. PhotoSynth will tell you ‘NO’ (with it’s red box of in inrecognition) but if you move around enough, it will latch on to some part of the image and go green so you can snap it quick.

Here then is Mona Lisa and Lana Del Ray jumblified humbly:

If anyone has any suggestions for images to jumblyfy then comment me up and then some.


A review of the Arts in Wales 2011

On Emma Geliot’s fine blog is a pretty comprehensive review of the year that was 2011 in Welsh art:

Backwards and Onward

And as for the Glynn Vivian refurb… who thought it would ever happen?