Dreadful Impressions: Dictaphone’s “Poems From A Rooftop”

Dictaphones became  popular circa 1910, through the Columbia Gramophone Company, as a way of transcribing speech.  Using wax cylinders, which by this point had been replaced by disc technology for most sound recording, these devices, resembling elaborate hookahs, were the last vestiges of Alexander Graham Bell’s revolutionary discoveries in sound fidelity.  Some still claim that… More

Tatiana Plakhova

Biosphere View more of Tatiana’ work here. Tatiana Plakhova is an art director, graphic designer and illustrator. She graduated from Moscow State University with a Masters in Social Psychology, and later studied at The Higher Academic School of Graphic Design. Her clientele includes Playboy, Wired Magazine and 33 Across, among others. Her work has been… More

Tanya Johnston

Combining photos with illustrated imagery and obviously well thought out and often existential ideas, Johnston’s work bridges gaps between art, design, science and energy. More

Digital

Jeffrey Parker The numb narcotic of scrolling down the forever page, growing longer as the day dissolves its relevance into repetitions of images and words, floating over black electricity and disappearing as quickly from memory as from the last neurons – shifting between the hum of backlit screens and the faint subconscious, the dead white… More

Eros, than[atos]kfully

An expansive and cerebral collaborative series of visual poetry by artists Peter Ciccariello and Mez Breeze. More

Giga Kobidze

A beautiful series of designs along with a well-fitting classical musical accompaniment. View in full screen and pop the headphones on. It might just make you feel like Tony Soprano for a spell. More

Sara Blake (ZSO)

This month in The Eye is NYC based illustrator Sara Blake (aka ZSO). Her work is the embodiment of modern technique, and represents what happens when traditional media collides with modern digital processes and a beautiful mind. Look, admire, enjoy… More

Mike de Lange

The Soul of Damascus – The traveling photographer sets his lens on Damascus More

Mike de Lange

The Soul of Vietnam – Throughout this startling collection, travel photographer Mike de Lange demonstrates an ability to capture the unpolished elegance of a culture, a country, and a people. More

Algorithmic Abstracts

There are two components to the artwork that I am currently producing. First is the process; The challenge of composing images and code that create sprawling abstractions with multiple levels of detail excites and inspires me. I am especially interested in the use of generative and emergent processes combined with traditional composition of color and line… More

Angles & Insight

The world is constructed of lines and angles, shapes and wavelengths; I have presented these elements in a way that envelops them as cohesive compositions. More