GIFs are everywhere these days and we are not sure why they have suddenly become so trendy but we seem to have stepped on the wave and are giving you 5... Read more
This is simply amazing.
London-based artist Emma Allen uses face paint to show herself aging, dying, and being reborn. It took her five days of face... Read more
His name is Hal Lasko, his nickname Grandpa. What he did for living is something we will probably never see again – he was a graphic artist back... Read more
Meet Tatsuo Horiuchi, a 73-year old Excel spreadsheet artist. Yes I know, you must be thinking “Excel spreadhseet, wth?!“. While millions of... Read more
Some people out there may recognise themselves when I say that 2 of my hobbies, 2 of the things I spend the most at are typing on a computer and looking,... Read more
The last few years have seen the rise of digital art. Devices such as Ipads have been at the forefront of this and some artists already master the new... Read more
Animation by Namchild (based on ‘Duel’ by Lohenhart)
All effects (incl. motion blur/explosions/wind/wood etc.) are in shot and were happening... Read more
Erik Johansson is one of those guys who have raw talent. He excels on digital photography and produces outstanding results. And you know what? He has not... Read more
We have come across to this stunning time lapse video from Pedro Simão and could not resist to share it. Ah we miss the Big Apple, we gotta get back... Read more
Photo by Sam Pelletier
Noise. Noises. They are everywhere these days and unique in their own ways but can they be assimilated to art too?
Labspace Studio... Read more
This is amazing what you can produce with very little money, this video below only costs $80.
All the word to “Magnolia” (188) was handmade... Read more
We present you the latest animation from filmmaker and human beatboxer, Luke Cavalan (aka LC Beats). Entitled “Day Tripper”, the stop motion... Read more
Samsung and the Galaxy Note II introduce Liquid Pixels. A short film documenting a piece of interactive water art, controlled solely using the Galaxy Note... Read more
When I first saw these pictures by photographer Jean-Paul Bourdier, I was completely amazed by the clever compositions and jusxtapositions and even more... Read more
Invader‘s trademark, the so recognisable pixelated alien character from the even more famous arcade game from the 80′s has been seen by... Read more
The 500 Festival, a new art and music festival is coming to Shoreditch this October and promised to entertain you all day and night and showcase of some... Read more
Tokyo has always been a mistery to me, one of these cities that will you blow away for sure. What follows would certainly water my eyes. At the occasion... Read more
When I first watched this video of Daniel Franke & Cedric Kiefer’s soundsculpture project, I was fascinated and watched it again several times.
Not... Read more
I have not been felling so excited like this for a while. Steady, I am talking here about the concept of sound painting. I know what you are thinking right... Read more
920 pencils and 5125 images is what what Jonathan Chong (also called Dropbear) needed to put together this very neat stop-motion for the Melbourne-based... Read more
Gaston Gouron is a visual media artist based in Brussels. His work caught my attention at a show about art books. Not by surprise, yet I think more by... Read more
There are quite a few light-painting based videos/animations out there these days, some very well done, some others a bit less but what about this one... Read more
We were very impressed about 2 years ago when we stumbled upon the stop motion video from Tobias Stretch called Lucia a mesmerizing work, creepy at times... Read more
This is simply one of the most exciting projects I have come across recently. My liking for this amazing technology is probably the result of a personality... Read more
Video installation by the creative Brooklyn duo Sweatshoppe. The principle is simple: a LED roller paints video onto a wall. The effect is guaranteed.
Thanks... Read more
When I first heard about ‘fractal’ art, I did not have a clue what it could be so I thought I’ll investigate this further and was quickly... Read more
Some will tell you how ugly all these road signs, billboards and others are and how much they give our cities an ugly look. This is when The Billboard... Read more
We have met with Paul Collis, a talented mixed medias artist, who accepted to answer a few questions for us. Here is the interview.
ART-PIE: Tell us about... Read more
Light Painting WiFi is the creation of Timo Arnall, Jorn Knutsen, Einar Sneve Martinussen. Their work explores the invisible terrain of WiFi networks in... Read more
Microsoft must have amazed quite a few of us with their latest innovation, I want to talke here about Kinect by like for all genius products, there is... Read more
Lego, lego and lego. We like it very much here at ART-PIE and were very excited to learn about the release of their latest short film – The Brick... Read more
I just love the concept and even more the outcome: a unique series of prints now available to purchase at Prescription Art
8-bitscapes is a collaboration... Read more
Without mentioning (but I will anyway) that the hype around Damien Hirst these days is far too much, member of the YBA (Young British Artists) is, was,... Read more
If you read my post about digital painting, you may have got that ART-PIE believes in the ‘get your hands dirty’ approach when it comes to... Read more
I always find fascinating when an artist can juggle between medias or techniques, when artists can be as varied as Gordon Cheung is. It is definitely a... Read more
With computers everywhere (or almost) and the digital age, a new form of art is emerging and while the end product can be rather astonishing, this can... Read more
What an exciting concept and so twenty-first century! Any web 2.0 person with a strong interest in art has to embrace this concept.
Not surprising that... Read more
Stop-motion (also known as stop-action or frame-by-frame) is an animation technique to make a physically manipulated object appear to move on its own.... Read more
A man runs. He falls down. He struggles back onto his feet and he runs some more. It’s a simple narrative. Even without much detail, you can understand... Read more