This is my latest submission: Sacred Geometry.
Some time ago I wrote about customizing our mockups on GIMP, since not all designers own a license of Adobe Photoshop.
In the meantime I installed Windows and Adobe Photoshop, then decided to revert to Ubuntu Studio and GIMP, finding myself again in the need of creating mockups for some of my latest pieces. Although all resources listed on that post are still valid and interesting, I was wanting something more, like something that was even easier to customize and that offered me at least some of the flexibility that most of the mockup bundles offer to Adobe customers. Continue reading
Sometimes less is more.
Glitch art, such a young art style, celebrates the imperfect perfection within us, making us accept the fact that we are who we are also thanks to our mistakes.
Each one of these pieces were made using the technique of databending: the base image is either an original drawing or picture, then carefully manipulated with GIMP, Wordpad, and Audacity, an audio mixer.