Posts under ‘gif’

DeepGlitch: creating glitchy iOS images with depth

It’s been around for years, but I’ve recently found myself spending a lot of time with the Seene app again. Seene is an iOS & Android app that allows you to create photos that are auto-magically converted into 3D renders. I used it for these Alcatraz photos from a few months back. Seene’s effect is […]

GHD appearance at Fallen Cosmos

I spent most of this weekend staging a fake protest at Fallen Cosmos in SF. Fallen Cosmos is an immersive art experience happening at Pier 70. Hundreds of artists came together to create installations and art for the show’s attendees. As part of this experience, myself and some friends made some signs about the “myth […]

Trixel Elements

Our GIF the Halls project wrapped last Wednesday, and I’ve been continuously making gifs ever since. I’m really digging this tool called Hexels, which is sort of like a pixel editor that lets you define the shape of your pixels. So instead of using four corners, I could use three (aka a “trixel”). I’ve used […]

GIF the Halls

For the past few months, I’ve been working with the team at WP-Engine Labs on a huge public art project called GIF the Halls. The project asked 7 artists, including myself, to create short animated greeting card designs. Users can then go to GIFtheHalls.com to pick a design and add a message, then we will […]

Ring Mountain is a blast

3D City is a year long stereoscopic photography project by Doctor Popular Posted these pics as part of my 3D City project, but I just wanted to mention how beautiful Ring Mountain is for hiking and whatnot. Apparently it’s great climbing too, but I didn’t bring my shoes with, so I’ll have to get back […]