5 most creative .ART domain uses
Featured image: Black Rooster by Randal Ford
2018 would definitely be remembered as the year Banksy shredded his “Girl With Balloon”, at least in the art world. Website developer and digital ideologist Lee Martin created an online shredder thanks to which you can experience the pleasure of destroying any artwork or image of your choice – instantly, anonymously, and without any consequences. You’re welcome.
Procreate® is a creative application with over 130 handcrafted brushes that lets one create sketches, paintings and illustrations on the go, mostly used on iPad. The website itself looks like an art sketchbook, all of the device screens full of digital art. The “showcase” section of the website features popular and recent art created on the app.
DADA is a global social network where people speak to each other through drawings. It’s free to use. Nothing is uploaded – all the art is created by users on the platform. Anyone is welcome – a somewhat limited artistic toolbox makes even an amateur feel comfortable. With a simple and user-friendly interface, the platform leaves the spotlight for the more important – the healing power of collaborative art.
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When I first logged on to www.dada.art , it reminded me of the Windows’ Paint app, but in the best possible way! With...
mine.art is an almanac of digital art, with new artists found on the vast expanse of the Internet on a regular basis. With “floor to ceiling” visuals, the website is a gripping image you get absorbed by, each picture leading down the rabbit hole of the artist’s work. Representing a multitude of mediums from comix and fan art to graphics and kinetic art, this is a digital space to get stuck on.
Few photographers in the world have photographed as many animals in studio as Randal Ford. Animal portrait photography is captivating: putting wilderness in a human setting creates the kind of absurd and memorable beauty every artist strives for. Soon to be published in a print edition, Randal’s photos are the protagonists of his website. Ever wanted to make eye contact with a lion? Dive in.
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