Cultured Science

As complacency to digital art rises, consumers react to science-based artistry

Implications - There is little that cannot be rendered using computer animation, but a rising influx of scientific images as art are taking precedence for their simplistic beauty. As consumers become complacent to overly processed art, a move backwards to simple images of the natural world offers educational benefits in the form of entertainment.
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Hot Top 6 Examples: 35,484 Total Clicks Dec 13 - May 14
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Neon X-Ray Art - Artist Hugh Turvey Produces Compelling Transparent Art Images
SCORE: 6.5
V. Hot 9,114 Clicks Pub: Feb 5, 14
Neon X-Ray Art
Artist Hugh Turvey Produces Compelling Transparent Art Images
British artist Hugh Turvey turns ordinary objects into interesting transparent x-ray art. Turvey’s photograph Femme Fatale features a foot in a dangerously high stiletto, in the hopes of... [More]
Spectacular Science-Based Art - The New Work of Caleb Charland Focuses on Light and Fire
SCORE: 5.8
V. Hot 5,589 Clicks Pub: May 13, 14
Spectacular Science-Based Art
The New Work of Caleb Charland Focuses on Light and Fire
Back in 2010, the world was astounded by a series of science-based artworks involving fire, light, fruit and more; the new work of Caleb Charland is just as impressive. Although most of it still... [More]
3D Printed Self-Portraits - Artist Joshua Harker Uses a 3D Printer to Create an Elegant Portrait
SCORE: 6.2
Hot 8,042 Clicks Pub: Apr 1, 14
3D Printed Self-Portraits
Artist Joshua Harker Uses a 3D Printer to Create an Elegant Portrait
Artist Joshua Harker has created a new brilliant self-portrait. With the use of a 3D printer, CT and 3D scanning, Joshua Harker created an elaborate sculpture of his own face. With the CT scan... [More]
Psychedelic Brain Images - The Human Connectome Project Seeks to Better Understand the Human Brain
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Warm 3,500 Clicks Pub: Jan 24, 14
Psychedelic Brain Images
The Human Connectome Project Seeks to Better Understand the Human Brain
The Human Connectome Project was created by the National Institutes of Health who funded the project with $40 million dollars back in 2010. The goal of the Human Connectome Project is to “... [More]
Translucent Pigmented Fish Art - These Illustrations of Transparent Fish are Made of Neon Lights
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Warm 7,534 Clicks Pub: Dec 31, 13
Translucent Pigmented Fish Art
These Illustrations of Transparent Fish are Made of Neon Lights
These pigmented transparent fish creatures are photographed with neon lighting. The photography series created by Adam Summers showcases a narrow division between art and science in detailed fish... [More]
DNA-Infused Art - Genetic Ink Can Turn Your DNA into a Masterpiece
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Warm 1,705 Clicks Pub: Mar 19, 14
DNA-Infused Art
Genetic Ink Can Turn Your DNA into a Masterpiece
Start-up company Genetic Ink lets you decorate your living room with parts of yourself—literally. The New York company will make creative works of art from your DNA. Genetic Ink will send you... [More]