Portland-based artist Brenna Murphy mostly makes digital art but every once in a whole she goes analog. Murphy seems mostly interested in art based around CAD drawings, Photoshop and the highly-pixelated digital debris often associated with Internet art.
As an artist, Brenna Murphy clearly displays a digital world view. Occasionally this outlook is translated in way that even a Luddite could understand and appreciate. Murphy uses food, rocks, dirt, pencils, and anything else she can get her hands on to make several large repeating, textile-like patterns.
Digital Artist Brenna Murphy Makes Mainframes Out of Ordinary Objects
Marissa Liu — October 2, 2009 — Art & Design
References: flickr & wrongdistance