Artist Philip Stearns is known for turning digitally produced imagery into art, so it's not surprising that Stearns' latest project involves him using bright error codes as the basis of his intricate camera glitch art.
Stearns says that his favorite form of media is electronics and this is certainly apparent in many of this Brooklyn-based artist's past works. Stearns's latest series of limited edition coverlets were made by taking photos with purposefully broken cameras.
This camera glitch art aims to project Stearns' understanding of the "layered irony" perpetuated by this digitally formatted psychedelic imagery. The coverlets measure 40 by 60 inches and come at around $300 per creation. With only five coverlets available for each design in this series, you better visit the Glitch Textiles website and get your hands on this fantastic digital artwork while quantities lasts.
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