Anshuman Ghosh's Playful Illusions Created with an iPhone
Loving this amalgamation of digital and analogue with Anshuman Ghosh's illustrations using an iPhone.
Personal identity, beginning in 2003 photo restitchings In this series of works in progress, I examine the question of personal identity in the age of digital information. The series shows a search for biographical traces in self-portraits with sewn-in original documents, beginning with my ...
OBJECT HEADS. OBJECT HEADS AS FAR AS THE EYE CAN SEE. Feel free to submit any photo/video/link/etc that involve object heads. Please cite the artist if possible. This includes your own art and characters as well if you'd like. Also feel free to ask us anything~ I...
Are We Addicted to the Internet?
Artist Maurice Mbikayi explores the effects of technology on identity and history, as well as how it has impacted Africa both positively and negatively. His art combines recycled materials such as old keyboard parts to telephone cords. Artwork and photos © Maurice Mbikayi Link via \\\
Impact sur la santé - [Test] Brouilleur de téléphone, le gadget interdit
Les téléphones portables sont pris pour cible depuis des années par des associations qui dénoncent les effets néfastes des ondes. D’aill...
Soul-Sucking Photos Show How Phone Addiction Is Stealing Our Souls
French photographer Antoine Geiger creates photos of people having their faces sucked into their cellphones. The project, titled SUR-FAKE, touches on issues of technology dependance and addiction: It is placing the screen as an object of 'mass subculture', alienating the relation to our own body, and more generally to the physical world.
Photographer photoshops mobile phones OUT of images
Photographer Eric Pickersgill created the fascinating photoseries, entitled Removed, after realising he would frequently turn his back on his wife while looking at his phone.