Tuesday, March 30, 2010


Some amazing stuff from Rudy:

Spring is sprung but does your garden grow flowers like the ones blooming in Japanese artist Macato Murayama's imagination?

And since we're discussing growth, you would've been the star of the class if you'd grown something like this in Biology 11. No hallucinogenics were abused in the making of Klari Reis' petri dish art.

Then there's this amazing new Photoshop tool called the content-aware fill. It's like Photoshop with its own brains. I would have embedded the demonstration video here but I can only post small-dimension videos on this Old Blogger template and it helps to see it larger so check it out directly.


Blogger dinahmow said...

Strange...I grew broom for years. It was never blue! ;-)

30/3/10 1:48 p.m.  
Blogger Ellen said...

I could use some Rudy links for my fading blog:) The petri dishes together are striking, kind of like a science minded Chihuly sculpture.

30/3/10 8:13 p.m.  
Blogger Hayden said...

Now THOSE are lovely fantasy garden flowers! what fun!

31/3/10 7:52 a.m.  
Blogger WithinWithout said...

Amazing, Andrea! As usual!

31/3/10 1:35 p.m.  

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