Digital Art

In this image by Koh, he uses two-dimensional photography to create holographic, three-dimensional constructions. Photographs are digitally printed on transparent film and laminated between clear plastic sheets.
In this image by Koh two-dimensional photography is used to create holographic, three-dimensional constructions. Photographs are digitally printed on transparent film and laminated between clear plastic sheets.This creates a 3 dimensional image of a woman.
'The Folly' is a three-screen digital work in which Arlo Mountford has animated three paintings by the sixteenth century Flemish artist, Pieter Bruegel the Elder. The editing of this piece was done on the computer.  
Nindityo Adipurnomo used three different photos in this piece and edited them by incorporating different colors into each different picture.
This photo is edited by adding texture through the use of square grids. It is layered by cropping pieces of it off the bottom. This is considered digital art because it is an edited photo.
Michael Wolf deforms, denaturalizes, and dramatically magnifies this image with digital technologies, and uses telephoto zoom lenses to photograph sneakily the life of the people living in the modern city.
This installation utilizes digital images that uses fractals to create shapes.
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