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Artist Rob Sheridan created a series of visuals for the band How to Destroy Angels’ Welcome Oblivion and An omen EP, saying “these images were created by disrupting signals through analog tape and display equipment, not with Photoshop effects.”

Artist Rob Sheridan created a series of visuals for the band How to Destroy Angels’ Welcome Oblivion and An omen EP, saying “these images were created by disrupting signals through analog tape and display equipment, not with Photoshop effects.”

Amazing paintings by Jens Hesse, 1973, Heessen, Germany. Works and lives in Antwerp, Belgium. In his website you can see the paintings grouped by different kind of digital distortions such as influenced by digital distorted satellite signals, datamosh videos, interlace effects, and by anaglyph images. Jens usually paints with oil and acrylic. I really like when he uses corduroy for two of his painting series (digital distorted satellite signals and  interlace effects) to get a excellent…

Amazing paintings by Jens Hesse, 1973, Heessen, Germany. Works and lives in Antwerp, Belgium. In his website you can see the paintings grouped by different kind of digital distortions such as influenced by digital distorted satellite signals, datamosh videos, interlace effects, and by anaglyph images. Jens usually paints with oil and acrylic. I really like when he uses corduroy for two of his painting series (digital distorted satellite signals and interlace effects) to get a excellent…

Some experiments with a flatbed scanner with @Helene Potet Potet Chataigner Glitch experimental photography poster

Some experiments with a flatbed scanner with @Helene Potet Potet Chataigner Glitch experimental photography poster

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