The work by Mark Barrow and Sarah Parke uses images of a 20,000 year-old celestial explosion taken by the Hubble Telescope
Students were challenged to create still and motion digital artworks that incorporated technology
Lost data is given a second chance at life as interesting pieces of art.
Taken from 20 stories up this photo details all of the buildings in the city.
SparkleMasters is a company that uses sequins to create intricate, pixelated imagery for advertising.
Jeff Thompson's project explores the notion of infinity by slightly changing the pixels of an image.
In the 'Animated Tower', staff and students from the University of Health Sciences in Switzerland opened and closed the windows and shutters to create various patterns.
Artist Patrick Runte imagines what it would look like if Tetris blocks and other icons were anthropomorphized into the real world
Our intuitive process of storing mental images resides outside our control, and perhaps with good reason.