Tag Archive: van gogh

Van Gogh’s Starry Night In Dominos

I swear I could run an art blog solely based around ways artists rework and reinterpret Van Gogh’s Starry Night! The latest creation I’ve seen is FlippyCat‘s domino rendition which took two attempts,… Continue reading

Vincent van Gogh – Starry Night (interactive animation)

Petros Vrellis has attempted to visualise the flow of Starry Night by Vincent van Gogh (one of the most famous and loved paintings in the world) using openFrameworks. You can’t interact with the… Continue reading

Starry Night inspirations: an Etsy shopping list

The Starry Night by Vincent van Gogh regularly tops lists of the world’s favourite art – in fact, an oil painting reproduction company recently revealed that the famous work was their customers’ most… Continue reading

Midnight Toastie take on The Starry Night

Given this blog seems to have become something of a fan site for Van Gogh‘s The Starry Night at the moment I would like to highlight one of the works I saw at… Continue reading

More pie chart art!

Following on from yesterday’s post on Arthur Buxton‘s pie chart interpretations of artworks I was wondering what other pie chart based artworks might be out there and found these fascinating pieces by Mario… Continue reading

Van Gogh pie charts – which painting is which?

Arthur Buxton‘s artwork combines two of my favourite things – maths and art. The five most prominent colours in each Van Gogh painting are represented as percentages in the pie charts below. See… Continue reading

Electrocuted olives and animated trains – when Intel does art

The press release for Remastered arrived in my inbox the other day and I must say it looks rather exciting! It’s a short-running exhibition at One Marylebone (a venue I’m rather partial to)… Continue reading

Vincent and the Doctor

An art writer’s take on ‘Vincent and the Doctor’.