“Iconic paintings by artists like Leonardo DaVinci, Sandro Botticelli and Georges Seurat have become an intrinsic part of our cultural landscape, even as we progress far beyond the time periods in which they were completed. And, whether paying tribute or appropriating, making comments on the art itself or what we have become, today’s artists place these works in the modern context using photography, Photoshop, and other technology”, write Weburbanist who put together an impressive collection.
jotta: Remastered – A Visibly Smart production
Drawing on Intel technologies including Intel PCs running CAD software, 3D animation and conductive ink, collaborators in Intel’s ‘Remastered Project’ have interpreted works like The Last Supper in entirely unexpected ways. LED lights and electronic ink make the stars of Van Gogh’s The Starry Night come alive, literally sparkling before our eyes; Edvard Munch’s The Scream is evoked with an installation using bricks, TV screens and looping animations. Each project can be seen in photographs and videos at Intel.com.