Starry Night is one of Vincent Van Gogh's most iconic works, and now it's been made from dominos. It took 11 hours and 7,000 dominos to finish the display. This isn't dominos artist FlippyCat's first foray into fine art. He also recreated...Show More Summary
Flippycat, our favorite remarkably patient domino stacker, is back with another masterpiece—literally. This time around he's recreated Vincent van Gogh's Starry Night masterpiece from over 7,000 dominos that took 11 hours to painstaking arrange. More »
FlippyCat created a wonderful version of Vincent van Gogh’s Starry Night using 7067 dominos. This second attempt took 11 hours to build. Back in 2007 FlippyCat made Domona Lisa, the Monda Lisa created using 4519 dominos. via The Awesomer
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It may not have the luminosity of Van Gogh's original painting, but FlippyCat's is an impressive feat in itself. This 7,000-domino construction dissolves into neat simulacrum of The Starry Night. More »
The trick to building with dominoes is incredible patience. Nobody embodies this more than YouTube user FlippyCat. In this rather amazing video, FlippyCat creates and then demolishes a surprisingly accurate version of Van Gogh's famous Starry Night. Show More Summary
We’ve seen lots of re-creations and re-imaginings of classic art over the years, but this is something a little bit unusual and definitely surprising in its beauty — Vincent Van Gogh’s classic painting Starry Night recreated in dominoes. It took domino artist FlippyCat 11 hours and some 7,000-odd dominoes to build the piece, which of course had to be [...]
(YouTube link) Domino artist FlippyCat recreated the iconic Van Gogh painting Starry Night in dominoes -7,000 of them! Watching the build process is a real treat, although I’m glad it was sped up. As a bonus, we get to see a bit of the clean up and some outtakes as well. -via Buzzfeed
Domino master FlippyCat takes on Vincent Van Gogh’s masterpiece Starry Night using approximately 7,000 falling tiles. Despite a few glitches along the way, we’re still impressed. Link More Awesome Stuff for You to Click On: Bottle Cap Starry NightInteractive Starry Night68 Domino TechniquesLargest Domino Pyramid. Almost.Largest Domino Spiral
Remember that gorgeous Interactive Starry Night? It certainly put a high tech spin on one of Van Gogh’s most inspiring works. It’s one of my favorite pieces of art, especially the wind. Initially, I wondered if the guy who made it would release it for other platforms so that more people could…
We were hoping that Petros Vrellis could turn his mesmerizing touchscreen rendition of Van Gogh's Starry Night into an iPad app and now he did. Not only do you see Van Gogh's famous painting come to life but you can interact, play around and change it if you like too. $2 [iTunes] More »
Greek Artist Petros Vrellis is a big admirer of Vincent Van Gogh, which prompted him to produce an interactive version of Starry Night. It took him a patience-sapping six months to produce the original PC version, where finger swipes redirect the painter's famous daubs into a light and sound show. Show More Summary
Ever wonder what the wind really looks like? Turns out Vincent Van Gogh wasn’t far off when he painted Starry Night. The folks at Many Eyes, an experimental visualization company funded by IBM, have released an amazing map showing how the wind moves across the country in real time. Upon a quick glance, it’s easy [...]
If you think the above video is some sort of trippy adaptation of Van Gogh’s classic “Starry Night,” you wouldn’t be the first. Created by NASA’s ECCO2 project, which seeks to estimate the circulation and conditions of the world’s oceans, the animation consists of a portrayal of the surface currents that happened around the globe between [...]
Who knew that our ocean currents were constantly painting Van Gogh's Starry Night across the planet? This visualization, created by NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center Scientific Visualization Studio, captures the surface currents that danced and twisted across Earth's oceans from June 2005 through Decmeber 2007 while transporting heat and carbon through the waters. More »
Animator Petros Vrellis notes: A try to visualize the flow of the famous painting “Starry Night” of Vincent Van Gogh. The user can interact with the animation. Also, the sound responds to the flow. A simple, yet beautiful concept.
Bringing Van Gogh's opus to life: Starry Night (interactive animation) from Petros Vrellis on Vimeo.
One of Vincent Van Gogh’s masterpieces is now – by way of a multimedia artist – an interactive light and sound show that must be touched. What I know about Vincent Van Gogh: (a) he fictionally appeared in the tenth episode of Doctor Who – season one of the Matt Smith...Continue Reading on Walyou
The Starry Night has always been one of my favorite painting by Vincent Van Gogh. The awesomeness of the painting is particularly evident when you pay close attention to the intricate swirling patterns of wind in the sky. Now, it looks The Starry Night… just got upgraded to version 2.0.
(Credit: Video screenshot by Edward Moyer/CNET) Sometimes a painting is so beautiful you just want to reach right into it. Of course, if you happen to be in a museum, that impulse could get you tackled by a security guard. But Greek multimedia artist Petros Vrellis seems determined to let people satisfy the urge. Show More Summary