Friday, September 21, 2012

Art and Technology Collide (with a splat)

Found this way cool site that you MUST visit!


 I was doing some research on artists to get involved in the "Kids Get Arty - Exploring Artists" Linky hosted by Red Ted Art, The Imagination Tree, Imagination Soup, Tinkerlab, Creative with Kids and Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas (next on Nov 14) and ran across this site:

He is an artist that became very famous for splatting and dripping paint on canvases.
I loved this site and so did Little Mister. We played for hours. 
The page opens as a blank canvas. All you do is move the cursor across the screen and WOW! If you move swiftly, you get a thin line. Moving slowly gets you a thicker splattered line. Left clicking changes the color of the "paint". Make paintings with few colors or many colors, your the artist!

Only thing I did not like is I found no way to save the pictures. I had to pull out my over-worked camera and snap a few shots! Oh well, it is still an amazing way for art and technology to collide, with a SPLAT!



Little Mister couldn't get enough of all the colors. He kept clicking and splatting! It appears the paint pallet is endless! Best of all, no mess to clean up.
LOVE IT

6 comments:

  1. This is awesome!! I am a nanny to a 2 year old and always looking for new things to do! Following you back via GFC. Thanks for sharing!

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  2. Isn't that site brilliant?! I have enjoyed reading yours as well!
    Be blessed,
    Julie

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  3. So neat! Love it! Thanks so much for stopping by and linking up with us! Following you back now. :) Hope to see you again next time!

    ♥Nicole @ Me + the Moon

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  4. How fun and no clean up, so it's the best of both worlds!

    Thank you for stopping by and following. Have a great weekend!

    Kelly @ Our Everyday Harvest

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  5. Oh, how fun!! Thank you for sharing at Sharing Saturday!!

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  6. Oh wow splatter paintings with no mess! Brilliant.

    Thanks for linking to the Sunday showcase.

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