Rachel Knoll is applying the old philosophical question, if a tree falls in the forest… to Twitter. Her art installation uses text to speech technology to play tweets with ‘nobody listens’ in a humanless Washington state forest. It’s sad, poetic, and more accurate than intended.
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Doodlers Anynamous is a blog where you can discover amazing artists and illustrators; it’s a treasure trove of great talent and some of the featured work is available as free wallpaper downloads for your phones and tablets. My favorite is a piece from Miami -based illustrator, Edau, whose creatures are quirky and cute. Web designer and illustrator, Muxxi, also made a wallpaper contribution : a magical scene with a giant, heart-patterned, diamond gazing alien child. It’s definitely a conversation starter.
To get your free wallpaper, visit the Drawn Wallpapers for the Digital Age archive and select your favorite. They come in sizes for iPhones, iPads, Androids and Tablets.
Most visitors to San Francisco visit The Golden Gate Bridge or China Town, but if you are not familiar with the city’s great wall murals, you might miss them altogether. To help you discover some great street art, there’s a nice little app that’s been put together by 1:AM Gallery (named after the 1st Amendment).
The content is user-generated and each photo can take you to their exact location using the geo tags. You can even browse by location – just open the map and view works within walking distance. I especially like the feature for directions that can take you to the highest rated murals. Read more