Tag Archives: computer assisted design

the electronic ink of sam curry

The information is thin regarding the historical and social context which influences artist Sam Curry. However, the outcome of his influences is revealed by his catalog of digital art, currently available for study at the community website archive deviantart.com.

art in the 21st century

United States Postal Service: America On The Move postage stamps. In the general course of aesthetic history, there have been countless attempts to define ideals;  but there are no genuine assertions that proclaim aesthetic progress occurs. Yet, in the realm of industrial design, and the mediums that inform and define it, there is a genuine technological progress.… Read More »

a workable plan: building a car from concept to production

 “How A Car Is Made from Invention to Launch” by Don Sherman, Car and Driver magazine, November 18, 2015. The time required is the most interesting and secretive part of a car’s gestation; a crash program to replace a dead-on-its-wheels product may take only half the time invested in a normal, full-redesign effort. In our… Read More »

styling and aerodynamics

Keep It Clean, Simple, & Pure The decade of the 1950’s is often characterized by advances in art and science. Contemporary artist Sam Curry produced his interpretation of an early ’50’s Chrysler Hemi V-8 (top image) by using computer photo-editing tools Cinema 4D, and Photoshop CS3.