Hundertwasser’s imperfect buildings

The use of tile, strong, primary colors and biomorphic forms is what represents artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser, who’s work is reflected not only in architecture, but applied in theory as well.


Friedensreich Hundertwasser (1928–2000) was an Austrian painter, architect, and sculptor best known for his architecture. He initially gained acclaim for his paintings, but later became more renowned for his unique architectural styling.

In the 1950s, Hundertwasser began designing architectural projects.

His main focus was integrating natural aspects of the surrounding landscape into his one of a kind works, with the accent put not on the design itself but on the sensation created by it and the way it would reflect into the eyes of the viewer.



The experiences offered by his creations transcend the linear, regular lines that modern architecture have established ( he considered a straight line the devil’s tool).


The irregular forms of his works were considered to be more appropriate and better connected to the imperfect human nature.

His hunger for a better understanding of the human being led him to architecture focused on human, environmental friendly buildings, rejecting straight lines and functionalism that led to human misery, monotony and excessive rationality.

He considered that the man should stop trying to contain nature and that he, as part of the natural world, should coexist in harmony with the surroundings.


All of his architectural projects included uneven floors, woods on the roof, vegetation.

Datamoshing : when technology error become art

Datamoshing is the practice of intentionally using compression artifacts in digital video and animated GIFs that is sometimes to referred to as “glitch art.”



According to the tech blog Bit_Synthesis published a post titled “Datamoshing – the Beauty of Glitch,” the practice of datamoshing had been used by digital artists since at least 2005. In 2006, a technique created by artists Betrand Planes and Christian Jacquemin transcodes one lossy video format into another was demonstrated with the modified DivX video codec DivXPrime.

On August 2nd, 2007, YouTuber Michael Crowe uploaded a video titled “Takeshi Murata,” which featured a montage of datamoshed videos (shown below).


On February 24th, 2009, YouTuber datamosher uploaded a datamosh instructional video (shown below). On June 16th, rapper Kanye West released the music video for his song “Welcome to the Heartbreak” (shown below), which featured many datamoshed video artifacts. Within the first four years, the video gathered more than 10.3 million views and 11,400 comments.

On May 16th, 2011, YouTuber Yung Jake uploaded a music video titled “Datamosh,” which included a variety of compression artifacts (shown below). On March 25th, 2012, the /r/brokengifs subreddit was launched, featuring animated GIFs created using datamoshing techniques.


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The data is used today to make political and social satire , not to mention the artistic aspect . As the leading exponents of street art . Below some example.










Stupid Girls

Stupid Girls is the first single extracted from the music of Pink fourth album I’m Not Dead. The song debuted February 25, 2006.

Pink explained that he noticed that many girls who live near his Los Angeles home aspire to become like the personalities pop icon world, more concerned at the appearance and appearance rather than for his career and talent. The inortodossa pop star has been inspired to some colleagues in a parody of the video Stupid Girls, in which shows how these personalities are not a good example for the girls and invite them to cultivate independence.


The music video shows Pink in the two opposite personalities, Angel and Demon try to influence the decision on the fate of a child to choose between the Appearing of the pop stars of today or the Being.

The Algorithm Of Beauty, Designed By Benetton

The campaign is called The Face of The Cit and has the goal of creating the ideal face without limitation, interpreting all the sights of Tokyo, New York, Milan, Berlin, Paris and London. So the models are the result of a digital construction, made through an algorithm that combined the faces of hundreds of women. To build the face of Benetton cioascuna city has analyzed the demographics. The faces even if they are so beautiful standards take into account the composition of the population of the cities and the most common facial characteristics.

Luca Malafarina

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