A few days ago I added an Art Title Generator to my web site. I did so as a consequence of having writer's block on coming up with a title for a generative artwork I had created at the beginning of the week.
As a part of doing my income taxes, I go through my sales on Redbubble for the tax year and total up the commissions I was paid (aka the artist's margin). This year while doing that it struck me that I had never really thought about what products people were buying - instead focusing on what artwork/photography was selling.
One of the negatives with respect to digital art is that the concept of an original does not apply as it does with traditional art. What has long been viewed as a shortcoming does offer digital artists at least one unique capability.
I'll be spending the next few days at the Capricon Science Fiction Convention at the Westin in Wheeling IL and once again I'll be participating in the convention's programming. The highlight for me will be my presentation on Saturday Planet Earth As Art: The View From Space.
One of the projects I undertook over the Thanksgiving holidays was to create a new series of abstract algorithmic artworks. The first of these artworks that I've made available on Redbubble and Crated is the piece Euclidean Chaos.
I write this post on my Dell XPS 17 laptop which I purchased in the summer of 2011. It has served as my main computer for everyday tasks and has served me reasonably well except for its failing hardware.