The digital art on your desktop!
Added: (Mon Sep 03 2001)
Pressbox (Press Release) -
Find photographic images to use like backgrounds for the desktop of the own PC, is certainly one of the easier on the world wide web. The sites that offers to tons are many hundreds, organized for categories and with possibility of search.
It is more difficult, instead, find backgrounds for the desktop that are also an original graphic work. Generally, in fact, these is on the internet site of the same artists that creates them, often little known to the big public; and many times, besides, they on these sites are only 3 or 4 desktops.
Bring the computer art on the desktop of each it is the ambitious objective that is set an Italian digitals artist. Heir of the big tradition of the visual Italian art, last exponent of a family that, from four generations, has seen numerous painters, sculpturals and ceramists, Enrico Tomaselli is an affirmed web designer, that of computer art has an interpretation much 'user oriented'.
In this sense, the choice of create original and artistic backgrounds for the desktop, using the tools of the digital designer (Photoshop, Corel Draw, Xara), is the expression of an aware orientation toward a 'low' art, handicraft, that create multiple and not unique pieces.
And in direction of this multiplicity places the choice also of present, between the pages of the web site of his own professional activity, the collection of the desktops - around 150 work, currently - realized from the author.
Attainable to the DESK area of the site (http://www.metatad.it/), the collection, that gets rich continually of new work, present, for everyone desktop, a thumbnail and a double link for download, respectively, the 1024x768 and 800x600 version - both in compressed format .zip.
In a next future, on the site will open a SHOP area also, where they will be acquired T-shirt, mouse pad and other objects, decorated with work of the author, as well as personalized desktops and screen savers.
tad / web design & computer art
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