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You’ve probably come across quite a lot of “pop” art which uses the notion of glitching. Glitching is a trend in visual design and digital arts that treats visuals as if there is a digital error… or a glitch. It’s not new, as I first saw it in the late 80’s with the cyberpunk movement. But it seems to have a come back today.

We are seeing this everywhere at the moment. From music videos to conceptual art and it’s even starting to creep into advertising. I like it! :)

I’ve stumbled upon a nifty little web app that allows you to upload an image file, and lets you play with some variables to produce your own glitched image! try it out here!

 

“I rarely do guest blog posts on my blog. But when Courtney pitched to me the idea of this post, not only did I think it was clever, I also thought that many of you might find this article quite insightful. So I hope you enjoy it as much as I did and of course I welcome all feedback! Thomas”

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I know that the parallel between God and Google is starting to be a cliche, but somehow since the beta launch of Google+ this came top of mind again for me. As Google just added yet another divine quality to its already quite potent set of services to us humble servants of Google. : )

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“This is only the second guest blog post here on ‘Digital Thoughts’, but I was approached by @iamrinaldi, who runs The View Magazine. He told me about a contest he is running where talented creative people can submit one visual and all of us can then vote on. Interested? Well I certainly am! So I asked him to write up a guest post to tell us all about how it works.” @ThomasMarzano

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