Imprevionism: Where Classic Art and Digital Media Collide


Andrew Tarantola

Imprevionism: Where Classic Art and Digital Media Collide Impressionism, developed by Claude Monet and his contemporaries in 19th century Paris, remains one of the most recognizable and popular movements in art. But how can such a traditionally static medium adapt to a rapidly evolving, digital world full of adorable puppy GIFs? By incorporating time-lapse video, of course.

Imprevionism, a collaboration between Vimeo contributors Jacek(JMS) and Ben, dovetails elements from Impressionism—a focus on light over detail, unique viewing angles, and the incorporation of movement—with the many of the same elements found in time-lapse videos to create this digitally animated montage.

Jacek(JMS) captured many of the time-lapse sequences himself using

Article source: http://gizmodo.com/5990125/imprevionism-where-classic-art-and-digital-media-collide

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