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Animated Interactive Starry Night


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Digital artist Petros Vrellis created an interactive version of Vincent Van Gogh's painting Starry Night. The brushstrokes movie and activate music. Vrellis tells more about the project at Creative Applications. Link -via The Daily What

 

See also: Starry Night is Everywhere!

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That's got nothing on that scene in Doctor Who where The Doctor, Amy and Vincent are looking up at the night sky and Vincent describes what he see's and as he describes it the sky that Amy and The Doctor can see gradually morphs into Vincent's vision.

That whole episode did so much to bring to the works of Van Gogh people who had never really thought about painted art. It beautifully written and produced, such a shame that Curtis managed to put his usual sickly sweet (and indeed boak inducing) trademark on the ending. I was just at the point of thinking, "hey, maybe Curtis isn't all bad" and then he went and spoiled it.
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