Art isn’t just about dragging a paintbrush or a stick of charcoal across a sheet of paper anymore. Even just using a camera isn’t enough for this modern day and age. Artists like Ayaka Ito use computer programming to create something new and exciting.Graphic designer and illustrator Ito, who originally hails from Japan but currently resides in New York City, tells us that she began her Scribbled Line People project in 2008 for a ’3D Motion & Particle’ course offered at her alma mater, Rochester Institute of Technology. She has a history of incorporating photography into her artwork but adding an element of programming couldn’t have been accomplished without her collaborator Randy Church. The duo used applications like Flash and Photoshop to break down the photographic images and build them back up into intriguing portraits composed of a series of interweaving lines.
Source : mymodernmet