better known as DELTA, was one of the top european graffiti artist in the early 90's, i always love is work and style, and today when i cleaned up some old Safari links, i refound a link to is old website...
And i remember this so cool video, showing his graffiti style, in a artistic 3D way, a sort of augmented reality before the time..
Today, Boris Tellegen wakes up at 6 a.m. to the sound of his infant wanting to be fed. After daddy duty, Telegen becomes DELTA, a name he scribbled furiously on Amsterdam property, in his youth. “The fact that I’m not 20 or 25, personally, I don’t feel the urge to prove myself anymore as a writer,” he says, adding that letters continue to be the base of his creations, and is in his Amsterdam studio crafting monolithic art for his personal satisfaction and his client’s needs. Telegen’s passion rests in yesterday’s future, “I choose my name in the ‘80’s. I choose the name DELTA, because I thought it sounded cool and, at the time, Transformers were on television and rappers were called Captain Rock, Flash and the Ultramagnetic MCs,” he says, adding that his vinyl toy, Rader (the Rader toy is limited with 600 produced), is a tribute to yester-decade’s future.
CGArchitect.com have just put online their last survey about the visualization industry.
The Abvent Group, editor and publisher of Artlantis software, present The Artlantis Attitude by Dwight Atkinson.
Commissioned by Abvent, The Artlantis Attitude builds on the basic Artlantis tutorials and Help files by promoting an attitude of efficiency.
The 227-page book is a collection of ideas and practices covering the strengths of Artlantis Render and Artlantis Studio. Offering strategies and illustration principles used by professional illustrators, the book is a must-have for Artlantis users who are serious about getting the most out of this innovative rendering tool.
According to Atkinson, “The Artlantis Attitude screen companion projects the user into the Artlantis performance stratosphere by dissecting projects ranging from modest interiors to office towers. This is a guide to artistic and productive success.”
Dwight Atkinson is curious. (as he call itself on is Flickr...)
rendering guru and author of Lightworks in ArchiCAD, Using Artlantis since 1997, He has learned more things about computer illustration
An architect and public artist, he excels in computer illustration because his work is on the edge of design.
He keeps trying to make Artlantis do better things.
I'm so proud and happy to be approach by Dwight, for givin some of my tricks for the book, thanks again Dwight.
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