Month long show of prints covers everything from abstract illustrations to London landmarks to Star Wars poster art
Michael Burns is a freelance writer with almost 20 years experience of covering the creative industries.
As well as writing for Digital Arts and a variety of major trade publications, he has been involved in conference production and has written a number of books on digital content creation.
He also provides freelance advisory, writing and production services for companies in the film, TV, design and interactive media sectors.
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Brighton's digital design festival announces 2015 speaker line-up, with theme of Designing the Future.
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Released today, Serif's creative Mac app hopes to emulate success of Affinity Designer
Digital effects and miniatures shot in-house deliver VFX for Brad Bird's futuristic world
Get a drone's eye view of the stunts showcasing the Peugeot 208's reversing camera.
This film shot for Marriott uses 30,000 high-res stills and motion control for a totally immersive experience.
Already in use by Framestore, the MotionBuilder plug-in offers a more natural movement for CG characters
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