Vice Magazine and Intel have this thing called The Creators Project that “celebrates visionary artists across multiple disciplines who are using technology in innovative ways to push the boundaries of creative expression.”
And apparently they think I fall into that category. I hope no one tells them I’m just dicking around on the computer after work.
29th Floor is the creative alias of one Daniel McFarland, a Philadelphia-based digital artist who’s into lucid dreaming and “spy stuff,” and hates both printers and their damned printer ink. He’s worked as a creative in music and web design/development since 1995, but it’s his recent avalanche of warped and looping animated GIFs that are providing us with today’s wonders.