For the vegetarians among us.
AI generated image baked into the glazing of real porcelain Delft Blue style plates.
Embrace "The AI Legacy Project"!
Join me in "The AI Legacy Project", where my passion for merging traditional art with modern technology flourishes. This project represents my longstanding commitment to blending the old and the new.
We're giving digital phenomena like memes a timeless form through Delft Blue Plates. These plates are more than art; they're a fusion of ceramics and glass, a durable and beautiful medium.
Every plate is a unique blend of tradition and innovation, preserving our digital narrative in a format that has endured for centuries. It's about immortalizing the ephemeral, transforming today's digital culture into a lasting legacy.
Be a part of "The AI Legacy Project", where we bridge time and technology in the realm of art.
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Arno Coenen graduated from Academie Minerva in Groningen in 1997 and obtained an MFA in computer graphics at Media-GN, Groningen, a year later. Coenen employs a diverse range of media, including video, 3D animation, laser cutting technology, and more traditional crafts such as stained glass and mosaics. His projects consistently rely on computational technologies, and his work often resonates with contemporary subcultures, youth culture, and popular culture. Many prestigious institutions, including LIMA and the Dutch Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, have collected Coenen's work. His 2014 piece, 'Horn of Plenty,' garnered international acclaim. This 11,000 square meter digital image adorns the inner facades of the Rotterdam Markthal. The renowned artwork Oersoep in the Amsterdam Beurspassage is another beloved art project that Coenen helped bring to fruition, in 2016.
31cm (12.2 inch)