Primtings is a prim'd paintings gallery.

We are a museum dedicated to the interactive exploration of famous paintings and artwork brought to virtual life via 3D prims and other techniques.

A web preview of our exhibits is available on the panel to the right. Each display is also available for view in Second Life, an immersive open-ended 3d virtual world. Some exhibits also have 3d previews in SketchUp.






                

                

                

                

                

                

                

                

                

                

 

Cite: Primtings Museum. Accessed online September 23, 2017 04:22:50 +00:00UTC. <http://primtings.com/go/gallery/Op%20Art>
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Alphabetical by SL Artist Name


newest primtings | alphabetical by... rl artist | title
Rotoreliefs Rotoreliefs
2d: Marcel Duchamp | 3d: Paula Dix | Primtings Gallery: Op Art
After giving up painting, Duchamp was very interested in 3D representation, a way that, combined with his linking of humor, would take him to the creation of the Ready Mades and things that looked to be something else (well, thats all what art is about, (more)
Algenib Algenib
2d: Victor Vasarely | 3d: Shellina Winkler | Primtings Gallery: Op Art
“The art of tomorrow will be a collective treasure or it will not be ART at all” “L'art de demain sera tresor commun ou ne sera pas.”
— Victor Vasarely
Kinetic art (from Greek kinesis, “ (more)

© 2008-2009 Primtings Museum by Ina Centaur, individual pieces attributed to each corresponding artist