There is a rich and growing ecosystem of open source applications for mobile devices, just like the desktop. Learn about several free and open source drawing applications for Android.
Everyone can benefit from using version control—even artists. Jason van Gumster explains how.
Jared Nielsen shares why he uses open source tools to run his YouTube video series.
You've probably heard of Blender, but do you know about Natron? Our how-to will help you get started using this open source compositing tool.
Lauren Egts takes a new venture into creating a Raspberry Pi powered juggling pin routine for juggler, Charles Peachock.
Bill Kendrick created Tux Paint in only a couple of days. A friend asked why there wasn't a free and open source drawing program for kids, something like GIMP. Bill chuckled, knowing that many adults have a hard time learning how to use GIMP, much less kids. He replied, "I can probably put... Read more
If you’ve seen an unbelievable interactive projection or a mind-blowing piece of generative video art, odds are you’ve come across openFrameworks, an accessible programming platform that has helped create projects like Arturo Castro and
For those of you that missed it, the Liberated Pixel Cup is a gaming contest where the goal is to make free software art and free software games that use said art. It was sponsored this past June and July by Creative Commons, the Free Software Foundation, Open Game Art, Mozilla, and many... Read more
This 5-questions interview is with Limor Fried (Ladyada of Adafruit Industries), and in it I ask some questions about open hardware and, more specifically, the Flora, her newest open hardware creation.
A recent exhibition at the Children's Art Centre in Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art fuses two seemingly disparate concepts (destruction with creation) through a simple, kid-based approach with a design spin.