Glitch Art Challenges the Lifecycle of Art

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Have you seen images like these bubbling up around the `net? Does it give you a vague sense of fear, reminiscent of old computers or televisions going on the fritz? This new-wave art isn’t so new wave, inspired by old computers and televisions, Glitch Art takes it a step further.

Glitch art purposely distorts images using a variety of different methods, be it messing with hardware, using actions on software like Adobe Photoshop or even messing with the backbone of coding that makes up what appears on the face of your computer. Each piece gives new life to the death of your images.

This art was made by our insanely talented associate editor and artist Howard Jarden.

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