Monday, May 05, 2008

iArt: Pangaia or Transnational Progressivism?

Art Daily: "Google Teams Up with Leading Artists to Create New Themes for iGoogle"

Google launched a collection of new themes created by leading artists for iGoogle, Google's personalized homepage. With iGoogle, users can access and arrange the content they want on their homepage to personalize their web experience. Google has collaborated with almost 70 artists from around the world, inviting them to use iGoogle as their canvas by creating unique, dynamic themes for users to personalize their pages. In honor of this, celebrated pop artist Jeff Koons created a special Google doodle, which appeared on Google's homepage. Participating artists in this collection (...) >>>

Here's the Google Page.

- Caption: Yves Behar's "Fuse Project", an artist's retrospect on Pangaia, or a vision of Hegelian Transnational Progressivism? -


Fotobuch said...

Thanks for sharing artists collection.I think Google able to make everything with their popularity and money.

BMX said...

I think google takes a good initiatives to promote the young stars and to encourage them to increase their ability.

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Google artists is grate popularity.everything with their popularity and money.