New Media Chinese Art from Yang Yongliang

Shanghai-based artist Yang Yongliang has taken the eyes and heart of the more traditional Chinese landscape and calligraphy, and invested it with the expressive ability of the newest technology and techniques, including digital manipulation, video and photography.

"As long as the characteristics don't change, the media you use to express the art doesn't matter."

I think these landscapes in Chinese Porcelain are pretty amazing, and I am absolutely in love with the video landscapes. 

Here is a sample of the video referenced in the Creator's Project piece:

And a more recent one:

2 - Shanghai Timelapse in Black and White

Awesome looking timelapse exploration of one of the world's most vibrant cities.


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2 - Vibrant Timelapes of Chinese Cities

Unbelievably modern, the Chinese cites of Guangzhou, Shanghai, Shenzhen get the timelapse treatment from Artem Sergeevich (with his awesome timelapse of Moscow).