Illustration: Virtual Incubus

I once heard a radio talk. The topic is about elementals. What the author is saying is that not all that we see or meet are humans. Others could be elementals who transform… Continue reading

Illustration: Macintosh 1984

Steve Jobs presented the Macintosh in 1984 together with Adobe software. This is could be the reason why Mac is designed for artists. 

Illustration: UNIVAC

UNIVAC stands for Universal Automatic Computer. It made history. Do you remember it? I believe that technology itself is a great subject for visual arts. 

Doodles: Wisdom

Reference: Proverbs

Infographics: Information Technology is a Cheesecake

Information Technology is a Cheesecake from Oxi Pulido The large businesses around us is run by a corporation. It can be a university, a bank or your favorite pizza house. A corporation is… Continue reading

Infographics: Cloud Computing Post-mortem Implementation

This is inspired by the Mexican Dia delos Muertos celebration. 

Infographics: Snail & E-Mail

Email is cloud-based right from the start. For the corporate they maintain their own email systems like IBM Lotus notes and Microsoft Outlook. The pioneers in email are Yahoo and AOL. Google introduced… Continue reading

The Role of Multimedia Arts to Virtual Reality

The Role of Multimedia Arts to Virtual Reality from Oxi Pulido Rationalism Rationalism refers to any view appealing to intellectual and deductive reason as the source of knowledge or justification. Rather than to… Continue reading

Infographics: Cloud Computing

This is an attempt to create an infographics using the German Expressionist and Edward Gorey styles of illustration. I used Cloud Computing as the subject because of the ongoing trend in Information Technology.… Continue reading

S.D Noam Cook: “Technological Revolutions & the Gutenberg Myth” in Internet Dreams (1997)

S.D Noam Cook: "Technological Revolutions & the Gutenberg Myth" in Internet Dreams (1997) from Oxi Pulido ABSTRACT This article aims to synthesize the studies of Manovich’s New Media Theory, Cook’s Gutenberg Myth, Robins,… Continue reading