Artist's Portraits Of CRTs Turning Off Are Eerily Beautiful

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Gadget-related art is a bit hard to find, but every once in a while something crosses my desk (like the Facade printer, man-powered clock, or high-voltage imagery) that’s just too cool to pass up. These “Luminant Point Arrays” by Stephan Tillmans are photos of the pattern created when you switch off certain old CRT monitors. You know you’ve seen it. You’ve probably turned a monitor on and off again just to see it again. Now you don’t have to!

[via The Atlantic]