Use Computer Errors to Make Your Photos Amazing.


Photos: Maria_Naverno, JuanCarlos87, Stasyaposhkute, Brianvw1, Juliefab.

Datamoshing sounds kinda like that fun thing you used to do when Slipknot came on the radio in 2002.

While pushing some punks around is totally fun, pushing pixels is fun and less likely to get you elbowed in the face.

So how do you push the pixels around in your photos? Glitché. It’s an app that lets you warp your photos using computer errors and bugs.

You get to pick from eight different types of glitches, each of which you can manipulate to your liking. Swirl, tap, and paint different effects like slit-scanning, 3D renderings (!!!), psychedelic color inversions, and datamoshing.

Within a few minutes of your first glitches, you’ll see why some call Glitché “the Instagram for digital psychedelia.”

In other glitch news, Year of the Glitch is selling glitch art blankets (Thnx, Doc!).

Glitché — Turn Phone Photos into Glitch Art [Thnx, Darby!]

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