A new project by designer and artist James R. Sells is to turn a $30 wooden gate into a cat gate.
Sends a message via the Internet via an iPad or smartphone.
The project, called “Cat Gate: A Gateway to the Web” and a joint effort between Sells and his studio, Cat Gate, is called Cat Gate.
It’s a way to give people the ability to connect with a world of Internet-connected gadgets, including a smart watch, smart phones, computers, and other devices.
Sells is a visual artist and a part-time graphic designer.
His designs are based on ideas from computer graphics, painting, and architecture.
Cat Gate uses the Internet to create a virtual world that invites the viewer to explore the web.
Sell’s work can be seen at catgate.com.
Cat Gate is part of a series of exhibitions at the Brooklyn Museum titled “A New Way of Seeing: Designing, Architecture, and the Arts in the Age of Digital.”
The museum is currently celebrating its 50th anniversary.
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