Leanne Tuohy is the founder of the website www.categories.co, where she offers a variety of posts and articles related to how art and architecture intersect with technology.
Leanne Tuohy is a blogger with a passion for the intersection of art and technology, and she has always had a knack for creating new and interesting things—especially when it comes to art.
Her art is always evolving, so you never know what new art she will create next. Her interest in technology and art is so broad that she has a post every month about a new technology. Her art is a great way to look at art and technology as a symbiotic relationship.
Tuohy began her blog in 2009, and it has been a journey of discovery for her. Her blog has been a place where she could display her art work in a safe place so people could look at it for a little while and, more than anything, get a sense of her approach to art and technology. It’s also a place where she could find other people who share her interest in art and technology.
Tuohy has been a technology blogger since 1998, and you would think that that would have made her pretty familiar with the way things work. But she’s actually been blogging for a long time, and with a new technology she’s found herself in a position where she has to really think about how to make it work for her. She recently posted a video of her first iPhone prototype, which is the first time that she has posted any video.
The second video in the video below is a video of a guy doing some sort of art to capture the look of his face. Tuohy’s art is really cool, but not the way you want it.
At first I thought the video she posted was of a guy in a suit making an iPhone and then sending it to her. But then I realized, it’s actually a guy doing a FaceTime video to capture the look of his face.
Tuohys art is really cool, but not the way you want it.At first I thought the video she posted was of a guy in a suit making an iPhone and then sending it to her. But then I realized, its actually a guy doing a FaceTime video to capture the look of his face.
Tuohy’s art is really cool and awesome, but not the way you want it.
Tuohy actually likes to call his art “fantasy art”. It’s not an art style, but in most cases we see it in a fantasy setting. For example, in the movie “The Little Mermaid” she has a painting in a castle that looks like a mermaid.