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Also known as: my own Glitch art technique.
As you might have found already a lot of glitch art, you may also have found that there are very complex techniques to create it out from different kind of media. But what about that spontaneous, natural glitch when our video cards simply overload of many applications open? I came up with one thing: Blitz-print-screen.
I don’t know if somebody already does this (if so, let me know), but instead of just frustrating, I started to do this: Just when the visual glitch happens, you can just hit the print screen button on your Windows computer (Cmd+shift+3 on mac), and then recolor, tweak, and play with the image that just appeared in the computer. I created this two already and I had a lot of fun. The only limitation is the amount of pixels in which the glitch appeared might create just a small result. You can try vectorizing it on illustrator or other similar software and then recreate it in bigger if you are interested in printing. If you want to try more sophisticated things, check the work of Phillip Stearns or Max Capacity for inspiration.
Try them out and let me know your results!