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Foam Printer Debuts, Ink Printers Foam From Jealousy

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MiMo
September 24th, 2010

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If you always wanted to see foam, printing and typography working in unity… Well you’re a weirdo. Nonetheless prepare to get happier than you were two second ago, because I am about to introduce a new invention called Foam Printer. [ Continue Reading ]

Irish Dance For the Post-Pop Generation

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ck
September 23rd, 2010

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Suzanne Cleary & Peter Harding modernize the tradition of Riverdance. Which is a pretty nifty little limb isolating dance style to begin with, but let’s not lie, I associate it with my parents and it tends to bring up the same over-riding tedium that you get when you think about staying awake during the ballet or opera. [ Continue Reading ]

Chiharu Shiota

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ck
September 21st, 2010

kanazawa1 Chiharu Shiota

Alright, I’m going a little bit mainstream here as I stumbled upon this artist whilst reading Vogue (I was at a hair salon. Beauty magazines happen). But for once in my life, I was actually pleased that whilst flipping among various ads of half-naked women, I found a little mini article on Chiharu Shiota’s installation entitled ‘Room of Memory’. [ Continue Reading ]

Kelly Clipperton

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ck
August 31st, 2010

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Kelly Clipperton, a photographer based in Toronto, stuns and intrigues viewers with his racy, intimate and carnal images. [ Continue Reading ]

Aimee Mullins; Disability as Artform

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ck
August 27th, 2010

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Some of you may have heard of her before as her name has been circulating for some time now, but for those of you who have not Aimee Mullins is an amputee who has trampled her odds and beat the system. Giver a go: [ Continue Reading ]

Yelken Octuri’s Flying Sailboat

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dpb
August 26th, 2010

yelken octuri1 533x400 Yelken Octuris Flying Sailboat

Okay, so it’s more of a yacht. A pretty yacht.

Yelken Octuri (which is a totally badass name, in the first place) has designed a flying yacht. This is to say that he’s designed a vehicle that is at once a 46 meter sailing trimaran with four automatically functioning masts and a fully functional plane that transforms – on the water – and can travel at speeds of roughly 390 km/h. Take a look at the interior, and beyond being the complete world-killer in transportation, it’s also a luxury chillin’ spot.

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Audi Behance Award

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dpb
August 19th, 2010

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My god, Audi sponsors a cultural achievement award? Audi, as in, the German car maker? I was having a hard time getting past this fact until I saw a few snaps of what the award actually is. Check it. You’ll want to. [ Continue Reading ]

Jim Denevan the earth artist…

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MiMo
August 3rd, 2010

05 18Dks 2 585x379 Jim Denevan the earth artist...Jim Denevan is an artist based out of Santa Cruz, California who has a fascination with earth. Jim travels around the globe creating large scale pieces drawing on sand, earth and ice. Looking at his work I can’t help but wonder how similar some of it is to crop circles, not that I am accusing him of drawing them, it’s the aliens of course or two English old farts or who cares?

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Nick Cave, the creator of the Sound Suit

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MiMo
July 15th, 2010

Nick Cave06 386x400 Nick Cave, the creator of the Sound SuitNick Cave, an artist and educator working out of Chicago, is the creator of full body “soundsuits” which are made from layers of metal, plastic, fabric, hair, found objects, and other things that rub together to make noise. [ Continue Reading ]

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