mako: art (110)

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  1. "There are no angles from which the sculpture’s innocence is obvious." via Becca Tabasky
  2. "The rescuers required no special equipment, and were able to extricate the student from the sculpture by hand, creating a surreal, oversize delivery room scene, with the artwork giving birth to a full-grown (though perhaps a little immature) man."
  3. "The fate of physical books may seem tenuous, but at least 1,000 copies of 100 different books are set to be printed roughly a century from now, in the year 2114. Indeed, the trees that will be used to make the printing paper have already been planted."
  4. Fantastic article.
  5. I love this kind of information archeology...
  6. updated: 18-02-2015, original: 18-02-2015 to , , , , , , , ,
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  9. Draw any picture, have it "snap" into a Matisse shape. Amazing.
  10. Cute.
    24-12-2013 to , , ,
  11. A performance art project that largely feels like one. But still rather fun.
  12. I like toast almost as much as I like those paintings!
    updated: 02-07-2013, original: 02-07-2013 to , , , ,
  13. "A short documentary film that follows classical Japanese metal artist Ford Hallam as he recreates a lost masterpiece by the 19th century Mito tsuba artist, Hagia Katsuhira." Highly recommended.
  14. Torrents and paying creators.
  15. So beautiful.
  16. By Veronika Schapers, Tokyo, Japan.
    updated: 24-02-2013, original: 24-02-2013 to , , , , ,
  17. Kunle and Erik.
  18. 02-10-2012 to , , ,
  19. Not really a 3D printer. And not really working, AFAICT. Interesting idea. But lame.

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