Monthly Archives: February 2007

Graffiti Research Lab » L.A.S.E.R. Tag

Graffiti Research Lab » L.A.S.E.R. Tag this is the first video of the laser tag in full action – and yes – its real… so how do you join the GRL ?

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the game of life – now in colour

Cool Hunting: Leo Villareal maths mimicking flocking, its a beautiful thing. set up the constraints and let her rip – Leo Villareal takes Game of life type visualizations and amps them up with colour interesting in the sense that this … Continue reading

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dank dark corner

if you are ever looking for an eerie, industrial, post apocalyptic vision of life underground go to http://vanishingpoint.ca/ these guys are obsessed with dank dark corners, and capture the romantic aesthetic and huge scale of the machine age triumphs via … Continue reading

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BLDGBLOG: Structures of the death market

BLDGBLOG: Structures of the death market first let me say that BLDGBLOG rocks and i am a thieving midget, but since this is a visual scrapbook i feel ok straight up stealing Quoting the domus article at great length: The … Continue reading

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on site materials

ANDY GOLDSWORTHY – RIVERS AND TIDES: WORKING WITH TIME just a mental note to look to goldsworthy when thinking what “zero transport” material , ephemeral temporary architecture should be like

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Dreamy monsters

checked out PROOF: Contemporary Australian Printmaking out and fell in love with the work of  Milan Milojevic – digital collage of old woodcut prints depicting hybrid monsters. There are a few things i like the approach to monster making as … Continue reading

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Matthew Barney – Cremaster 3 at the Guggenheim

YouTube – Matthew Barney – Cremaster 3 following on from the last post, a section of the amazing cremaster series at the Guggenheim. This short piece gives you some impression of the space. I cant help but think his movement … Continue reading

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field of view, perception and scale – why i agree the guggenheim NY is a masterpiece

you go to uni, get told things are masterpieces, see the photos – and then sometimes wonder why you don’t get it. Well that was my reaction to the Guggenheim, one of Frank Lloyd Wrights “master” works. then i visited … Continue reading

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Kamon – Japanese Family Crests

Japanese Family Crest ive been a fan of these crest for a long time – its reflects the fact im lots in the 90’s and still wear (now daggy) shirts with japanize typography. I sware it was cool back then…

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why you should date me

CULTURE HOLE – Popculture Links and Articles geezzzz – im posting cute now – but its cute infographics so im not totally loosing face after seeing this preso i think most men should carry laptops in clubs and pitch their … Continue reading

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