sexta-feira, novembro 21, 2014
Gustavo Kidmograph GIF- infinite
Gustavo Kidmograph GIF- Skull Cube
Gustavo Kidmograph GIF- Skattered
Gustavo Kidmograph GIF- Escheresque
Gustavo Kidmograph GIF- Two Faced
Gustavo Kidmograph GIF- happy
Gustavo Kidmograph GIF- Stars
Gustavo Kidmograph GIF- Glitch Triangle
Gustavo Kidmograph GIF- Scanned
Gustavo Kidmograph GIF- Rhombus
The World Behind The Prism
These GIFs were made by Gustavo Torres, better known as Kidmograph.
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Tonight, brute-force-studios and I are Guests of Honor at the Diabolique Ball at The Trocadero in Philadelphia. The first time I ever attended this event was nearly 10 years ago and I’ve always been proud of what the Diabolique Foundation stands for within the kink and alternative communities.
The mission of the Diabolique Foundation is to support charities that provide vital services to Philadelphia’s diverse communities through the production an annual charity fundraising event, the Diabolique Ball.
Proceeds from ticket sales benefit ActionAIDS (an organization providing case management, HIV testing, prevention education, supportive housing, HIV treatment as prevention and volunteer services), The Testing Center at Philly AIDS Thrift (a clean and modern space for in-store confidential and free HIV/ STI testing) and The Carter Johnson Leather Library (a non-profit organization that manages a traveling collection of thousands of books, magazines, posters, art, club and event pins, newspapers, event programs and ephemera showing leather, fetish, S/M erotic history).
I hope to see you there!
Brute Force Studios is proud to support Diabolique Ball tonight at The Trocadero in Philadelphia, PA. Proceeds benefit free HIV/AIDS testing, research, support, and awareness in the LGBT, kink, and alternative communities. Thomas Willeford and Sarah Hunter invite you to attend this evening.
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Zio Ziegler’s’s “Intuitivism” at LeQuiVive Gallery
San Francisco-based artist Zio Ziegler’s work requires two levels of the viewer’s attention. There are the large figures almost always present in his canvases, drawings and murals — Cubist-inspired bodies whose heads and limbs appear splayed out the surface. Ziegler stitches together these characters with intricate, collage-like patterns that often evoke indigenous, South American folk art forms. The repeating patterns within each figure inform our understand of the larger whole. His solo show “Intuitivism” opens tomorrow, November 15, at LeQuiVive Gallery in Oakland.
We've seen numerous individuals use nourishment as 3d printer bolster previously, for example, chocolates, confections and even frozen yogurt. Anyhow would you be able to envision 3d printing anything utilizing bananas? Sounds hard, if not, well, bananas - however 3digital Cooks' originator Luis Rodriguez Alcalde isn't one to timid far from a decent test. Thus, for his most recent venture, he investigated how to print out robust items utilizing banana mush and his self-planned extruder for 3d printers called PLYUMP. As you can envision, pureed banana can't hold shape all alone, so Alcalde needed to utilize potato starch as an issue. His first endeavor wound up uneven and earthy, and genuinely, truly unnerving to take a gander at.
When he attempted once more, he utilized a smoother puree and squeezed orange (we think lemon or calamansi would work better here) to avert staining. The last item (beneath) is still not the outwardly engaging showstopper you may expect, however at any rate you now know where to start in case you're abruptly overwhelmed by craving to make banana models. 7
[image credit: shutterstock (bananas), 3digital Cooks (3d-printed banana thing)]
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