Me and Sad Keanu: A 3D-Printing Story I ordered him one day from a website that sells 3D-printed objects, a marketplace for goods created in the new way. Then I forgot all about it until the day he showed up, a meme materialized. It all began in June of 2010 when a photographer spotted Keanu Reeves eating a sandwich on a New York park bench. In one shot, Reeves looks dejected for reasons unknown. The image was metastatic: he was isolated from the original and pasted into new scenes all over the web. But that was all in the computer. Light did not reflect off Sad Keanu the way it was supposed to. I remembered reading The Indian in the Cupboard , and hoped Sad Keanu would come to life. The light kept catching him at odd angles. Would he want to make his own sandwich, picnic-style? But he wasn't interested. He seemed more at home with the pre-made stuff. At the green grocer, he tried grapefruit. But liked melon best. Nothing could cheer Sad Keanu up, though. I kept trying. Sent him down a slide. Let him ride a metal horse.
Sarcastic Street Art Art & Design Mobstr is a street artist who criticizes and plays with the idea of street art. His works are quite clever and funny. Monotyping With GOLDEN Acrylics LIMITATIONS OF OIL PAINTS AND PRINTING INKS While oil paints might seem ideal for monotypes, their linseed oil content will eventually cause yellowing and decomposition in paper fibers1. Furthermore, quick absorption of oil into the paper can cause the paint to become brittle, crack and delaminate. Lithography and other printing inks generally work well and have been the most common media for monotypes in the past. However their palettes are limited and thicker applications can result in tacky, slow drying prints. In addition, both oil-based inks and paints often require toxic solvents to modify working properties and facilitate clean-up. OPEN Acrylics Because of their slow-drying properties, GOLDEN OPEN Acrylics work well for monotypes. Film Thickness With some experimentation, an understanding of the amount of paint required will develop. Paper Selection In general, fine art papers made for printmaking are appropriate for most monotype techniques. © Golden Artist Colors, Inc.
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Public Art Concepts - Dan Sternof Beyer 2011 Download the PDF of these ideas : Public Art Concepts - Dan Sternof Beyer 2011 (2mb) [ New American Public Art ] Funny Jokes Pics I'm the Boss... Submitted by: Kevin Dave Finally bmitted by: Damon Wayons Fighter Submitted by: Dana Carvey I'm hungry... Submitted by: Denis Leary Fixed Submitted by: Gem Forest Change... Submitted by: Tommy Davidson I'm Mad Submitted by: David Cross Miss you Submitted by: Fred Miller ShareThis Copy and Paste Phlegm's work in Bantry, west Cork. Ireland In a lucky window of fine weather i got to paint in a very beautiful part of Ireland last week. I was made to feel so at home there i had a hard time making myself leave. x phlegm x
Fascinating Lamps by Calabarte Calabarte is the pseudonym of a Polish artist named Przemek Krawczynski, whose art takes on a peculiar but incredibly beautiful form: cool lamps. The name itself is a portmanteau of two words – art (obviously), and calabash, the fruit that carries his imagination. The calabash is a bottle gourd originating in India, although Calabarte gets his supply from Senegal. Due to ancient domestication and usage, the bottle gourd has an incredibly tough outer shell. Due to the combination of dark, thick material with a light source within, the primary art of his work, however, shines in the dark. Hard work, beauty, an exceptional degree of detail and a marriage between mathematical geometry and a rampant imagination – all imprinted onto the husk of a Senegal calabash. Described as the art of light, Calabarte’s artistic tendencies truly took off in 2009, when he made his first gourd lamp, by chance of coming across a calabash. Website