New Kintsugi* *kintsugi is an old Japanese art of fixing broken pottery with gold New kintsugi is a new way of gluing porcelain based on the old kintsugi technique. The story goes that kintsugi may have originated when in the late 15th century the emperor sent his damaged pottery back to China for repairs. With New kintsugi we combine this lovely old technique with new technology. Shipping / delivery note: will be sent within 3 days Available in colors: VAT included (applicable in NL and EU), Shipping excluded
Regalos originales Regaletes Imprenta Online Mi Repro - LA REPRO NeoLucida - A Portable Camera Lucida for the 21st Century by Pablo Garcia & Golan Levin Long before Google Glass ... there was the Camera Lucida. The what? The camera lucida. It’s a prism on a stick! We have designed the NeoLucida: the first portable camera lucida to be manufactured in nearly a century — and the lowest-cost commercial camera lucida ever designed. What is this "NeoLucida"? Beginning in the early 17th century, artists routinely used optical aids to help them create realistic drawings. In short, a camera lucida allows you to trace what you see. By the mid-1800s, camera lucidas were everywhere. (If you'd like to learn more about how the Old Masters likely used optical technologies to create their work, check out David Hockney's book Secret Knowledge, or this terrific BBC documentary (at YouTube) about his research.) Now try this experiment. It hasn't helped that portable camera lucidas have become so rare and costly that most students will never have the chance to try one—not even in an art school. So, why are you doing this? Our design is complete.
artFido | Sell Art & Buy Art Online | Online Art Auctions Guide To Mechanical Pencils | Pencyclopedia Here at Cult Pens, we sell an enormous range of mechanical pencils - over 300 models, without counting every variation of lead size. Whether you're a professional user, an amateur artist, an office user or a collector, we thought it might be useful to produce a guide to help navigate the variety on offer. This guide covers some general background information, a discussion of various features you may find useful, and includes a table of all the mechanical pencils we sell here at Cult Pens. If you are just looking to choose a pencil for a specific purpose, the section 'By Intended Usage' should give you some ideas of what to look for, and if this article just isn't enough for you, there are links at the bottom to other sources of information. If you have any comments, corrections or suggestions for this article, please contact us. The very first pencils were in some ways closer to mechanical pencils than to what we think of now as 'ordinary' wood-cased pencils. Special Interest Features
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Recommended Mac Pro upgrades & hacks I originally wrote this in August of 2013 and it still remains one of the most read items on my blog. Like my Mac Pro, I’ve continually updated this page and will continue to do so until my Mac Pro retires. My opinion of the redesigned Mac Pro still remains negative as I type this from a heavily upgraded 2008 Mac Pro. That said, the fact 7+ years later my Mac Pro remains a viable computer is a testament both how well engineered the Mac Pro was, and to the benefits modular computer design. Whether you may have economical reasons or a disdain for the new less upgradable/hackable Mac Pro, this guide seeks to illustrate upgrades that are feasible upgrades beyond your typical RAM and Hard drive upgrades. Please, contact me if there’s anything I’m missing. – Greg Image Source: Danish tech blog, Giga.de, lampooning the new Mac Pro The Guide: So you have a Mac Pro and perhaps the latest Mac Pro isn’t exactly what you’re hoping for… It wasn’t for me. Screenshot from WWDC. Upgrade #1: OS X 10.11+
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