The Little Theater of Drunkenness. Love it. (Hat tip to Caroline Picard, via her weekly roundup at Bad At Sports.)
“My intention was to give the dreamlike impression of floating through a city full of people frozen in time, caught Pompeii-like, at a particular moment of thought, expression, or activity…a film to be viewed 100 years from now.”
Still thinking about James Nares’s STREET, which I saw at the Met two weeks ago. Everyone, including the museum guard, were entranced. Music in the piece was created and performed by Thurston Moore.
(clip via Paul Kasmin Gallery)
Hanns Jakesch, “Brunner Verkaufsausstellung, Rudolf M. Rohrer, Brno” (1924)
(via Hyperallergic, “The Allure of Czech Modernist Posters”)
“But all this world is like a tale we hear -
Men’s evil, and their glory, disappear.”
In case you missed this the past couple of days, an impressive handheld 3D printing pen, allowing to draw in three dimensions. Video embedded below:Have you ever just wished you could lift your pen off the paper and see your drawing become a real three dimensional object? Well now you can!
3Doodler is the world’s first and only 3D Printing Pen. Using ABS plastic (the material used by many 3D printers), 3Doodler draws in the air or on surfaces. It’s compact and easy to use, and requires no software or computers. You just plug it into a power socket and can start drawing anything within minutes.
Oh, and it’s also the most affordable way to 3D print… by a looong way! With 3Doodler we’re making fun 3D creation accessible to everyone.
You can find out more at the project’s Kickstarter page here