Swiss artist Zimoun creates spellbinding audio-based installations. This one in particular, using towers of cardboard boxes really floats my boat. Such a warm and strangely soothing sound and no computers involved. Just tons of tiny motors gently beating and scraping on the re-purposed corrugated paper products. I could listen for hours. (via Dangerous Minds | Zimoun: The beautiful sound of cardboard)


T F m
December 30, 2010

Swiss artist Zimoun creates spellbinding audio-based installations. This one in particular, using towers of cardboard boxes really floats my boat. Such a warm and strangely soothing sound and no computers involved. Just tons of tiny motors gently beating and scraping on the re-purposed corrugated paper products. I could listen for hours. (via Dangerous Minds | Zimoun: The beautiful sound of cardboard)


T F m
December 30, 2010

dvdp:

TRANSLAB[4]: ALGORITHM & CODE / VI. VISUAL AESTHETICS IN EARLY COMPUTING (1950-80)

// via scrap8build via arma


T F m
December 30, 2010

dvdp:

TRANSLAB[4]: ALGORITHM & CODE / VI. VISUAL AESTHETICS IN EARLY COMPUTING (1950-80)

// via scrap8build via arma


T F m
December 30, 2010

happyforty:

I know some industrial Designers who might have misunderstood what Duchamp said…


T F m
December 30, 2010

happyforty:

I know some industrial Designers who might have misunderstood what Duchamp said…


T F m
December 30, 2010

happyforty:

I know some industrial Designers who might have misunderstood what Duchamp said…


T F m
December 30, 2010

happyforty:

I know some industrial Designers who might have misunderstood what Duchamp said…


T F m
December 30, 2010

Video: How e-waste is recycled (product designers, get ready to flinch) – Core77

Video: How e-waste is recycled (product designers, get ready to flinch) – Core77


T F m
December 30, 2010

Video: How e-waste is recycled (product designers, get ready to flinch) – Core77

Video: How e-waste is recycled (product designers, get ready to flinch) – Core77


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December 30, 2010