Reverberating Across the Divide Reverberating Across the Divide reconnects digital and physical contexts through a custom chronomorphologic modeling environment. This modeling interface uses a three phase workflow (3D scanning, 3D modeling, and 3D printing) to enable a designer to craft intricate digital geometries around pre-existing physical contexts. by <a href=”http://twitter.com/madelinegannon” target=”_blank”>Madeline Gannon</a> via madlab.cc

Reverberating Across the Divide Reverberating Across the Divide reconnects digital and physical contexts through a custom chronomorphologic modeling environment. This modeling interface uses a three phase workflow (3D scanning, 3D modeling, and 3D printing) to enable a designer to craft intricate digital geometries around pre-existing physical contexts. by <a href=”http://twitter.com/madelinegannon” target=”_blank”>Madeline Gannon</a> via madlab.cc

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Coat by Nukeme and Uncv Japanese glitch fashion creator Nukeme has put together a coat with digital print distortions, available for purchase in Light and Dark versions.

The website also features a WebGL 3D interactive model. This is a coat shaped as a white coat, designed by Nukeme and Ucnv. Nukeme makes the clothing work. Ucnv made the textile pattern with glitch images. This product is made to order and shipping from Tokyo. It is made of 100% cotton, with digital textile printing. Also, a exhibition will start in this weekend, in Tokyo. The 3D viewable model can be found hereNukame’s Tumblr can be found herePrevious post on Nukame’s Glitch Embroidery works can be found herevia prostheticknowledge

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Contemporary artist Walter De Maria passed away at the age of 77 on Thursday. The New York Times said, his "multifaceted achievement and sly Dadaist humor helped give rise to earthworks, Conceptual Art and Minimal art, on an often monumental scale."
The 2000 Sculpture, (pictured above) here at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, demonstrates how his large-scale pieces change with your perspective as you walk around them.
You will be missed, sir. 
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Contemporary artist Walter De Maria passed away at the age of 77 on Thursday. The New York Times said, his "multifaceted achievement and sly Dadaist humor helped give rise to earthworks, Conceptual Art and Minimal art, on an often monumental scale."


The 2000 Sculpture, (pictured above) here at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, demonstrates how his large-scale pieces change with your perspective as you walk around them.

You will be missed, sir. 

via nprfreshair