Drawing in 3D Using Fused Deposition Modeling with Artist David Lobser
Artist and digital philosopher David Lobser wanted to find out what would happen if 3D printing were used as a tool for drawing directly in three dimensions, rather than for printing a three dimensional version of a digital model. Rather than going …
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SAP and WTA Transform Women's Tennis With New On-Court Coaching
This technology sets a new standard for women's tennis and we're excited to work with SAP to innovate our sport and provide state-of-the-art resources to enhance our athletes' performances and our fans' experiences." Currently, WTA players and coaches …
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Drip Paint Sculpture ART PROJECT

School ART Project!

 

 

 

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The World’s Tallest Filing Cabinet


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Framed against the sky, this outdoor sculpture looks like a Photoshop composite, but it’s not. It’s an unretouched cameraphone shot, uploaded from the phone to Flickr, of the work of Sam Yates, made from genuine Hon filing cabinets engineered and weatherproofed to withstand wind, rain, and earthquakes. Inside the cabinets are auto parts made from shredding an MG Midget sports car, steamrolling the fragments, then cataloguing and storing each fragment with a label like an auto parts shop. (DiRosa Preserve, Napa, California).

 

 

Art sculpture near SBC/PacBell Park


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Cherokee Art Market selects 'Ahead of Their Time' as Best of Show
CATOOSA — This year's ninth annual Cherokee Art Market honored Benjamin Harjo Jr. with Best of Show for “Ahead of Their Time” painting entry at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa. The awards reception held on Friday honored the Cherokee Art Market …
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Gerhard Richter: 'Our times are so unquiet'
These hectic inkjet-printed digital images have both tremendous frontal attack and a feeling that they are hurtling by. Up close, it is hard to focus, and the eye jumps between the parallel lines of colour. They are all derived from a single abstract …
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