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Exploring the Cutting-Edge History and Evolution of Collage Art

via My Modern Met Throughout the 20th century, creatives across many movements, mediums, and styles began to explore the practice of collage art. The inventive and innovative approach to art attracted artists due to its one-of-a-kind aesthetic and unique, pieced-together process. Beginning in the modernist period and continuing into the contemporary art world, the collage art form has undergone […]

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The Beauty Of Frozen Flowers By Paloma Rincon #ArtTuesday

Via Trendiland ‘Freezing Flowers’ is a new project by a Spanish photographer, Paloma Rincon. These gorgeous still life images shows frozen flowers displayed in blocks of ice. Rincon took inspiration from the art history, where flora has often been represented. The series is Rincon’s own, contemporary form to build nature’s new visual language, where textures […]

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Lames à Interstices #MusicMonday

Very cool installation from musinou on vimeo: Lames Automated 10 feet long musical saws using the principle of the e-bow as sound generator. Lames is 04v01 of Sentier sonore Interstices, sound path by Daïmôn’s artist centre in Hull, Québec, Canada See more on vimeo, musinou.net and liveelectronics.musinou.net Source: Adafruit – Art

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“MIGSI” The Augmented Trumpet #MusicMonday

This is a really cool project from Sarah Belle Reid, who wrote it to share it with us. She writes: MIGSI (Minimally Invasive Gesture Sensing Interface) is an open source device for electronically augmenting the trumpet. The interface attaches to any B-flat or C trumpet and requires no permanent modifications to the host-instrument. MIGSI uses […]

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How to Convert Old Film Reels With a Raspberry Pi

From Joe Herman via IEEE Spectrum My grandfather Leo was a self-taught electrical engineer and IEEE member who designed control systems for tire factories. He was also an avid photographer, and his eight children—and later, his grandchildren—were among his favorite subjects, right up to his death in 1974, when I was 5. Fast-forward to 2013: […]