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…Arkitip’s No. 0044 is 3D Viewer enhanced?


Arkitip’s latest issue is an interesting one: They gave design responsibilities to Wood Wood, who covered the HIGHMATH exhibit with an exhibition catalog and a 3D Viewer with 3 Image Reels that served as the working catalog for the exhibition.

Now if only I could add ‘enhanced by 3D Viewer’ functionality to DYH…

[Arkitip – No. 0044]

[Via: Kitsune Noir]

…Turnstiles bring out the best in people?

More Turns

Ever wonder what you look like as you pass through a turnstile?

Bill Sullivan has, and has turned that expression set into an entire art exhibit.

Featuring the often determined, rather stone-faced expressions of completely random people, it’s a great ‘moment in time’ style piece that may have you rethinking the face you walk around with.

Or, maybe not.

[Bill Sullivan – More Turns]

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…You should read 1000 Journals?

1000 Journals Cover

I was going to make this my Things Thursday post, but I think it’s so cool, I don’t want to wait. The 1000 Journals Project now includes an amazing book that documents many of the best contributions. The project, put on by Someguy (that’s his artist name), involved the release of 1000 blank journals into the wild, covered with just an artistic drawing and instructions to add anything that the current owner felt was addable. The journals were then passed on and around, gifted or left, and continued on to new places and new people.

1000 Journals Inside

In the spirit of artistic freedom, anything can be added, which means that the content is as varied as the people who have contributed, though this is what adds to the project’s charm. Just as an example of what you can expect, the journals have “been the subject of treasure hunts (#354), brought to remote mountaintops (#323), abandoned at airports (#001), left in the lost-and-found (#300), and stolen at gunpoint (#949)”. It’s an ongoing affair, so many of the journals continue to float around even today, but if the artist can get enough of them together, he plans on putting together a traveling exhibit to show off the work.

Also be sure to check out the movie, 1000 Journals, that is documenting the journals’ travels and the effect they have had on peoples’ lives (and the effect people have had on the journals’ lives).

[1000 Journals]

[1000 Journals Movie]

[Via: Boing Boing]