Friday Smackdown: Gears of Link Grinders

Rudy-Siswanto-art

The mirror’s depth was infinite, reflecting from the edge of the motored hand. A splinter? No. There were more in the gears, beneath the skin and oils, beneath the circuits. It looked as close as it could, prying, picking, to pluck out all these links.

Rudy Siswanto – I simply love Rudy’s style and the creatures are like none you’ve likely seen before. Creatures like catfish guards and phase kittens and a slew of baby mythological beasts.

La Fabrica – Over the last 40 years, Architect Ricardo Bofill has turned an abandoned 32,000 square foot cement factory into his home and studio. It looks amazing.

Stella – The kids and I have been interested in complex polygon forms of late, like this Great Rhombicosidodecahedron. Stella is a program to help visualize and make them.

To the Right – A compilation by Candice Drouet of some of the most famous movies and their camera dolly/pans to the right.

Faces in Things – Do you see them too? (You know that spot on the floor looks just like Aunt Trudy.) Normal everyday things that look like faces.

Hoffecker – Peter Hoffecker Mejia creates wall sculptures and installations from lots of found objects: wood, metal, bandanas, scouring pads, etc.

Fury Road – Studio shots by John Platt of the vehicles from Mad Max: Fury Road. Not as action packed as the movie, but shows the detail put into creating each vehicle.

FreeBiz Traveler – Compact backpack that fits up to an 18.4″ laptop, perfect for that mobile CAD Workstation + loads of pockets.

Onryō – video from denial of service using a series of monochromatic reaction-diffusion sequences

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