Working again with the concept of averaging things to see what results, I’ve pulled up a project from years past and figured out a way to make a physical manifestation. In this case, I’m averaging flags, specifically, the flags of the nations that make up the United Nations Security Council for 2015. Here’s the base
I’d also be remiss if I didn’t add some of these motion composites, similar to my composite commutes from 2011.
Well, it took me a while, but it’s been kinda busy. I’ve been teaching my Extension School letterpress class at Harvard, printing editions, working the day job, and slowly assembling a letterpress cooperative. But last night I finally rendered the icosacomposite videos! I was hoping for three, but I only got footage for two. One
Today started off, oddly enough, as something of a clean-up day. I moved the trash bags I’m using as floor protectors for the wet projects, I shifted a bunch of the loose cubes over to where the river production area was, I cleaned up the pixel dice construction site, and collected boxes in one area
I got some fresh handwriting samples for the Multilayered Holographic Composite from my summer school class, we’re up to 70 samples: Remember, if you’d like to contribute your own handwriting sample, go here for submission guidelines!
Another iteration of the Multilayered Holographic Composite, with help from my Graphic Design intro class at NHIA: It’s starting to coalesce around the basic letterforms, although “Multilayered” is fuzzier than the other words because there’s a much larger spread of word lengths between different handwriting styles. If you’d like to be included, please, feel free!
Continuing on my pixellated cross-stitch experiments, allow me to present to you the color palette of the Computer Graphics Array (CGA) card from circa 1985, in cross-stitch form: I’m quite pleased with this little creation. You might remember some other CGA experiments of mine from a while back.
At long last, the skygrid is done. A year ago, I started the process to capture an image of the zenith sky every two minutes from 4 in the morning until 9 at night. Today the Sun crossed back into the sky of the Northern Hemisphere, and the camera on my porch took the last
I’m certain that everyone was as curious as I was to see what would happen if I ran all the random walks in the Random Sketchbook together as a single path. Well, good news! I put them all in Photoshop and joined them end-end-end as best as I could, and came up with one of
This marks the second-to-last skygrid of the year… the equinox is coming swiftly, and the entire year will be complete on March 20th. Click to embiggen: