February 22, 2006 7:35 am
There’s a company called DNA11 that makes up big, nice looking, (expensive) pieces of art based on your own genome. I was perusing MetaFilter last week when I came across a question about finding a place that would do the same procedure, cheap, and just give a digital scan or a standard print that could be blown up. I liked the idea.
When I saw that one of the answers was offering to do it, I sent him an email post-haste. A few days later, he sends me (and several other Mefites) how to participate, along with a layman’s introduction to polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis.
January 4, 2005 9:17 pm
Christo’s newest “masterpiece” has started being assembled in Central Park. (The first photo in that article strikes me as Goldsworthy-esque, yet artificial.) Chris, we’re depending on you to get us some better photos.
Update 1-5: Oh, I get it. The first picture isn’t the artwork, it’s just piles of metal platforms the over-the-top arches are going to be resting on top of, so that it doesn’t damage the ground.
December 1, 2004 1:32 pm
Check out this video of the guy who created most of the Gnome icons creating a new one. The high-speed version is great and only a minute long.
Somehow, his style (at least the style of this icon) reminds of Chris’ drawing.
October 19, 2004 1:21 pm
How to make your own photo mosaics, courtesy of Engadget.
October 8, 2004 12:14 pm
Improv is only one step removed from theater dorks in my book (not a judgement, just a fact). But this story made my day: Improv Everywhere at Virgin Megastore. Via cockeyed.