Chinatown Sunset, 2013, All Rights Reserved by Fong Qi Wei
This is a follow up to my previous series Time is a Dimension (TIAD). In TIAD, I spliced different time slices into a single print. That was to work within the nature of a physical print. However, in this set of manipulations, I present a medium that is neither a print nor a video. In short, I use the GIF format (don’t ask me how it is to be pronounced!) to create a looping animation that shows a single landscape / seascape but with a constant shimmer of … time.
I wonder if an omniscient being experiences something like the sets below? Where all instances are One. And past, present and future are merely terms…
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Originally Found from Electric Objects
My favorite online comic/art piece returns with The Future of Music.
I’m really liking PATAKK. Seems to work in a bunch of mediums including Processing.
I was talking about my favorite Lars von Trier movie recently and it put a spark in my head. See, I was playing blocks with Maximum Baby and his job is to make sure that I can’t build a tower. No two blocks shall be on top of each other!
When he gets excited and starts banging on things and knocking over the blocks and squeaking I can’t help but think of him squeaking out “CHAOS REIGNS!”
So I had to make a baby onesie.
You should be able to buy it by clicking that image.
If you want to remix the image, I got it from a post on Know Your Meme. I made an SVG from the png file they had, then cleaned it up and removed the rainbow colors in InkScape. Here’s the SVG file for your remixing pleasure!
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Via the great DVDP. His tumblr of incredible gifs he made is a timehole that can eat your day.
The music leaves me cold, but I dig how Califone makes their video for stitches from a set of curated tumblr blogs.
This is similar to what I did with a self illustrating short story.
Just got two new things framed. When Sam was little, her mom made her a cross stitch pillow with a scene of animals calmly gathered around a lion. We’ve put it in a deep shadowbox so it can go up on the wall for Secret Project Baby‘s room.
We also have a memento from Japan that we’ve never figured out how to properly display. We loved the idea of Furoshiki – little cloth wrappings that you can reuse. We bought a really nice one and, after trying some other approaches, found a way to really show it off.
I also just got some new panoramas from friends for above the dining table and I’m excited to try them out!
I like music videos that can’t be on MTV. The new web enables new art, and that’s what I’m interested in.
You should go listen and participate in this crowd-sourced video for Light Light’s new song Do Not Touch.
You will interact, you will be part of it. Go now – and I’ll be part of the video with you. We’ll play a game, we’ll be a mask, we’ll fight a boxer, together we will make a smile. One of those pointers is mine!
See you on the internet…
Dr. Mallin sent me this panorama from the top of Mount Grandeur in Utah. Now it’s up in the cloud gallery.
I’ve gotten some great submissions from friends – but many are too short! Please send me your highest resolution longest panoramas. Or don’t worry about it and send me whatevs. I’ll edit it to make it work if I can.
Here is what it looks like in the room. That’s Robin with River on his lap.