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This week we are giving props locally to a Vermont artist who creates blown glass pieces, miniatures and even fairy houses that delight and amaze. She also creates ash memorial pieces that are beautiful on multiple levels. Read More >>
What are you doing here, really? Wasting time? What if you could be earning college credit just for poking around the interwebs? This Friday we are giving out Props to them sweet, sweet credits.
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Props going out for Real Future Punk and their fun collection of imaginings cast in a heavy 80's syrup. Read More >>
Props going out for a rather fun and unusual collection of original limited-edition works by Ben Denzer ( @bdenzer ) and presented via Catalog Press. The whimsy of this collection is that delightful mash-up of real-world normalcy with silly interpretations of what a book might be. They end up feeling like Warhol was somehow involved. By wondering what can be bound between two cover Dener has created pieces that have fallen into instant icons and collected by universities and museums. My personal favorite is 25 Slices. Read More >>
This week we give props to WebVR and Google Experiments. Virtual Reality has taken leaps and bounds in just a few years and now WebVR begins to make some of the amazing experiences more easily shareable and available - in some cases even through your web browser. Read More >>
Cereal has been on our minds recently because we almost ran out. Disaster was averted so no need to rush out and start a GoFundMe or anything.
This week we bring you some weird, wacky and wild cereals we found on Amazon. Handy links if you want to buy some and send it to us (or even yourself I suppose). Read More >>
We're back with Friday Props and this week we bring you an excellent parody product: Lookout.
We all spend too much time glued to our phones and other screens and so this speaks to me, but it also is just spot-on hilarious. Props to the minds behind this gem. I hope every one of you gets a chance to look up this weekend. Read More >>
My props this week are entirely inspired by a curated collection of creators I found early in the week. http://thosewhomake.com/ is dedicated to showcasing people endeavoring to craft by hand. The site features videos, short interviews, vintage photos, and various books for those who want to make for themselves. Those Who Make doesn't take much time to describe itself, focusing purely on it's content. All I can find is that it's run by Michael Ariel, a maker of quality handmade textile goods found under the name Proudly Say. All around it's a wonderful site to explore the mindset of the the Read More >>
It's astounding how quickly a week goes by, but it's mind blowing how many cool ideas are dreamt up in such a short time. So here's to dreamers and their dreams. It's Friday Props: The Dreamy Dreamscapes Edition. I'll start off with some space props, because who doesn't dream of space? NASA is commemorating 50 years of space walks with a Documentary Entitled "Suit Up". Additionally they've put up a page on their site focusing around the milestone. Featured in the site is a gallery of images that are astoundingly cool. Check them out here. https://www.nasa.gov/suitup/spacewalks https://www.nasa.gov/suitup My next props goes to some Read More >>
Spring is (technically) here, and we're itching for some sunshine around the office. This weeks props go out to some projects that bring a little more color and quirk into our lives; It's Friday Props, the Spring Fever Edition. My first props this week goes to Japanese art collective TeamLab for their latest installation piece "Floating Flower Garden". The immersive piece, currently installed at Miraikan in Tokyo, consists of over 2300 live flowers suspended in a room. When a viewer walks through the piece the flowers closest to them rise to form a dome around them. Check out video footage of Read More >>