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locksandglasses:


Paint on a speaker, you can see the music

it looks like ghosts having an orgy

locksandglasses:

Paint on a speaker, you can see the music

it looks like ghosts having an orgy

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08:02 am: heroin-e312,897 notes

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emmyc:

^^ that gif

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04:00 pm: heroin-e54,421 notes

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boxes spaced and placed on a wall with cubes, thusly? doesn’t really work —- too simple, too direct. too straightforward. these demand both complexity and simplicity. again, impact with numbers. something else, perhaps, to encompass both cube and box…

12:40 pm: heroin-e

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brighter palette

12:39 pm: heroin-e

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nested boxes

12:30 pm: heroin-e

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paper boxes

the first few successful papier mache boxes — thought about how to house collections, and making boxes to contain cubes was a natural solution. a shell of a cube, really, reflecting the fragility of the recordings… (okay, this is really a draft for final annotations, so bear with me)…of the natural world. but in all seriousness, fragile boxes. ephemeral things. delicate texture. also, they are gorgeous as single items, but they make a greater impact when there’s more — strength in numbers? a statement because there are more?

12:24 pm: heroin-e

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experimenting — just ways of displaying dice

12:22 pm: heroin-e

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developed the idea below — cubes flanked by small, delicate, fragmented land masses. would probably have worked really well, but was too simple for a final piece - nice as a little wall display, though…

12:16 pm: heroin-e

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made a “map” out of tissue paper and painted it in greens and blues (to mimic a land mass) and placed cubes on it, like markers. didn’t work very well, mostly because the map was too bright and colourful. the lines and dashes, as in previous larger collages, work better at communicating the notion of travel and maps.certainly was an idea though…

made a “map” out of tissue paper and painted it in greens and blues (to mimic a land mass) and placed cubes on it, like markers. didn’t work very well, mostly because the map was too bright and colourful. the lines and dashes, as in previous larger collages, work better at communicating the notion of travel and maps.certainly was an idea though…

11:40 am: heroin-e

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one new cube, a 360 view of it

colour pencil + wood = win. also, i finally found a use for those stamps — bought them when i was 8 while they were having a little “stamp fair” in school. mainly because they were pretty, and i was a little jackdaw. guess they came in useful after all :)

11:33 am: heroin-e