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but is it art? August 14, 2019 posted by

Invasive Paper Project – a very cool take on weeding

Do you weed? If you have any sort of green space, chances are you weed and get rid of the less than lovely plants so that the ones you want can grow. Next time you’ve got a good crop, maybe think about turning them into paper so that they can be at least a little bit useful. The Invasive Paper Project was an interesting look at dealing with invasive plants in our life.


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Invasive Paper Project – a very cool take on weeding
but is it art? July 5, 2019 posted by

Photographs of Films – check out this cool photography project

Movies are a wonderful thing. Full of story and excitement. There’s nothing like watching a good film and then chatting about it with like minded folks. How a film looks is important too. Lighting, sets, colors, all play a role in telling the story. Jason Shulman looks at this in a whole new way with his Photographs of Films project.


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Photographs of Films – check out this cool photography project
but is it art? June 5, 2019 posted by

Bioglitter – the eco-friendly glitter alternative

Glitter, the shiny stuff we love to hate. Or just love to love. Your feelings may vary on the subject of glitter. But however you feel about it, it’s everywhere and it’s made of plastic so not great for the planet. Now there’s a pollution friendly alternative. Bioglitter, the plastic free, biodegradable glitter alternative.


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Bioglitter – the eco-friendly glitter alternative
Awesome March 20, 2019 posted by

National Nature Diary – help record the first day of spring in the UK

Spring is upon us (even if some parts of the world are still seeing snow) and the UK Arts and Humanities Research Council is asking the people of their fine land to capture this wondrous event in words and send it in. People all over the UK can contribute the impressions of spring to the national nature diary on March 21.


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National Nature Diary – help record the first day of spring in the UK
but is it art? March 18, 2019 posted by

Julia Alice Chappell – whimsical sculptures made from tech waste

Technology waste doesn’t do so hot when it comes to life after it’s useful. Sometimes you’ve got to think outside of the box though and well, everything can be art. Julia Alice Chappell uses discarded electronics, particularly circuit boards, to create stunning insect sculptures.


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Julia Alice Chappell – whimsical sculptures made from tech waste
but is it art? January 28, 2019 posted by

PanGogh Pancake Art Griddle – make breakfast a work of art

Pancake art is all the rage. Creating colorful creations using food and heat has really taken off. It started humbly with just recognizable shapes but now people are making complex works. Complex and delicious. If you want to get in on the action but don’t know where to start, check out the PanGogh Pancake Art Griddle.


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PanGogh Pancake Art Griddle – make breakfast a work of art
but is it art? January 14, 2019 posted by

Web-A-Skeb – check out this digital Etch-A-Sketch

Did you have an Etch-A-Sketch as a child? Fun little art toy, iconic device really. Chances are you probably never got really good at, the only people who did are masters with it but for the rest of us, it was lines with various curves. Now you can relive that experience with the Web-A-Skeb, the digital copy of the classic toy.


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Web-A-Skeb – check out this digital Etch-A-Sketch
but is it art? November 30, 2018 posted by

AI Photos – computers don’t know what cats look like

Machines don’t see things the way that we see things. They don’t really see things at all but they we still want them to draw. When we ask machines to make images for us, they come up with some very strange things. Rendered wonderfully but just a little bit. . . off. Check out these images to see machine dreams.


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AI Photos – computers don’t know what cats look like