Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Link Round-Up: May 10, 2017

Prints available for purchase from Gallery1988. US$35
Part of the King art show at Gallery1988.

Alternative Love Blueprint” is a fascinating art map, created by the UK-based Dorothy Collective, that connects the histories of alternative music artists through the blueprint of a transistor radio circuit board. Prints are available for purchase online.

"At the intersection of thread, leaves, and her steady hands, artist Susanna Bauer produces miraculous little sculptures that fuse the natural world with the handmade..."

Banksy Unveils Brexit-Inspired Mural Showing Dismantling Of EU Flag

Desktop Metal has unveiled two new metal printing systems that, if they perform well in the field, could offer unprecedented capabilities at low price points of just $120,000 and $360,000, respectively. Metal printers currently on the market can cost north of a million.  Make reports that Shapeways will soon give users access to HP’s new Multi Jet Fusion 3D printing technology.

IKEA-Inspired Apparels Continue To Surface From Designers, Creative Studios

James Floyd Kelly, has just launched a new dungeon crafting show, specializing in terrain construction, called Game Terrain Engineering. He has four videos already posted and a more coming this week. New weekly episodes are promised after that.

Science writer Dominic Walliman created a map that summarizes and visualize the entire field of mathematics in a single image. In the companion video, Walliman explains how he created the map and why things are grouped and organized the way they are.

To celebrate Star Wars Day last week, geeky and creative father Donovan Ewing (a.k.a. “The Beardless Man“) created an awesome Rogue One themed tutorial video where he demonstrates how to make a K-2SO skateboarding helmet that features glowing eyes. We previously wrote about the Star Wars Millennium Falcon tablet theater that Donovan made for his kids.

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