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Crocheted Masks by threadstories Question How We Portray Ourselves Online

 Art Craft #crochet #masks #textiles January 31, 2019 Kate Sierzputowski Irish visual artist Threadstories crafts wearable textile masks that are often full-coverage, obscuring her face with layers of multi-colored yarn. The works are made with traditional techniques, and inspired by everything from the art of basketweaving to Francis Bacon‘s distorted figural paintings. Each work begins …

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An Interpretation of the Body’s Circulatory System in Hand Cut Paper by Andy Singleton

 Art #anatomy #paper January 31, 2019 Laura Staugaitis Anatomic by paper artist Andy Singleton (previously) is an intricate journey through the body’s interior systems. For the work, the artist used three different hues of paper—bright red, burgundy, and powder blue—to distinguish the elaborate structural networks that are formed from its arteries and veins, kidneys, lungs, …

Designs

watch this MIT robot ‘cheat’ at jenga

MIT news writes that teaching a robot to play jenga with traditional machine learning schemes require 10s of thousands of tested attempts — not too bad until you consider the amount of human hours it would take to build 54 blocks in perfect perpendicular 3 X 3 stacks 10s of thousands of times. however, the engineers …

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COS announces architect arthur mamou-mani for 2019 milan design week collaboration

london-based fashion brand COS has tapped arthur mamou-mani to collaborate on its next installation, to be presented during milan design week 2019. the french architect follows the likes of phillip k smith III, studio swine, sou fujimoto, and snarkitecture. mamou-mani is set to create a digitally fabricated pavilion that will guide visitors through the courtyard and into the surrounding gardens of …

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GPS Map Composed of 68,000 Pinpoints Tracks the Territorial Nature of Minnesota Wolves

 Science #animals #maps #technology January 31, 2019 Kate Sierzputowski The Voyageurs Wolf Project is a collaboration between the University of Minnesota and Voyageurs National Park which tracks and studies wolves throughout the warmer months. In 2018, the project studied six northern Minnesota packs, creating a map that showcases the intensely territorial way the animals behave, and …