Contemporary visual artists Kate Kaman and Joel Erland are doing more in Key West this winter than looking for their lost shaker of salt. They've managed to seamlessly blend art and technology into the serene Floridian landscape.
- A fungus was recently discovered in the amazon which can anaerobically break down polyurethane. -Alex
3D Printed Alphabet Project “For each of the letters ‘A’ through ‘Z’, the designers selected a typeface beginning with that character, which is used in the sculptural work. Each piece encapsulates a bit of the history of the typeface: the ‘J’ adopts the form of a metro system map, because its fontface ‘johnston’ was originally designed for the london underground; the ‘C’ is composed of ‘courier’ typewriter keys, used in 1950s typewriters. For the project we used two of our in house printers to complete the project which include a dimensions Uprint and a ZCorp 450. Both machines have similar build volumes with the UPrint creating the parts in ABS and the ZCorp in their powder-based material.” -Alex