Monthly Archives: November 2016
For my phenakistoscope I focused on exploring engraving a raster image with the laser cutter, I was intrigued by the ability to do a lot of little detail and then have it repeated 12 times and not needing to repeat … Continue reading
Adam Beckett had a very short animation career yet he is remembered as one the masters of the optical printer, making for a case of the good dying young. He died in a house fire in 1979 at the untimely … Continue reading
Currently, there isn’t much backlash for new stations being responsible for the information that presenting being accurate. This is a problem is best exemplified news station gets to together a panel of “experts” which usually ends up just being a … Continue reading
Interestingly the word cash had a meaning in the late 19th century as an English word for to refer to coins from china, this usage is completely separately from the better know usage which origination from the french word for money … Continue reading
The progression 5,7,5 usually conjures thoughts of haikus, In this piece I wanted to show a system of struggling to count to three.
The chair is giving the cold shoulder to the viewer, it turned away and so close to the edge the page that if the viewer would have to walk around the other side to sit down.