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Ceramic 3D Printer

Artist Jonathan Keep has put together a 3D printer to produce digital objects out of clay, and has put together a document to build one:

Based on the delta type of 3D printer my aim has been to use parts that can either be made with basic DIY tools and skills, or ordered off the internet. The design is specifically for printing in clay but could be adapted to work with other materials. Many other self build 3D printers use parts printed in plastic but with this project I did not want to be reliant on already having access to a 3D printer.

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Looking at Jonathan’s website (in particular the ‘Digital Pots' section), you will see various series based on various ideas. There is the Random Growth of generative forms, Sound Surface based on musical audio data, and other computational methods.

More examples of work can be found here

This fake thing was real.

This fake thing was real.

withoutorgans:

SAGE pin-up, 1950s

withoutorgans:

SAGE pin-up, 1950s

Bear in gold, in “Bear (gold) ,2009

Bear in gold, in “Bear (gold) ,2009

jaysonscottmusson:

ladymisskate:

Booty had me like

oh my

jaysonscottmusson:

ladymisskate:

Booty had me like

oh my

(Source: nerdorgeek, via penisennui)

nearsightedgeorge:

mbearassing:

I will never look at celery the same 


Oh my!

nearsightedgeorge:

mbearassing:

I will never look at celery the same 

Oh my!

(via mr-micks-muses)

3D-Modeling Data of Vagina Gets Japanese Artist Arrested

paddyjohnson:

3D-Modeling Data of Vagina Gets Japanese Artist Arrested

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Megumi Igarashi’s “pussy boat.”

The next frontier of obscenity battles is upon us. Japanese artist Megumi Igarashi was arrested on Monday for sending a link to 3D-modeling data of her vagina—meaning, that with a 3D printer, anyone could make prints of her genitalia. According to the Japanese police, this constitutes obscenity.

Igarashi, who works under the pseudonym Rokudenaskiko (meaning…

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(Source: paddyjohnson)

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Panther Modern

Online art project from laturbo focused on artists who use 3D as their primary medium, and produce work intended for virtual architectural spaces they have been given:

The purpose of PANTHER is to promote the versatility of digital installation, via the construction of new architectural spaces for artists.

Each project shown at PANTHER is given a unique structure in the format of a 3D model file, which built to engage the artist and their process of making. These sites remain open for the artist to create additional installations at any time. Completed rooms are added to the existing architecture, allowing the shape of PANTHER to change with each project.

Currently, there is work by AOTO OOUCHI and EVA PAPAMARGARITI

Panther Modern can be found here

I proposed this idea to someone as a custom artwork designed for his home.  This was a rough sketch but it basically consisted of decorative sconces etc.. that would transform and could be repurposed as to allow new and exciting sexual positions.  It didn’t go over super well.  

I proposed this idea to someone as a custom artwork designed for his home.  This was a rough sketch but it basically consisted of decorative sconces etc.. that would transform and could be repurposed as to allow new and exciting sexual positions.  It didn’t go over super well.  

ST Andrew’s cross disguised as a plant stand/ pedestal.  I had a similar art idea a few years ago, that i’ll post next 

installator:

"One tiny person, one tiny vacuum, one blue whale" (theatlantic.com)

installator:

"One tiny person, one tiny vacuum, one blue whale" (theatlantic.com)

Mike Fleming

Hair Flip (The End of Authentic Gestures)
2014
20’ x 6’ x 8’
mannequin head, pvc, steel base, plastic barrel, pneumatics, air compressor, vinyl backdrop, backdrop stands, microcontroller