July 22, 2014 at 9:07pm
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Reblogged from chromacle

chromacle:

FUCKD_SPHER⑊CHROMACLE

 These gifs are based on animation I’ve been working on over the past couple of months. Created in Blender, using my lack of skills in rigging a mesh to my benefit, the shapes are very simple but manage to emote in a surprising way through their movement.

⑇ In the works is a shirt based on these, which will be available at lWlVl, and possibly online as well.

⑈ 2880 x 1800 WALLPAPER

For the evening users

12:30pm
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FUCKD_SPHER⑊CHROMACLE

 These gifs are based on animation I’ve been working on over the past couple of months. Created in Blender, using my lack of skills in rigging a mesh to my benefit, the shapes are very simple but manage to emote in a surprising way through their movement.

⑇ In the works is a shirt based on these, which will be available at lWlVl, and possibly online as well.

⑈ 2880 x 1800 WALLPAPER

July 21, 2014 at 8:01pm
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⑆Posting new gifs tomorrow, keep your eyes peeled.

July 11, 2014 at 1:45pm
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Round Three Arists: ლ(ಠ益ಠლ)

bit-shifter:

jenndlv:

lwlvl:

lWlVl Festival is proud to present musical performances by
TRASH 80(US)

L-TRON (US)

live visuals by
ROSA MENKMAN (DK)
BATSLY ADAMS (US)

installation by
MARK KLEEB (US)
DEATH BY AUDIO ARCADE (US)


For full line-up and more announcements, head to lWlVl.com

YUP. WE DONE DID THAT.

sick sick sick

June 16, 2014 at 2:20pm
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I will be performing visuals at the first TRUEWAVE event Friday June 27th. It’s going to be pretty cool.

Dear Philadelphia Rave Scene,Let’s make a deal. We’re going to try something different. How about we throw a dance party that puts the vibe first? Waiting for the drop every song? This might not be the one for you. Showing up at 10pm to dance all night? We can make that happen. Some of the freshest talent Philly has to offer? On it. We also promise to up the spice with enhanced sound and legit visuals. Let’s keep this intimate though. Drop by, and we’ll do the rest.-TruewaveTRUEWAVEFriday June 27th at Goldilocks Gallery 10pm-2amGuest DJs Louis Futon & Des McMahon Residents: Fredric Fresh, JXLbeats, XNDR, Architekt, Jack DeezlOpening set by Dayo & Jansen of Pure Productions$7 Presale

truewave.eventbrite.com

I will be performing visuals at the first TRUEWAVE event Friday June 27th. It’s going to be pretty cool.

Dear Philadelphia Rave Scene,

Let’s make a deal. We’re going to try something different. How about we throw a dance party that puts the vibe first? Waiting for the drop every song? This might not be the one for you. Showing up at 10pm to dance all night? We can make that happen. Some of the freshest talent Philly has to offer? On it. We also promise to up the spice with enhanced sound and legit visuals. Let’s keep this intimate though. Drop by, and we’ll do the rest.

-Truewave


TRUEWAVE
Friday June 27th at Goldilocks Gallery 10pm-2am
Guest DJs Louis Futon & Des McMahon 
Residents: Fredric Fresh, JXLbeats, XNDR, Architekt, Jack Deezl
Opening set by Dayo & Jansen of Pure Productions
$7 Presale

truewave.eventbrite.com

June 13, 2014 at 6:31pm
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Get hyped! First round of artists announced!

lwlvl:

We are very happy to announce the following artists for lWlVl 2014!
On the stage:
MENEO (ES)
SHIROBON (UK)
SLIME GIRLS (US)
 
With live visuals by:
RAQUEL MEYERS (SE)
CHROMACLE (US)
 
And installation work by:
PHILLIP STEARNS (US)
 
More announcements to follow!

I am extremely excited to be performing visuals at LWLVl festival this august in NYC!

June 11, 2014 at 12:01pm
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Naharot is a project that I have been working on for the past few months that bridges gaps in a lot of my artwork. 

It begins with the roller seen towards the bottom. I wanted to create a new way to print by using a 3D printed roller. This way I could create a design sculpturally on the computer, print it, and then print with it, combining two different printmaking processes in a new way. During this process I was surprised by how much I enjoyed the geometry that I saw in the wireframe structure of the CAD model for the roller. I decided to adapt this geometry and use these designs for screen printing (as seen on the back of my new business cards). This brought in an additional method of printmaking, and creating the series seen here.

If you still curious about my process, I go a little bit more in depth here:
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/6919958/Naharot%20Technical%20Writeup.pdf

Or you can always message me.

May 28, 2014 at 10:26pm
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Part of preparing for my class’s senior show this Friday has been making new business cards. Because getting business cards printed on short notice can be expensive and risky, I decided to have a go at printing them myself.

This is some of the process I went through in screen printing my new business cards.

Some things I learned from this experiment:

  • sometimes a finer mesh isn’t the answer for a delicate design (ink wouldn’t come through and the design didn’t burn well on 305, but 230 worked perfectly)
  • humidity REALLY is your friend when printing fine detail
  • spitting in your ink really helps! or maybe it’s the retarder? (thanks janemai!)
  • aluminum rulers suck.
  • give yourself more than a week to print 160 business cards.

If anyone has questions about the process here or screen printing in general, feel free to ask.

May 12, 2014 at 10:27pm
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pics from the art partee jawn

pics from the art partee jawn

(Source: huniemagikfaeriefarm, via patchphl)

April 27, 2014 at 1:12pm
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rosenbergjordan:

Donate here
Hey guys,
Glitch PokéZine features 68 illustrations by 68 artists, making it double the size of both Ghost & Ice PokéZine. 
The printing of Glitch PokéZine will be very expensive. Although we don’t have the means to pay the artists, each of them will receive free copy of the zine. The remaining copies will be sold on BigCartel (just as the previous 2 were). It would be ideal to sell them for as low as possible.
This is why we’re reaching out to you guys to raise money for the printing. We will use ALL of the donated money to lower the price of Glitch PokéZine. We’d prefer to charge less than $20 per zine (for reference, Ice PokéZine was 36 pages & $12).
Donators of $3 or more will receive a free Japanese Pokémon card from 1996-2001. Provide us with your info / address and one will be mailed to you.
We would like to be as upfront and transparent about this process as possible, so please let us know if you have any questions. Any and all donations are appreciated. Love you guys!
-Jordan & Iasmin

rosenbergjordan:

Donate here

Hey guys,

Glitch PokéZine features 68 illustrations by 68 artists, making it double the size of both Ghost & Ice PokéZine. 

The printing of Glitch PokéZine will be very expensive. Although we don’t have the means to pay the artists, each of them will receive free copy of the zine. The remaining copies will be sold on BigCartel (just as the previous 2 were). It would be ideal to sell them for as low as possible.

This is why we’re reaching out to you guys to raise money for the printing. We will use ALL of the donated money to lower the price of Glitch PokéZine. We’d prefer to charge less than $20 per zine (for reference, Ice PokéZine was 36 pages & $12).

Donators of $3 or more will receive a free Japanese Pokémon card from 1996-2001. Provide us with your info / address and one will be mailed to you.

We would like to be as upfront and transparent about this process as possible, so please let us know if you have any questions. Any and all donations are appreciated. Love you guys!

-Jordan & Iasmin