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A Kinetic Sculpture by Felipe Pantone Slides into a Hypnotizing Kaleidoscope of Color

   22 May 00:00:21  |  ThisIsColossal

Argentinian-Spanish artist Felipe Pantone makes the relationship between color theory and human action tangible. His latest kinetic sculpture, titled “Subtractive Variability Manipulable 3,” features three translucent slides that shift to create hypnotic gradients. In cyan, magenta, and yellow, each piece visualizes the variances of subtracted color when affected by human touch.
In a statement, Panton said he “evokes a spirit in his work that feels like a collision between an analog past and a digitized future, where human beings and machines will inevitably glitch alongside one another in a prism of neon gradients, geometric shapes, optical patterns, and jagged grids.” Many of his colorful works appear pixelated in the physical form of a mural or sculpture. More

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Precise Angular Stitches Encase Found Twigs in Natalie Ciccoricco?s New Embroideries

   22 May 00:00:21  |  ThisIsColossal

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Stunning Aerial Photographs by Mitch Rouse Capture the Precise Patterns of Farmland

   21 May 00:00:03  |  ThisIsColossal

Before crops are harvested and combine tracks mark the soil, Wyoming-based photographer Mitch Rouse captures the immaculately planted farmland that patterns the western United States. His captivating aerial shots frame the patchwork fields, concentric rows, and land-hugging lines formed with sprouted produce and vibrant trees. Sometimes disrupted by a natural landmark like a small mountain range, the photographer’s images provide a new perspective on the cultivated land.
Rouse tells Colossal that the Palouse?a major agricultural area in the northwest? is one of his favorite regions to visit because it’s often full of luxuriant fields. More

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RISD Continuing Education Launches 130+ Online Summer Courses

   21 May 00:00:03  |  ThisIsColossal

RISD CE Online summer programming includes classes for adults and teens, credit-bearing courses, and the new Advanced Program for High School Students.
No matter where you are, what your skill level, or how much time you have this summer, RISD CE Online has a course for you. Programs include weekend workshops, multi-week sessions, credit-bearing courses, and the new Advanced Program for High School Students. Choose from 130+ online courses with time commitments ranging from three hours to eight weeks. More

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   20 May 18:28:19  |  jasondweller

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Tuxedoed Penguins Plunge into A Private Tour of the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art

   20 May 00:00:06  |  ThisIsColossal

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Explore 30 Years of Arresting Images Captured by the Hubble Space Telescope in a New Book

   20 May 00:00:06  |  ThisIsColossal

It’s the 30th anniversary of the first launch of the Hubble Space Telescope?the first major instrument to be placed in outer space and arguably one of the greatest inventions in the history of scientific discovery. The newly released book, Expanding Universe: The Hubble Space Telescope, is a celebration of this milestone, in which readers come face-to-face with some of the most unimaginable images that the telescope has captured. More

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A Photographer Captures the Bizarre and Idiosyncratic Collections Displayed in Belgian Windows

   19 May 00:00:06  |  ThisIsColossal

When photographer Jean-Luc Feixa moved from Toulouse to Brussels, he began noticing the cultural, linguistic, and architectural differences between the two cities. “It may seem anecdotal,” he tells Colossal, “but the windows here are much larger than in France and easily disclose the house interiors.”
On his commute, Feixa often would pass the glass openings displaying robust collections, family mementos, and items for sale. “One day, I came across a group of children who seemed to be fascinated by a LEGO construction. More

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Sleek Furniture Collection by Hilla Shamia Harmonizes Cast Aluminum and Natural Wood

   19 May 00:00:06  |  ThisIsColossal

Starting with gnarly hunks of trees, Hilla Shamia (previously) seamlessly merges wood and aluminum into industrial-style furniture. The Tel Aviv-based designer pours the hot metal into leg molds that surround the organic material, preserving the wood’s shape and texture and ensuring that each console, bench, and stool is unique.
To make the tops entirely smooth, she uses molten aluminum to fill in the gaps and divets that are occurring naturally in the wood. More

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A Carnivalesque Short Film by Fernando Livschitz Imagines a Buoyant Vienna

   18 May 00:00:20  |  ThisIsColossal

Vienna is like…,” a new animated short by Fernando Livschitz (previously), brings a heavy dose of the absurd to the Austrian capital. The director, who’s from Argentina and heads Black Sheep Films, captures an imagined Vienna in which historic buildings float in the air and a massive, multicolored slinky connects public transit cars. Watch the full animation that’s set to a circus-style tune below, and head to Vimeo and Instagram, where Livschitz shares more of his amusing films. More

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