Juxtapoz features Korean artist U-Ram Choe, who creates extraordinary kinetic sculptures, “charting a path between art, science and cybernetic technologies. Finely engineered stainless steel, aluminium, and acrylic ‘bones’ provide the skeletal scaffolding for the ‘brains and muscles’ – CPUs and motors – which are assembled into captivating forms reminiscent of otherworldly flora and fauna.” (Hat tip: Gizmodo.)
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I have been working on my fourth and penultimate puppet of the year. It seems to make sense to start to move into the mechanised object, I have been pursuing to possibilities of incorporating a dimension of interaction with in my work. 330 more words
I discovered John Edmark’s work in this New York Times article titled ‘Design Distraction’ about executive toys. Suddenly I realize that fabulous design need not necessarily be only practical: it can just be for the sake of design or relaxation too.