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U-Ram Choe's kinetic sculptures

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.)

Film & Visual Arts

Kinetic Typography Test

A quick little kinetic typography sequence I plan to use for the Versus Screen of my fighting game project ‘Project Z.E.D’


More of What I Do

The black sculpture with the circle and balancing S shapes, the abstract penguin and the hard to see wire dog are more images of my kinetic art work. 37 more words


Tim Lewis, Jean Tinguely and other mechanical masterpieces.

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



We have started the manufacturing process and have begun testing the Kinetics. Things are going very well so far, April can’t come soon enough! Head on over to… 9 more words


Design for design sake

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.


Seiko values

My latest trawl through Seiko watches show just how this Company are climbing up the price ladder and somehow the attraction of Astron and GPS enables models isn’t as great as they’d like to think, for me at any rate.  651 more words