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Project Spotlight: TRANSformation, a Photography Project by Maxx Giffen

Hello, readers. For our first project spotlight, we’ll be focusing on local trans photographer Maxx Giffen’s The TRANSformation Project. Maxx’s project uses photography to document the physical, mental, and/or emotional changes that take place in the lives of the project’s transgendered subjects over a year, whether those changes involve hormones, therapy, surgery, or new habits. 745 more words


Pre-order discount: Illustrated holiday and gift cards from my 2015 collections

There’s a sale at my printer right now, so I’m passing the savings along and taking pre-orders for holiday greeting and gift cards!

Deadline to order at this discounted price is September 30th at noon. 499 more words


Project Highlight -- Episode 2: Ryan Hartzfeld & DiamondCLUB

Episode 2
Diamond Kinetics’ DiamondCLUB application

In this episode, Ryan Hartzfeld gives us an overview of DiamondCLUB, part of the technology Diamond Kinetics is creating to track stats of baseball and softball swings. 111 more words


Project Spotlight: COLTS

The County of Lackawanna Transit System (COLTS) is building a new Intermodal Transportation Facility, near the former Scranton Lackawanna Railroad Station which has been repurposed as a Hotel, and is directly across the tracks from the Steam Town historic site.  118 more words

Architecture & Design

Project Highlight -- Episode 1: Meta Mesh

We want to start bringing attention to projects people are working on around Pittsburgh. As this is a resource for people in Pittsburgh to hear about what is happening in our city, we appreciate your feedback. 163 more words


An artful look at eating meat

Ever since I first took an animal’s life with my own hands with the intention of eating it – a brook trout caught in a barely-big-enough-to-call-a-stream back in high school – I have been at turns fascinated and repulsed by what is involved with getting meat from hoof to dinner plate. 402 more words


Project Preview: Edge of Eternity

What happened to the JRPG Genre?

That’s a thought that’s been playing in my head time and time again after seeing games like Lightning Returns  518 more words