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This week's projects at - Sep 15 '10

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This week's projects at - Sep 15 '10

Postby Charles » Wed Sep 15, 2010 12:00 pm

Drawing with your eyes
After seven years of full-body paralysis, graffiti artist TEMPT1 is producing art again using groundbreaking software and robotics that translate his eye movements. Watch the mesmerizing video to see TEMPT1 in action, as he draws the fonts and designs that will adorn a fantastic array of backer rewards.

Giant-sized comics
Inspired by the golden era of comics and science fiction, the Redmoon art collective takes visual storytelling and produces it on an epic scale. Combining overhead projections, hand drawn illustrations, and live performers, a retro-futuristic comic book story unfolds as 80-foot tall images are projected onto the glass wall of Chicago's Museum of Contemporary Art. Amazing!

Reinventing the View-Master
"American Ruins" is a three-dimensional, photographic series exploring unusual, abandoned buildings — like a candy factory! — to be viewed on an old-fashioned View-Master. Both an exploration of architectural history and a fun throwback to childhood, backers will receive their very own View-Master viewer and a complete set of reels!

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