Project: Sculpture made from 2 million oil barrels

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(Featured photo by Sergio Russo) Keywords: Art, oil, environmentalism, activism, civil disobedience. Norway produces approximately 2 million barrels of oil per day, 12% of the worlds production. This project seeks financing and formal approval for building and promoting a sculpture built from the same number of used oil barrels.

Drivorgel

Skulle egentlig ha dette prosjektet ferdig til Trondheim Maker Faire. Prototypen funker, og spiller av samples når man holder nede knappene, men rakk ikke gjøre orgelet helt ferdig. Kan testes på  https://pappmaskin.no/opensource/drivorgel/index%20v10.html (Vent til det står Ready, da er lydene lastet inn. Trykk og hold nede piltastene. Lyden spiller så lenge tasten er holdt nede.… Fortsett å lese Drivorgel

Slapp lørdag

Med sollyset forsvinner lysten til å bruke kroppen, men heldigvis flytter tiltakslysten seg over i hode og fingre. Høsten er tiden for å lage rare, fine ting.

DIY: My first “acoustic laptop”

A picture of my first experiment with creating an acoustic laptop, which basically is miked wooden box with a interesting soundgenerating objects inside. Really easy to make, all you need is a piezo element (you’ll find them in those cheap birtdaycards that play music, or you can order them online. The piezo element is soldered… Fortsett å lese DIY: My first “acoustic laptop”

Beyond Graffiti: Clever Guerrilla Urban Art Installations

Beyond Graffiti: Clever Guerrilla Urban Art Installations Spanish artist SpY has refined his subversive urban art interventions over decades of work converting conventional spaces into extraordinary places. He is an international sensation that adapts his work to whatever process and materials a situation calls for, from giant posters and billboards to small-scale transformations. Many of… Fortsett å lese Beyond Graffiti: Clever Guerrilla Urban Art Installations

Tiny Eco Warriors #1-5

This is a good project to do with kids. Just start gathering bits and pieces of junk in a box, or clean out a few drawers, and you soon have enough raw material to create your own little eco warrior tribe! Any material can be used. On the creature above we have a wine cork… Fortsett å lese Tiny Eco Warriors #1-5