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Processed Views – Landscape of Processed Foods

Fruit Loop mountains and canyons made of chips might be someone’s dream and another person’s nightmare.  Artists Barbara Ciurej and Lindsay Lochman created a series of landscape images in 2012-2013 made of processed food.  On their website, the artists write “As we move further away from the natural sources of our food, we head into uncharted territory replete with unintended [...]

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Quaddel – a Process for Growing 3d Plants and Other Structures

Dominik Kolb and Christopher Bader, 26-year-old students at the University of Applied Sciences in Germany have developed a project where an interactive application can help users create abstract forms. Called Quaddel, the project combines 3D printing and an interactive application to assist users in creating dynamic development of 3d imagery and output. Quaddel’s formations are built on formulas, math, and [...]

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Take 48 hours to Create New Amazing Services in a “Service Jam”

What kind of new public services and programs are needed in your community?  Individuals interested in service design, design thinking, and innovation will meet at locations all over the world to develop brand new services and experience collaboration. In cities such as Los Angeles, Vienna, Chicago, and other places, teams will have one weekend to create ideas for new services. [...]

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Good Money – A Project to Encourage Good Deeds

Good Money is a project by Good Virus that aims to inspire people to spend their money wisely and use their dollar bills for good. For the project, people stamp their $1 and $5 bills with text that reads: “This money has been used for good,” as well as provides a link to the Good Virus website. The idea is [...]

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Just Right – A Breakfast Installation

Jennifer Rubell creates participatory artwork that is a hybrid of performance art, installation, and happenings. The pieces are often large in scale and use food and drink.  Past pieces have included a ton of ribs hung from the ceiling, with honey dripping on them; 2,000 hard-boiled eggs and a huge stack of latex gloves nearby to use for picking them [...]

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