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  • Park Slope Food Coop #NYC

    New York City has many wonders and the Park Slope Food Coop is definitely one. It’s the city’s oldest organic and local food supermarket and it’s mostly run by volunteers. So I was pleased to visit this strange place one day. Not that the concept of a co-op is strange, even in the US. But […]

  • Interférences (String Network) | Alexis Langevin-Tétrault

    Had the chance to see last night the performance of Alexis Langevin-Tétrault at “Visions of the Future III” and was blown away by the playfulness and dynamic aspect of it. It’s a perfect combination of powerful sound, subtle lighting and choreography working very well together. If you get the chance. Don’t miss it. On stage, […]

  • The dancing potential of the still sculptures

    An animated short film made with just one image exploring the dancing potential of the still sculptures at Nidaros Cathedral in Trondheim, Norway. ISMAEL SANZ-PENA Persistence of Vision III from Ismael Sanz-Pena on Vimeo. Source: Colossal

  • To live in residual spaces

    Fernando Abellanas designed and built a hidden studio, under a bridge in Valencia, Spain. Refugiarse de la ciudad en la propia ciudad. from JoseMP on Vimeo.

  • Arnold Drake, paper artist

    Arnold makes botanically correct flowers out of napkins. ARNOLD from Riley Hooper on Vimeo. Source: BoingBoing

  • Highlights of the Blender Conference 2016

    Here are three video recordings of presentations done at the latest Blender Conference that I think are worth watching. I’ve never had the chance to attend the Blender Conference, but they have always provided live streaming and published recordings afterwards. The diversity and quality of the presentations invite me every time to go through it. […]

  • A patch for the Github centralization dilemma

    Github, with its 75,000,000 repositories, has become a central place for open source development and is well-known for having popularized Git among programmers and other code hungry fellas. The irony is not lost on anyone that we are again relying on a centralized service for our decentralized Git workflow. And as with any centralization comes […]

  • Git versioning and diff visualizing tools for designers

    Here is the video of my presentation at the Libre Graphics Meeting 2016, in London. For the most part, I expose my quest for a Git based visualizing tool that could help designers integrate a version control workflow. The slides are viewable from here. You can also download them from this Gitlab repo. If you […]

  • “Pointillism”, live coding at #PdCon16~

    IOhannes M Zmölnig is an active member of the Pure Data development scene. So it’s of little surprise that he was attending the Pure Data Conference that just happened last week in NYC. Pure Data (Pd) is a visual programming language […] for creating interactive computer music and multimedia works. − Wikipedia You also might […]