Ad-cutting is a kind of guerrilla art form, in which parts of adhesive-backed subway poster ads are creatively cut, peeled, and/or mixed-and-matched with one another to subvert the message of...
Sean Michael Ragan | Wednesday April 4th, 2012 9:00 AM
Categories: Art & Design | 34 Comments
If you want to see 3D printers, tool lending, laser cutters, skill building, entrepreneurial classes and hackspace-like activities visit the NYPL "Join the Conversation" page and send in your comments....
Phillip Torrone | Wednesday February 22nd, 2012 3:00 PM
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Neat idea from NY architect John Locke, who designed this slot-together plywood shelf unit to hang over the standard public telephone kiosk without fasteners or other alterations to the existing...
Sean Michael Ragan | Thursday February 16th, 2012 6:00 AM
Categories: Energy, Furniture | 2 Comments
Sculptor Tony Cragg created this dice-covered sculptures for Paris’s FIAC art show, which took place in October. Love to see this style with d20s! [via Colossal; photo courtesy of Daniel...
John Baichtal | Friday February 3rd, 2012 7:00 AM
Categories: Art & Design | 3 Comments
As I spent the days and nights shipping, I thought it would be interesting to consider how we could transform and evolve the postal system. I think makers, hackers and...
Phillip Torrone | Tuesday January 17th, 2012 3:00 PM
Categories: Uncategorized | 82 Comments