Last year I shared here the book ‘Open Softwear – wearable computing using Arduino‘… Well, here is book published a bit earlier (2007) on Arduino processing titled Bionic Arduino Class by Tod E. Kurt aka todbot.
Illustration above by todbot (c)
Illustration bellow by Narbotic (cc)
Since all retro characters from the down of computer arts like Super Mario, Space invaders or Pacman are experiencing a real Renaissance in fashion circles and geek DIY scene, as well as in hand made craft community, I have to point out here amazing Peter Nitsch‘s project ASCIImeo…
Time to learn some new skill in the fields of textile art and electronic geekery for girlz (boyz could jump in, too!)… Learning basics of Electronic Embroidery, LED Robot Embroidery and the usage of LilyPad Arduino with Becky Stern and Diana Eng is gonna be smooth and creative… very cool, geek-ish and chic at the same time…
Photo: Embroidered MRI slices by B. Stern taken from Craftzine (c)
Bill Plympton has an awkward sense of humour while portraying characters in his animated films of which Dog, Horny Chicken, woman, man, Santa, Angel are most popular.
Here are four short animated films by Bill Plympton to introduce you with his distinguished style of making cartoons: Plymtoons, How To Make Love To A Woman, Guard Dog and Guide Dog.