Posts Tagged ‘Creative Commons’

February 10th, 2013

Site Makeover

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It was time to update/upgrade this site, so after some recoding I deployed a new joserg.com and redid the theme for this blog. Please take a look around and report any bugs or style issues. I have packaged the files for both the portfolio site and the blog, and you may use and change them […]

May 14th, 2012

Pulse Width Modulation

Picture of circuit

After building a piece at Franconia Sculpture Park last year, I’ve been looking for ways to add more functionality to its electronic component. The sculpture consists of an array of solar panels feeding 2 car batteries and these in turn feeding an array of LED tubes and a couple of power outlets (USB and 120 […]

December 6th, 2011

Teaching Artistry

OK. Here it is: the final word on Teaching Artists courtesy of Etan Marciano, writer, educator and all around great guy. Be sure to check out Etan’s upcoming site The Hyp Replacement. And now for Etan’s riveting prose…   The Artist’s in-Progress Approach to Teaching Art, a Multifaceted Engagement Prologue: It seems, unless you’re a […]

March 24th, 2011

DUB FX – Love Someone

December 14th, 2010

TV snow with Adobe After Efects

Using After Effects for the first time is akin to driving a sports car for the first time. You don’t know what you’re doing, but it feels great and you can’t believe how powerful and smooth the damn machine can be… I followed this tutorial, added a third layer with the “Add grain” effect, and […]

November 13th, 2010

Marco Brambilla

This video by Marco Brambilla is just amazing, BUT due to what I can only assume is Steve Jobs’ fault (snicker), the video controls are not visible. So use the instructions below: PLAY=”double-click”  PAUSE=”click”

October 23rd, 2010

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kick-ass script

What happens when you turn a script into a Custom Brush on Illustrator? Fabulousness… To apply this on Illustrator write something, then break the text (Create Outlines), then grab the whole thing and throw it into your Brush Palette. It will ask you which kind of brush you want to create, you click on “Pattern.” […]

October 11th, 2010

Vast Array at Exit Art

photo of installation

So either by accident or by design, Herb Tam, Lauren Rosati, Papo Colo and Jeanette Ingberman have created what is probably the most computer-friendly exhibition I have seen without plugging in anything more that a couple of light bulbs.