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Rust dyeing has fascinated me for a long time and although I have experimented .RUST dyeing has fascinated me for a long time, and although experimented with natural dyes over the years, I Fabric Painting, Fabric Art, Fabric Crafts, Fabric Sewing, Dress Sewing, Shibori, Natural Dye Fabric, Natural Dyeing, Impression Textile

How To Rust Dye Fabrics

We are all familiar with rust, and usually find it a nuisance that we have to either get rid of or avoid. Did you know, however, that the natural property of rust to permanently colour ...

Hopepunk, the latest storytelling trend, is all about weaponized optimism — Vox Storytelling Quotes, I Am A Writer, Air Festival, Hero's Journey, Greater Good, Employee Engagement, Optimism, Alchemy, Organizations

Hopepunk, the latest storytelling trend, is all about weaponized optimism — Vox

In the era of Trump and apocalyptic change, Hopepunk is a storytelling template for #resistance — and hanging onto your humanity at all costs.

Rubber Powered Model Airplanes Take Flight in New ‘Float’ Documentary Trailer - Dr Wong - Emporium of Tings. Air Festival, Colossal Art, Model Airplanes, International Film Festival, Documentaries, Live Art, Web Magazine, Art Club, Herb

Rubber Powered Model Airplanes Take Flight in New 'Float' Documentary Trailer

The full trailer for the documentary Float (previously) introduces the world to a niche indoor sport that involves building and flying self-propelled model airplanes. Directed and edited by Phil Kibbe, the film follows two American pilots, Brett Sanborn and Yuan Kang Lee, as they gear up for the spo

Fasten Seat Belt Sign Not Included: New Furniture Designed Using Retired Aircraft Parts by Plane Industries - KOMEX New Furniture, Furniture Making, Luxury Furniture, Furniture Design, Desk Lamp, Table Lamp, Aircraft Parts, Large Lamps, Lamps For Sale

Fasten Seat Belt Sign Not Included: New Furniture Designed Using Retired Aircraft Parts by Plane Industries

In 2016, Plane Industries (formerly Fallen Furniture) debuted a massive chair made using a reclaimed cowling from a Boeing 737 airplane engine. Over the last three years, the small UK-based company has continued to expand their array of furnishings and home goods that are designed and built with par

Catalan photographer Xavi Bou was always fascinated by birds - and figured out a unique way to photograph their flight patterns. "One day I asked myself what kind of trail the birds would leave in the sky if that were possible," he told My Modern… Flight Patterns, Bird Migration, Surreal Photos, Colossal Art, Chiaroscuro, Abstract Shapes, Birds In Flight, Images, The Incredibles

Double Helixes Streak Across the Sky in Multi-Shot Images of Birds by Xavi Bou

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Researchers in Tokyo Invent a Robot to Autonomously Shift its Shape in Flight - Alphi Creative Small Fan, Air Festival, Colossal Art, Art Club, Art Day, Inktober, Insta Art, Inventions, Robot

DRAGON: A Snakelike Drone Robot That Shape-Shifts in Flight

The JSK Lab at the University of Tokyo has designed a modular flying robot that propels itself through the air with several small fans. The entire device is built to autonomously alter its shape during flight, allowing the robot to maneuver its way through obstacles that might obscure its path. The

Time-Lapse Photographs Capture Swarms of Airplane Lights as They Streak Across the Night Sky (Colossal) Time Lapse Photography, Photography Camera, Photography Tutorials, Photography Ideas, Airplane Lights, Air Festival, Light Trails, Artistic Installation, Colossal Art

Time-Lapse Photographs Capture Swarms of Airplane Lights as They Streak Across the Night Sky

Pete Mauney has been interested in observing the dizzying patterns of planes at night since high school. As a teenager the photographer would watch airplanes has they circled Manhattan, imagining their trajectories and how they might intersect. Although he has worked with night imaging for the few d

It's not very often, when it comes to arts and crafts that I wonder." A Scale Boeing 777 Built Entirely from Paper Manilla Folders by Luca Iaconi Stewart sculpture paper models flight airplanes Paper Airplane Models, Model Airplanes, Paper Models, Paper Planes, Building For Kids, Model Building, Aero Modelo, Manila Folder, Paper Aircraft

A 1:60-Scale Boeing 777 Built Entirely from Paper Manilla Folders by Luca Iaconi-Stewart

Inspired by high school architecture class where he was assigned to create simple paper models using cut paper manilla folders, San Francisco-based designer Luca Iaconi-Stewart went home to begin construction on an extremely ambitious project: a 1:60 scale reproduction of a Boeing 777 using some of

Beautiful Images for Amazing Spaces -- Architecture, Interiors, and Aviation Photography - Los Angeles and Worldwide Suiza Zurich, Auckland Art Gallery, Photo Avion, Photo Layers, Colossal Art, Architectural Photographers, One Image, Photo Series, Portrait

Airportraits: Composite Flight Path Photos Capture Planes Landing and Departing from Worldwide Airports

For his ambitious Airportraits series, photographer Mike Kelley sets up camp outside of airports and meticulously photographs planes as they takeoff and land—shooting thousands of photos per location. He then uses Photoshop to isolate the planes and combines the images into the composite "portraits"

Google Creates AR "Living Monument" Documenting LGBTQ+ History Stonewall Inn, Stonewall Riots, Sylvia Rivera, Stonewall Uprising, Liberation Day, Lost My Job, Lgbt News, Air Festival, Oral History

Google Creates AR "Living Monument" Documenting LGBTQ+ History

And the effort will also donate $1.5 Million to New York's LGBTQ+ center.

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Producing with a Disabled Lens

|Claudia AlickClaudia Alick talks about growing up as an abled youth and her sudden onset illness as an adult, how areas of inaccessibility in the theatre suddenly became hypervisible to her, “crip time,” and more.

Before you are confused about the invasion of hundreds of white balloons, let me convince you. They are in fact the installation work of artist Charles Pétillon. Last year he supplied London's Covent Garden with over Covent Garden, Charles Petillon, Balloon Installation, Creative Review, Colossal Art, White Balloons, French Photographers, Bored Panda, Modern Art

Clusters of White Balloons Photographed Invading Landscapes and Homes by Charles Pétillon

Photographer Charles Pétillon (previously) captures arranged configurations of balloons in a variety of environments—trapping the illuminated organic shapes momentarily in his photographs. The huddles of balloons are metaphors for Pétillon, a nod to the objects, buildings, and structures we often pa