Tag Archives: rising

TEXTile: Recycled Keyboard Keys Find Purpose Again

Jean Shin is pretty cool. First, we saw her bizarre melted wave of vinyl records (we hope no Journey vinyl was used.) Now, we’re taking a look at Jean Shin’s TEXTile, an interactive sculpture that’s comprised of 22,528 recycled keyboard keys that are fashioned in a way to make it appear as a tapestry. At its base is a customized ...

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Melted Vinyl Wave Caused By CDs

We’ve seen a lot of artists this month. From Nikki Cook‘s comics to Adam Stennett‘s oil paintings, we just can’t get enough! The latest to grace our inbox is Korean artist Jean Shin. The above picture is her sculpture called “Sound Wave,” which is made solely out of melted vinyl records to express the awareness of rising technology which renders ...

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DIY Wiretapping: For The Paranoid

ITsecurity.com has posted a comprehensive guide on do-it-yourself wiretapping as well as wiretapping defense. Offering a slew of choices to approach your attempt to spy on your gorgeous blond-haired neighbor including: how to install bugs, track someone’s whereabouts with their cell phone (if it’s registered with a U.K. phone company), in addition to how-to FM wiretap. And if it boils ...

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