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GHOST TRAIN @ Burningman

admin » 13 March 2010 » In works » No Comments

**UPDATE**  Check out the OFFICIAL GHOST TRAIN SITE @ ghostTrain.info

Yup…it’s official! Mark Bruels, Erik Burke, and I have been invited to bring our digital graffiti project, GHOST TRAIN to Burning Man this year!

We are so pumped to bring this project to the more that 48,000 community members of Black Rock City in 2010. GHOST TRAIN is an interactive subway projection where participants use hacked spray paint cans to create art on the passing trains with light instead of paint. What better project for this years’ Burning Man theme of Metropolis? We made the prototype with Processing and now have to bring in the big dogs (AS3 / C++) for the heavy lifting. I can hardly wait to get crackin!

Keep an eye out for more information about the project!  We’ll post pictures during our development process.

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Scratch Off

admin » 28 June 2009 » In personal » No Comments

I LOVE scratch off tickets in the sense that I love the idea of them….(not that I buy them).
I love this scratch off work “Hidden Love Song” by design team Milk and Tales.

And now I know how to make my own scratch off!

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