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Tips for conference bloggers

Tips for conference bloggers is a six-page illustrated guidebook made by Ethan Zuckerman and Bruno Giussani, veterans in conferences. It’s availbale in two PDF versions, 6 pages or 3 pages booklet format, and anyone can freely download and use (it’s … Continue reading

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Nemo Gould

The artist Nemo Gould has been creating his signature style of kinetic metal and found object sculpture for over 20 years. His portfolio has shows fabulous mixed media and found object sculptures, with a neat retro style. It also includes … Continue reading

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Audio Cassette Tape Nostalgia

Tapedeck is a project of neckcns.com, built to showcase the amazing beauty and (sometimes) weirdness found in the designs of common audio tape cassettes. There’s an amazing range of designs, starting from the early 60’s functional cassette designs, moving through … Continue reading

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The Online Paper Airplane Museum

Throw me the first paper ball who never built a paper plane. Folding paper airplanes in an A4 paper sheet is one of several artistic abilities I have, which also include drawing stickmen (“bonecos de pauzinho” in Portuguese) and very … Continue reading

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Make your own Dalek

From time to time this blog receives visits of people searching for Daleks. Those incredible extraterrestrial mutant creatures from Doctor Who series are much more popular that I imagined. The first time I made a post about the Daleks I … Continue reading

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Steampunk Keyboard Mod

You just need of time, talent and the right materials to make a awesome Steampunk Keyboard Mod like the one above. It’s an excellent tutorial, step by step, with videos and pictures. I would love to have a knack for … Continue reading

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Fergus Ray Murray

Via WikiHow I discovered how to make polymer clay cats and the fantastic universe of clay sculpture creatures of Fergus Ray Murray, aka Oolong. Thanks to him, now I’m with an irresistible wish to buy pots clay of clay to … Continue reading

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The Art of Caricaturing

Caricature is the art of excess by excellence. It’s a portrait that exaggerates or distorts the essence of a person or thing to create an easily identifiable visual likeness. The cartoonist chose the memorable characteristic of person to be portrayed … Continue reading

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Mosaic with Book Covers

At first sight, the image above looks like just the logo of this blog with a strange resolution. Now look again in a higher resolution? Can you see it? Yes! Books! It’s a mosaic made with covers of my books … Continue reading

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How-to Fold Paper Roses

One more suggestion for Valentines’ day: paper roses. DIY Maven give all the instructions of How to Fold a Paper Rose, with links to two tutorials, WikiHow and bloom4ever, and a video showing step by step of this not so … Continue reading

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