Sunday, December 11, 2005

Plasticity - Sascha Pohflepp



Some interesting ideas and links are over at Sascha Pohflepp's blog http://weblogs.digital.udk-berlin.de/saschaklasse/archives/003152.html - some interesting links, too. Such as Tim Stolzenberg's RP gun http://www.we-make-money-not-art.com/archives/007614.php done at the RCA (pictured).

Homepage at: http://www.plugimi.com/

Thanks to MK http://michelle.kasprzak.ca/ for pointing this out to me.

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