How two nerds refine the palette of their wedding party--she looted Home Depot, I swiped an Ott-Lite from work. We ended up with a handmade swatchbook each, for all us up front. A note to those readers: no color here is true, await your packages in the mail.
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Just now, upon watching the video record of Graffiti Research Lab's first project, I sincerely thought to myself, "This, is beautiful".
Then immediately afterward, "Why didn't I think of that?"
Which I think I meant quite literally--I'm intimate with all the materials and ideas being drawn from here, I could talk Flavin and neodymium, open-source and installation, all day. The elements at work just never coalesced into this manifestation for me.
Thank god they did for fi5e and Resistor. This is inspiring work--the kind of easy brilliance that makes me proud to have found my profession. Thankful too, that communities like Eyebeam/Openlab and Instructables exist and are beginning to thrive.
My primary machine is an aging laptop. Consequently, I only ever have a small portion (17.89 GB) of my music collection on it--storage issues. So, today I was taking a look at what I was missing out on (the other 80 Gigs that live in an external), and moving some things around, when I came across a record I should have remembered recently.