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Links 1 through 10 of 131 by Joe Germuska tagged art

Nigerian Graphic Art: 1960's Workplace Safety Posters http://t.co/UhAtbsGSfQ #Design #workplace #art #Nigerian http://t.co/B8KjFM7zQm

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"For 5 hours on August 7th, one train will circle the central loop, its cars busting with installation, painting and performance!"

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'"Ten Thousand Cents" is a digital artwork that creates a representation of a $100 bill. Using a custom drawing tool, thousands of individuals working in isolation from one another painted a tiny part of the bill without knowledge of the overall task. Workers were paid one cent each via Amazon's Mechanical Turk distributed labor tool. The total labor cost to create the bill, the artwork being created, and the reproductions available for purchase (to charity) are all $100. The work is presented as a video piece with all 10,000 parts being drawn simultaneously. The project explores the circumstances we live in, a new and uncharted combination of digital labor markets, "crowdsourcing," "virtual economies," and digital reproduction.'

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'KISS "Dynasty": Maybe the only album in rock history where the original looks sillier than the Lego rendition.'

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Photographs including renderings of the artist's fingerprints in cheetos and yarn, and a nice map of Hawaii as rendered in "spilled" Hawaiian Punch.

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"I couldn’t get it out of my head. Its that itch, that need to make real an idea that has rolled around in one’s head for days, snowballed itself into a temporary obsession that just has to be satisfied."

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"How the photomontage art of John Heartfield, a contemporary and friend of Brecht, warned the world of the rise of Hitler and Nazism. In the fight against sophisticated Nazi propaganda, Heartfield showed the Nazi regime in its true light."

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'He worked out the fate of the universe through interpretive readings of the Bible, the Koran and Flash Gordon comic books, concluding that “the only way this world can be saved from being completely destroyed is through music.”'

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