BLAST 2: Painting with Explosives - Joseph Steele
“You are not a painter” my tutor said. After another failed attempt at painting in the winter of 2010, I decided to vent my frustration by painting with explosives. The show was called BLAST and took as its’ tagline: “A passion for destruction is also a creative passion” Mikhail Bkaunin. Futurist and Vorticist references aplenty
Bless Do Not Blast - Tammy Mike Laufer
Blast/Bless - Ashis Panday On this bless/blast poster, the image that represents bless(Obama) is made up of tiny positive pixels and the image that represents blast(Osama) is made up of tiny negative pixels.
Bless/Blast - Manoj Pandey
BLESSSSSSSSSSS - Elena Gidoni
BLAST BLAST BLAST BLAST - Elena Gidoni
BLESS: MyFry App - Visual Editions
Our hearts are still very much with the MyFry that came out with Stephen Fry’s book, The Fry Chronicles last year. The app takes readers beyond the page turning experience of the book in its physical form and uses the screen for all it’s sliding, swirling and darting around wonder and potential. We could play with this for ages and just keep reading and discovering. That’s the whole point, right?
BLAST: App for “A Visit from the Goon Squad” - Visual Editions
We don’t really have anything against the app that goes with Jennifer Egan’s new book, A Visit from the Goon Squad. It’s fun, gives readers a bit more of an experience than the book does. But the thing we found really dissapointing about it is the “shuffle” feature. When you want to shuffle the pages around, read the book in a different order, you get a warning message telling you that the feature will only unlock once you’ve read the book in the author’s intended order. So, why, we asked ourselves, have it in the first place?