By Joel Johnson at 12:55 pm Mon, Apr 20, 2009
Heavens to Betsy, Casual Profanity's liquid sculpture is captivating. And oh my goodness, I bet you could weave this into someone's hair. (The excellent video and music work helps, too.) [via Waxy]
Update: The music is Ratatat's "Imperials" from LP3 -- Steven
very bloody lovely 🙂
I would like to see details of the pump they used, it seems to be just as happy pumping round air as it is liquid, which is used to great effect here
you could weave it into hair, but I think it would make for a really cool hat
Yes! Now I can have a Blood Hat to go along with my Blood Scarf: http://blog.makezine.com/archive/2006/11/blood_scarf.html
Bravo! Now, how about a macro structure one can stand inside, and possibly some fluorescent dye?
Fuck! That’s fuckin’ awesome, that is.
Really, really fantastic. I second the macro structure request, though I imagine being on the inside would make me very dizzy.
Thank you for the comments and thanks for posting this Joel.
I used a diaphragm pump for that and, you are right, it is happy moving air or water. Also, I’m all in for the fluorescent dye, I’ll post a video of it soon but I think I’ll need some help with the macro structure.
I’m working on other implementations of this to show at the Maker Faire in SF in May; be sure to stop by my booth.
it’s a nifty knitter! who knew such beauty could be created with a nifty knitter?!
this is amazing! the fluorescent would be awesome, same thing with the hair they could do some like european fashion show where everything is made like this, i’d go just to see what they could come up with. this was truely an amazing feat of imagination i can’t wait for more of your ideas
I’m a welder and would be happy to consult on a macro structure, just leave a message here or google hierroglyphic and leave a message there. Fantastic piece!
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