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fastcompany:

Meet Joel Arabaje, Fast Company’s Online Photo Editor and the King of Selfies. Joel originally wanted to be a veterinarian. For a while he was a Rat Laboratory Technician at Queens College, where he tended to the needs of the tiny rodents. In high school, he was a pet groomer. These days, he’s a photographer, illustrator, and designer. For his latest project, Joel is taking a selfie every day for a year, and posting each photo to Instagram. 
Here, the 3 best things Joel found on the Internet this week.

fastcompany:

Meet Joel Arabaje, Fast Company’s Online Photo Editor and the King of Selfies. Joel originally wanted to be a veterinarian. For a while he was a Rat Laboratory Technician at Queens College, where he tended to the needs of the tiny rodents. In high school, he was a pet groomer. These days, he’s a photographer, illustrator, and designer. For his latest project, Joel is taking a selfie every day for a year, and posting each photo to Instagram. 

Here, the 3 best things Joel found on the Internet this week.


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Tumblr Tuesday: Transparent Art Edition
Animated TextAn amazing and hilarious collection of transparent text art, updated daily.
Vince McKelvieMouse over each GIF to experience changes to the amorphous shapes.
TransparalyzeEverything you need, from PNGs of Lizzie McGuire to GIFs of a donut being devoured.
DemonidioggiAn eclectic mix of classic art, cute baby animals and cartoon characters — all made into transparent art. 
Trans-par-en-cyAdorable illustrations of animals with a healthy mix of foods and electronics.
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staff:

Tumblr Tuesday: Transparent Art Edition

Animated Text
An amazing and hilarious collection of transparent text art, updated daily.

Vince McKelvie
Mouse over each GIF to experience changes to the amorphous shapes.

Transparalyze
Everything you need, from PNGs of Lizzie McGuire to GIFs of a donut being devoured.

Demonidioggi
An eclectic mix of classic art, cute baby animals and cartoon characters — all made into transparent art. 

Trans-par-en-cy
Adorable illustrations of animals with a healthy mix of foods and electronics.


fastcompany:

We think of 3-D printers as desktop machines, stagnant workhorses used to generate piecemeal shapes for humans to relocate in the real world. But a new, stunning piece of architecture by the Mediated Matter Group at MIT Media Lab brings all of those assumptions into question.
It’s called the Silk Pavilion, and it is what researchers call a “biological swarm approach to 3-D printing.” It is a beautiful structure constructed by 6,500 live silkworms, and may be the most epicly named piece of fabrication technology since the blowtorch. 
Read more here: How MIT Is Hacking Thousands Of Worms To Print Buildings
fastcompany:

We think of 3-D printers as desktop machines, stagnant workhorses used to generate piecemeal shapes for humans to relocate in the real world. But a new, stunning piece of architecture by the Mediated Matter Group at MIT Media Lab brings all of those assumptions into question.
It’s called the Silk Pavilion, and it is what researchers call a “biological swarm approach to 3-D printing.” It is a beautiful structure constructed by 6,500 live silkworms, and may be the most epicly named piece of fabrication technology since the blowtorch. 
Read more here: How MIT Is Hacking Thousands Of Worms To Print Buildings
fastcompany:

We think of 3-D printers as desktop machines, stagnant workhorses used to generate piecemeal shapes for humans to relocate in the real world. But a new, stunning piece of architecture by the Mediated Matter Group at MIT Media Lab brings all of those assumptions into question.
It’s called the Silk Pavilion, and it is what researchers call a “biological swarm approach to 3-D printing.” It is a beautiful structure constructed by 6,500 live silkworms, and may be the most epicly named piece of fabrication technology since the blowtorch. 
Read more here: How MIT Is Hacking Thousands Of Worms To Print Buildings
fastcompany:

We think of 3-D printers as desktop machines, stagnant workhorses used to generate piecemeal shapes for humans to relocate in the real world. But a new, stunning piece of architecture by the Mediated Matter Group at MIT Media Lab brings all of those assumptions into question.
It’s called the Silk Pavilion, and it is what researchers call a “biological swarm approach to 3-D printing.” It is a beautiful structure constructed by 6,500 live silkworms, and may be the most epicly named piece of fabrication technology since the blowtorch. 
Read more here: How MIT Is Hacking Thousands Of Worms To Print Buildings

fastcompany:

We think of 3-D printers as desktop machines, stagnant workhorses used to generate piecemeal shapes for humans to relocate in the real world. But a new, stunning piece of architecture by the Mediated Matter Group at MIT Media Lab brings all of those assumptions into question.

It’s called the Silk Pavilion, and it is what researchers call a “biological swarm approach to 3-D printing.” It is a beautiful structure constructed by 6,500 live silkworms, and may be the most epicly named piece of fabrication technology since the blowtorch. 

Read more here: How MIT Is Hacking Thousands Of Worms To Print Buildings