Rotating Shelving-

Inspirations: Bramble and Hare Restaurant https://www.google.com/search?q=bramble+and+hare&sxsrf=ALeKk03qqy5-VvBYRcz1yj9qGm2abXFozg:1583725527416&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwiIwe6rvYzoAhVuhq0KHT5KCIAQ_AUoA3oECBQQBQ&biw=1920&bih=937#imgrc=jxZH7-QfnZawcM Vision: After my preliminary review and the destruction that is COVID-19, I am unable to physically complete this project this semester and therefore will be turning in a final rendering of this item. Some of the comments and suggestions that I am contemplating are adding chicken wire to ensure…
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Aesthetic Exploration, ‘Conjunction’

Aesthetic of Conjunction Benjamin Chang When looking for inspiration regarding aesthetics, I searched for artists I enjoy. Olafur Eliasson is such an artist that I find great inspiration from. Eliasson specializes in creating works of art that engage with the audience via a sense of space and feeling. Eliasson Exhibitions yield marvelous and mysterious works…
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Aesthetic Explorations: Exploring Apple Wallpapers

Apple introduced changeable wallpaper beginning with system 7 for Mac OS, which was released in 1991, almost 30 years ago. Although the early versions of these wallpapers were very choppy and not aesthetically pleasing, they were unique and changeable, and they laid the framework for where the default wallpapers are now. Mac OS System 7…
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Aesthetic Exploration: Crust Punk

Crust punk is a sub-genre of punk music made with acoustic instruments including but not limited to guitar, banjo, mandolin, washboard, washtub bass, or whatever else you could realistically transport easily while being homeless. Crust punk generally relies on the idea of complete rejection and disillusion with modern opulence and rebellion against traditional values. The…
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Spider Toy: Wednesday Update March 30th – Industrial Aesthetics

Just got back from spring break, and the project is coming along slowly. I went to McGuckins Hardware Store to collect several “solar powered hobby cars” to collect small plastic gears and metal parts to build a prototype of my design, and then salvage the parts for the final design.  I also bought spring steel…
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Fabrication Timeline

For my design, I will need to fabricate both a wood structure for my hourglass and a light installation to go inside. As of now, I am not settled on the details of my light installation so I will focus on fabricating the wood base. Taking inspiration from traditional hourglass forms, I want the wood…
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From Fists and Steel to Jungle Bicycle Part 2

I initially set out to make a café racer style bicycle, using among other things the Joe Lewis Detroit fist as my inspiration. After spending quite a bit of time in my friend’s shop trying to perfect my welding skills, I bailed on this idea. I did not feel confident enough welding the thin walled…
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Final project part 1

Project description I decided to make an infinity mirror because it can not only give me some chances to playing with some electronics but also creating some really cool optical effect after finishing this project.Why can the infinity mirror creates “tunnel” effect? The secret is that the infinity mirror actually contains two mirrors with different transmissivity…
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