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20 May 2012 | Moving brain kibble from one container to another

Food for the brain. Feed the brain. Here is a heaping helping of kibble. (I am moving this from my teaching notes; future kibble will be posted here on the blog.)

See also Visual resources in my teaching notes for a few major image repositories that I enjoy.

And now, on with the show…

Make good art. — Yeah. What he said.

Nice to see a girl putting handles on cups instead of knocking them off and the rabbit is a fur-coated, warm-blooded animal. Dated gems of instructional filmmaking.


He’s back! — An invocation for beginnings

OMG! A giant bubble machine! by Nicholas Hanna

Air and water. Earth and fire, anyone?


A lovely meditation on the work of an artist creating ceramic vessels and sculptures.

I am smaller than a tiny speck.

Now I know why I never can find a tape measure when I need one.

Expérimentations enflammées — painting with fire (light) and more here.

Well worth a watch (for creatives and presenters).

This is my kind of rigid body dynamics with fracturing. More here.

Looking and seeing differently.

Let go my Lego.

The marvels of daily life are exciting; no movie director can arrange the unexpected that you find in the street.” — Robert Doisneau

“A good theory or idea is one where you don’t assume more than you have to.”
John Kostick (Here is a lovely video about one of his bodies of work.)

Simulate this.

How to: Bunnies and Penguins.

Grouped in brain kibble | permanent link

Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible.
— Dalai Lama XIV