The Saint Stupid’s Day Parade is an annual parade that takes place in San Francisco on April 1st. The somewhat anarchistic parade was founded by Ed Holmes (aka Bishop Joey of the First Church of the Last Laugh) in the late 1970s. If April 1st falls on a weekday, the parade starts at the foot of Market Street and follows a well established route through the financial district. If April 1st falls on a weekend, the parade starts at the Transamerica Pyramid, proceeds up Columbus Street and ends at Washington Square. The parade begins promptly at noon. Participation in the parade is open to the public and silly costumes are encouraged.wikipedia
People take part in the annual St. Stupid’s Day Parade held at the financial district in San Francisco, the United States, April 1, 2013. The 35th Annual St. Stupid’s Day Parade was held on April Fool’s Day in San Francisco
Bratislava, Slovakia based artist Martin Sedlak made these beautiful chairs. Neon chairs made with 5 numbered pieces Tube And bent neon tube.
250 red 20-liter polyethylene recycled tanks were used to build the freestanding structure
The Bibigloo is an architectural postmodernist inuit concept.
The Bibigloo (contraction of Bibi and Igloo) is both a work of land art, design, light source and a plastic art installation.
It is a habitat type polyethylene igloo to replace the 20th century igloo traditionally made of ice.
Indeed, following the thawing of the ice, innovative solutions must be found to relocate the Inuit people.
The River Animated light sculpture Illuminated by 72 LEDs by Students project by Media Lab at LASALLE
The Media Lab at LASALLE is a practice oriented and studio based environment that is focused on creating artifacts and prototypes with the use of technology. It is concerned with research involving computational design, physical computing and digital fabrication applicable to everyday life situations, the design process, or within an artistic context
A class of 2nd year Interactive Art students from Lasalle College of the Arts, namely; Adam Aw, Benjamin Low, Jacky Boen, Mithru Vigneshwara, Mui Rui Yi and Zac Ong, together with their lecturer, Andreas Schlegel created The River for the 2012 ilight Festival held at the Marina Bay, Singapore.
The River is created in celebration of Asia’s only sustainable light festival and also in accordance with the theme of "Light Meets Asia". Focusing on the idea of "Light as Life", the concept of the artwork is based on the conclusion derived from weeks of discussion, that the Singapore River is a really appropriate representation of Singapore as a growing nation through how the Singapore River has similarly transformed over the years.
A custom electronic circuit has been designed to animate 72 LED lights. The animation is based on sound recorded along the singapore river. Through custom designed software these sound samples have been translated into an array of numbers which serve as the source for the brightness of each individual LED. Software and hardware have been built using the Arduino platform. LEDs are controlled by 5 16bit LED-drivers, data is stored on and read from a SD card.
The structure holding 24 laser-cut acrylic panels has been custom build using wood as material. Approximately 300 meters of wires have been used to connect the 72 LEDs to the electronic circuit. In total the installation requires 8 Watts to be powered.
Marianna Milione is a Italian srudent.She borns in Cava de’ Tirreni, Campania, in 1989 and she moved in Milano where she graduated from the Politecnico di Milano in Product Design.Since she was young, draws and photographs everything, in particular she loves nature and little details.
She studied art but she want to know also how things are made, so she approaches to design.
Lighting for parks borned from the union of natural with artificial, of morphological with functional: big caps alterning with little bright spheres that light up when people are near, sensitive lights that shine and attract.The project was born from an idea of a little girl, and was developed in collaboration with the Association “Pescecolorato” and “Politecnico di Milano”.
Dots was exposed with “Luci Urbane per Bambini” in “Triennale di Milano” during the Milano Design Week 2013.
Designed by Marianna Milione and Arianna Serantoni.
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- Porfirio on ZIGZAGGING Site specific installation with Luca Missoni, Milan Design Week 2013
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