Pixelsumo is a blog about interaction, with an emphasis on play, installation, video game culture, playgrounds and toys. Written by Chris O'Shea.
Back in August 2005 I wrote about Printball by Benjamin Gaulon, a machine that ‘prints’ dot images on walls using a computer controlled paintball gun. This video shows what happens when Nvidia give money to Mythbusters to make a hyper version of a paintball printer in 2009. Recently I saw the Facadeprinter (shown below), created […]
The Boom Bench by Michael Schoner of NL Architects… Watch video “As a part Urban Play 2, Droog Design and curator Scott Burnham have asked NL Architects to bring in ideas for interactive urban interventions. Urban Play is an exhibition and an interactive route along the IJ River. Urban Play believes that “street-level inventiveness, energy […]
There is very little information on this, other than what is posted on Wooster Collective: “We absolutely loved this street intervention project in which the artists the altered public lighting in Tel Aviv’s open underground tunnels. Artists Bar&Shay said their street art muse was Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz as they altered the tunnel…” […]
The work of Joshua Allen Harris has been all over the blog-sphere and youtube for a while, but I had to repost this as they are truly playful and fantastic pieces of work. He makes these inflatable sculptures of animals and mystical creatures from trash bags. They are then tied to an air vent above […]
Really loving the inflatable street art from Filthy Luker. In particular the octopus and ‘eyez’ series. If you are anywhere near Bristol England by 2nd May, check out the Crimes of Passion street art show.