As many other “nerdy” young people, i’ve read the whole production of H.P.Lovecraft: it all started with the Metallica song “The call of Cthulhu” (from “Ride the lightning”), which made me wonder on the meaning of that strange name; after a few days i was deeply absorbed by the onirical and disturbing world of the american writer. Continue reading
Laptops are weird, but also fragile, especially when they are overused and it comes the day when you know that they won’t boot again; the worst part (from an efficiency perspective) is that you can’t reuse most of its parts (apart from the HD and the RAM) leaving the rest (especially the monitor) unused and wasted. One thing you can do is transform the computer into something new, taking inspiration from all those forms of recycling art; since i was interested in recovering the monitor i stuck to that idea and turned my old, wasted laptop into a mirror, that someone with limited fantasy would call a geek-mirror.
Terraproject is an italian photographic collective focused on reportages founded in 2006: the group was awarded with the notorious World Press Photo prize in 2009 and has published its work in various magazines and newspapers around the world. The Blitz! group (which i’m part of) has organized a meeting with Simone Donati, one of the members of the collective, about reportage; we are really interested in their way of doing reportages today and we appreciate their way to find new ways to fund their projects.
One particular project has caught our eyes Continue reading
In the last few years i’ve started to get interested in various topics that are related to technology and design: the Arduino project (a microcontroller designed to create interactive devices) is the perfect synthesis, since it comprises electronics, coding, design and in the case i’m going to show you, music. Continue reading