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Silk: Interactive art controlled by your computer mouse

Silk is a website/art experiment designed by Yuri Vishnevsky, a software engineer from Massachusetts. With just a few clicks of your mouse you can unleash your creative side, playing with colours, shapes and a mirror to make your own designs. The background music by Mat Jarvis gives the whole site a very spacey feel. You can download Silk as an app for your iPhone to kill some dull time on public transport.

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About the author

Sara is a university student/poet/green tea drinker from Australia. Her favourite magazine is The New Yorker, and her favourite author is Nicole Krauss.

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