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Pugz Luv Beats

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By Joshua Harker in New Trends on Saturday 4 February 2012

Pugz Luv Beats is halfway between an iPad game and a musical instrument. As you send your pups running around harvesting some love for themselves, they start making different beats. It’s easy to get distracted from playing the game and lose myself in making jams.

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Alain de Botton: On Pessimism

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By Joshua Harker in Video on Friday 6 January 2012

Arguing for the joys of pessimism, this is as entertaining as it is enlightening and easily the best listen I’ve had in a year. This piece just scratches the surface of his work. Alain de Botton is a philosopher, best-selling author, forward thinker, and has a particularly interesting project called The School of Life.

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Demian: stop-motion animator from Mexico City

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By Joshua Harker in New Art on Wednesday 12 October 2011

Demian is a stop-motion animator from Mexico City. His short films remind me of a mix of Brothers Quay and Adam Jones: dark, jittery, dreamlike, stop motion story telling at it’s finest.

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Jose Carlos Veloso Jr gives 3D printing an upgrade

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By Joshua Harker in New Trends on Wednesday 12 October 2011

Jose Carlos Veloso Junior’s current project is an inspiration. He’s working on bringing hi-res 3D printing to the masses. While there are currently a handful of relatively reasonably priced 3D printers out there, none have a resolution worthy of much more than experimental tinkering. Carlos Veloso Junior’s project could change all that.

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Robert Steven Connett

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By Joshua Harker in New Art on Wednesday 12 October 2011

A brilliant surrealist painter of colorfully intricate but dark mindscapes populated with demonic insects, marine critters, and tormented souls. Robert Steven Connett reached out to me after seeing my work because of our mutually complex imagery and about moving his work into 3D. We’re collaborating on a project where we’ll be developing his work into sculptures.

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Interesting Alain De Botton video on the joys of Pessimism

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By Joshua Harker in Video on Wednesday 12 October 2011

Arguing for the joys of pessimism, this is as entertaining as it is enlightening and easily the best listen I’ve had in a year. This piece just scratches the surface of his work. Alain De Botton is a philosopher, best selling author, forward thinker, and has a particularly interesting project called The School of Life.

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