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Alex Da Corte's Flowers

Alex Da Corte, Silver Screen, 2011. MDF, wood, enamel paint, foam, glue, bucket, silver spray paint, epoxy resin, cable, grapes, baby powder, plastic flowers, shampoo, conditioner, soda, acrylic rods, and plastic bags, in "'That's How We Escaped': Reflections on Warhol," at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, through August 7, 2011. Photos: 16 Miles [more] “I take one idea and I want to add to it, flip it, or just turn it on its head," artist Alex Da Corte told Christopher Bollen, in Interview, last year.
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How An Etch-A-Sketch Works

Politics : The Daily Dish By Andrew Sullivan (3 years ago)

The Romney gaffe piques Alex Knapp's curiosity: [The Etch-A-Sketch is] actually pretty elegant in its simplicity. Inside the plastic case is a non-toxic aluminum powder, mixed in with some plastic beads to keep the powder flow smoot... Read Post

5 international artists exhibit in "Rope Burn: Painting Behind the Velveteen Curtain" at Rod Barton

Arts : Artdaily (last year)

Rod Barton presents 'ROPE BURN: Painting Behind the Velveteen Curtain', an exhibition featuring works by an international group of emerging artists: Maiken Bent, Alfred Boman, Alex Da Corte, Parker Ito, and Roman Li?ka. The artists ... Read Post

Get Away from Her, You BadLadyPerson!: Aliens Power Loader Costume [Cosplay]

Odd : Great White Snark (4 years ago)

Alex on Instructables spent a mere $225 creating this costume of a power loader from Aliens. Materials included foam boards, a racing harness, a revolving amber light, PVC pipe, spray paint, hoses, cables, wires, and a hot glue gun.... Read Post


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