Ned Kahn - Articulated Cloud, Pittsburgh Children’s Museum, Pittsburgh, 2004, PA.
Through collaboration with architects, Koning/Eizenberg, Kahn created a skin - composed of thousands of translucent, white plastic squares - that move in the wind, suggesting a digitized cloud. This “skin” is dramatically affected by the weather and time of day, resulting in ever changing optical phenomena of the skin.
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I DIDN’T SEE THAT COMING, OHMYGOD
Frida Gustavsson for British Vogue December 2010.
*dir en grey in the most important and serious interview of their entire musical career*
interviewer: what makes you feel alive?
kaoru: one time i ate an entire bag of chips man that was crazy
interviewer: looking back, what is the thing you regret most?
kyo: that one time when i dropped my hamburger