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02.01.13 Andy Cush

Japanese artists So Kanno and Takahiro Yamaguchi created the above robot, which randomly creates artwork by moving back and forth while spraying paint at a wall. Designboom explains how the contraption works: The chaotic artwork is achieved through a single automated arm provisioned with a rotary encoder attached to the fulcrum of the pendulum. as the […]

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06.22.09 Will Sherman

After last week’s sneak peek at the Joyride, the Bicycle Film Festival’s two-wheeling art show, here’s another look at the rainbow handiwork of Benedict Radcliffe’s paint spraying folding bike. Photo: Maos […]

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05.28.09 Will Sherman

In addition to desk lamps fashioned out of old spraycans, artist Jake Rankin turns the aerosol scraps into headphones. For $75 you can rock a couple cans of Krylon on your head. |Breeze Block Gallery| […]

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04.29.09 Will Sherman

Though not originally for sale, collectors can now buy the installation of used up paint buckets and spray cans in AIKO’s “Love Monster” show at Joshua Liner Gallery. The hand-papered, painted and stenciled paint cans are $120 to $200, and more for the sets that stack up “to form a totem of her ‘M Madam’ […]

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04.23.09 Will Sherman

Artist Jake Rankin turns old spray cans into working desk lamps that are perfect for graffiti fans or aerosol huffing enthusiasts. Naturally, the cap functions as the light switch. |Etsy via Gizmodo| […]

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