We are finally recovering from the opening last Thursday. It got a little buckwild... a lot of friends, fun, and COLOR! The installation will be up until September 26th at... Read more
CHROMAtex.me @ the bridgegallery
After a month of printing, kickstarting, laser cutting, and binder clipping we are almost done! CHROMAtex.me will be opening this Thursday night at the bridgegallery. Thanks everyone for your support... Read more
Here is a map of the grasshopper definition used to layout the panels. Tyler, here, and Troy,out in LA, put in alot of time getting all to work. Thanks guys!... Read more
The week has been full of fun and COLOR! it also makes us super happy to watch the laser etch our backers names and custom messages across the panels. Check... Read more
bridgegallery exterior from orchard street.
Matt Clark and Mike discuss ways to hang the installation. Gravity is evil.
100 rolls to go!
Production has officially begun with the arrival of 100 rolls of photo glossy paper!
Carrie firing up the ol'laser
First panels hot off the laser.
Tyler can't wait... Read more
Matt Clark has done some analysis to help create a two part cable net system to hang the installation. This would be an interesting system to work with the piece,... Read more
using grasshopper, we played with a few color options relating to point proximity.
we went through a few tests trying to control the direction and length of the gradient.
Here is the general software work flow. We created the form in Maya. For the micro site we created a baked texture in Maya and exported it for Papervision which... Read more
The geometry is pretty much finalized!
Our good friend Matt Clark from ARUP. Stopped by the studio on Friday to take a look at how we might keep the form of the installation rigid.... Read more
the team so far...
We have assembled a team of experts in many fields to help produce CHROMAtex.me. This is the team so far. No need to worry!
Michael Szivos. Mike is a LEGO... Read more
thanks all of those spreading the word! more exposure = more backers!
please help spread the word!
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