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XuperMask – Smart Face Mask Combines Face Technology with Audio Engineering

a break

hi readers, as you can imagine from the lack of posts lately, i haven’t been able to devote as much time to subtilitas as normal. i will also be traveling for the next few weeks on the occasion of the lecture regarding this site and other personal projects mentioned last week.  regular posting will continue the week of october 7th, so thank you for your patience and for continuing to check back in despite the silence. lots of new projects to feature upon my return, but in the meantime, please feel free to peruse the archive . -jeff

No One Will Know This Is a Space-Age Napping Pod for Your...

No One Will Know This Is a Space-Age Napping Pod for Your Cat Make your house cat-friendly with Spaceship Gamma , a cute wall-mounted capsule where your feline friend can snooze and relax in style while observing the goings on at home from above. Created by MYZOO, this ingenious piece of cat furniture provides a wider field of view thanks to its large acrylic concave window and comes with four air holes for proper ventilation. Functionality aside, its sleek minimalist aesthetic and elegant walnut finish make sure it blends in seamlessly with your home décor.

Featured Art by Marc Allante Hong Kong born artist Marc Allante... crss

Featured Art by Marc Allante Hong Kong born artist Marc Allante exhibited a passion for the visual arts from an early age. Having lived in Hong Kong, Sydney and London, his work is inspired in both form and style by these western and eastern influences. Merging traditional Chinese inks with European painting techniques in a contemporary style reflects the fusion of his Chinese-French ancestry and brings it into a modern context. Self taught, Marc utilizes a variety of techniques, subject matter and themes to expand the repertoire of his artworks. Instagram: @crossconnectmag crss

Featured Art by Marc Allante Hong Kong born artist Marc Allante...

Featured Art by Marc Allante Hong Kong born artist Marc Allante exhibited a passion for the visual arts from an early age. Having lived in Hong Kong, Sydney and London, his work is inspired in both form and style by these western and eastern influences. Merging traditional Chinese inks with European painting techniques in a contemporary style reflects the fusion of his Chinese-French ancestry and brings it into a modern context. Self taught, Marc utilizes a variety of techniques, subject matter and themes to expand the repertoire of his artworks. Instagram: @crossconnectmag

really-shit: Zero Calories, Patrick Strattner Tumblr:...

really-shit : Zero Calories,  Patrick Strattner Tumblr: @really-shit

really-shit: Zero Calories, Patrick Strattner Tumblr:... crss

really-shit : Zero Calories,  Patrick Strattner Tumblr: @really-shit crss

Rivka-Kopelman:  Ravishing Glitch Gifs Felicie, a 28 year old...

Rivka-Kopelman:  Ravishing Glitch Gifs Felicie, a 28 year old from Newfoundland is the ardent, impassioned creator of the feverish river of glitch gifs at Rivka-Kopelman .  To make money she is a freelancer in ‘various digital media practices’ but told me her life changed when she found a VHS camcorder in an E-waste warehouse and brought it to life, after which she was so excited she worked for 30 hours straight making gifs.  To her “broken files and obsolete tech are interesting to me,….there’s so much crazy potential in a broken TV ya know?”  What I do know is that she creates beautifully exotic supersaturated gifs that have a haunting quality. More unique art on Cross Connect Magazine: Twitter || Facebook|| Instagram Posted by David  

Rivka-Kopelman:  Ravishing Glitch Gifs Felicie, a 28 year old... crss

Rivka-Kopelman:  Ravishing Glitch Gifs Felicie, a 28 year old from Newfoundland is the ardent, impassioned creator of the feverish river of glitch gifs at Rivka-Kopelman .  To make money she is a freelancer in ‘various digital media practices’ but told me her life changed when she found a VHS camcorder in an E-waste warehouse and brought it to life, after which she was so excited she worked for 30 hours straight making gifs.  To her “broken files and obsolete tech are interesting to me,….there’s so much crazy potential in a broken TV ya know?”  What I do know is that she creates beautifully exotic supersaturated gifs that have a haunting quality. More unique art on Cross Connect Magazine: Twitter || Facebook|| Instagram Posted by David   crss