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Flipbook : [ART-O-MAT] HOLE PUNCH 1

a [ART-O-MAT] flip-book
by Scott BLAKE (2014 - USA)

A hole punched flipbook!

---> signed by Scott BLAKE

IMPORT USA

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a [ART-O-MAT] flip-book by Scott BLAKE (2014 - USA)

A hole punched flipbook!

8 x 5 cm
36 pages

---> signed by Scott BLAKE

IMPORT USA

Instead of the standard printing method, Scott BLAKE punched six small circles in each page to produce a whirling animation. This 36 page flipbook is constructed from 110 pound paper and bound with heavy duty staples.

Une photographie du flip-book de Scott Blake

 

Une photographie du flip-book de Scott Blake

 

Une photographie du flip-book de Scott Blake

 

Une photographie du flip-book de Scott Blake

 

Une animation du flip-book de Scott Blake

 

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A LITTLE TECHNIQUE

Normal direction of flipping :

from front to back

Advised speed :

6 pages a second

Average duration :

6 seconds

Level of difficulty of flipping :

Beginner

 

Confirmed

 

Expert

But you do what you want, it’s YOU the BIG chief ! .....

8 x 5 cm
36 pages

---> signed by Scott BLAKE

IMPORT USA




[ART-O-MAT]
The machine [ART-O-MAT] of Utah Division of Art and Museums

[ART-O-MAT] machines are retired cigarette vending machines that have been converted to vend art.
There are over 100 active machines in various locations throughout the USA, and around 400 contributing artists from 10 different countries.
(July 2012).
This flip-book by Scott BLAKE > has naturally found its place.
You will find all the [ART-O-MAT] locations at the official site and they can also offer your artwork for sale.




SCOTT BLAKE (USA)

Scott BLAKE - Photo

" I started making art with barcodes right before Y2K, inspired by the year 2000 computer bug, and threatening digital apocalypse. Bar Code Jesus was born in Photoshop, by creating mosaics with simple shapes. I first tried circles and then squares. The tile patterns morphed into a cluster of lines, and before I knew it, I was staring at a bunch of bar codes. I assigned the numbers to describe each pixel’s grayscale value and grid coordinate " - Scott BLAKE

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