I think this game may be even worse than our parking spot game.
Archive for November, 2010
Hey, just saw this and it reminded me of our photo album!!
An activity that will be included in the Atlantic Station Parking Garage memorabilia project is a set of paper cars to be cut out, folded and taped together. Because we have chosen to situate our work in a late 1950’s/early 1960’s aesthetic, I have found pictures of several vehicles that one might have seen at that time, and using Photoshop we will transform these into three-dimensional paper models.
Here is a draft using pictures of a 1963 Studebaker Avanti. The body design for this vehicle was ahead of its time, and only about 800 of these were made.
The other vehicles include a 1957 Chevrolet truck, a 1957 Chrysler New Yorker, a 1960 Chevrolet Impala and a 1962 Ford Falcon.
I bet this guy would love our garage project:
Of course, I won’t be able to make it but Anna Grimshaw is speaking at Emory – not sure that was running through the lists. Not completely our digital media field – more anthropology – but still maybe of interest.
More info here
following the project along …
Laura/ Vig/ AQ: 11/10 > costume finished
Nick: 11/3 > 8 photoshopped images printed and aged – 7 on blog + feedback + needs album > pictures done 11/10 + album if possible
Thomas: 11/3 > cufflinks + box – no reply from the workshop dude > change from cloth to ashtray 11/10 all 3D prints done + pictures optional
Amy: 11/3 iterate the style sheet | map v1 names for her map: “central park” “column land” carville, underground mystery, cavern of wonder, forbidden cave, Ford’s cove, parallel parking, escalator world, speed ride, valet valley, dead end, millennium, Arnall Golden Gregory something, lots of lots, Happy lotting > 11/10 finished map
Laurie: 11/3 > car cut outs; re-iterate the architectural cut outs to fit era > collected some; traffic cones; paper hat; car; parking ticket; mascot; other stuff like “bob the builder” of the parking garage; paper doll for the girl; remember to include descriptions and “fold here” “attach this to that” 11/10 everything excluding the props for the paper doll
RR: 11/3 > design post cards/ check with Amy > 4-5 post cards (we want to approve and send to print next Wed) > discussed 3 favorites 11/10 finalized cards ready to print
AQ: 11/3 > activity sheet > we have a word find but need more activities 11/10 activities done but need visual
Thought you might find this guerrilla usb port project from Eyebeam interesting: