These plaster models were generated through a multi-step process. First the digital terrain model was assembled using a variety of tools including Blender , HMM and Mapbox. The master models were printed on a Prusa MK2 3D printer and then thin plastic negative molds were made using a vacuum forming machine. The plastic molds were used to cast the final plaster versions of the model.
Some essays on color and imaging. These originated from a three year period where my main recreational activity was self-study in the field of color science. If you're interested in a colorful mathematical journey pick up a copy of Koenderink's Color for the Science and see where it takes you.
A talk I gave at the SF Pen Plotter meetup about 3D projection and 4x4 matrices (40 min). The slides for the talk were also on display at the art exhibit that accompanied the talk. They were created on my Axi Draw pen plotter.
Once upon a time I was obsessed with cataloging and visualizing all my text messages, I haven't updated the chart in years but I still studiously keep track of the data .
These are probably the best photos I've ever taken, though I'm always trying to find ways to one up them.
Four of us went on a 2 week, 450 mile bike camping adventure across 3 countries, I recorded it all with a Garmin, a Moleskin, a Hasselblad and Twitter.
I get asked a lot why I shoot film so I wrote it all down.
The pictures in this post mean a lot to me. They span 5 years, feature 30 friends and 13 strangers, and they were all taken on one of my film cameras.