“You might not imagine that a pair of gloves or an upholstered chair could evoke such a strong sense of repulsion. But Cao Hui has found a way to recreate everyday objects in such a way that they are constantly met with disbelief and confusion.
There’s just something unnerving about seeing normal objects made of skin and fat tissue.”
Women-in-Engineering Affinity Group Victorian Section would like to invite you to submit your designs for showcase at the National Science Week Energised Fashion runway and hands-on lab. They are looking for wearable technology designs in a number of domains including fashion, communications, entertainment, medical and healthcare, occupational health and safety. The designs will be judged and a total prize money of $500 and certificates will be presented to the best designs.
Japanese movie posters of the sixties and seventies kick ass. They always seemed more exciting than their American or British counterparts, managing to take choice images and compose them like frames from a comic book. Even when the posters were just cut and paste jobs there always a sense of drama, as if you have joined the story at a key scene—explosions blossom, machine guns rip, heroes do battle.