By Cory Doctorow at 6:20 am Sat, Mar 16, 2013
Phillip Stearns is an artist who commissions blankets and tapestries woven in the USA with glitch-art patterns he generates with broken digital cameras. They're for sale! $200+
Scrolling title picture in a window of small height produces a nice effect!
Ha! It sure does!! I came on here to mention that very thing and found that you already had…
Name Correction: Phillip Stearns
Full Website: http://glitchtextiles.com
they’d go beautifully with some glitch pillows: http://society6.com/stallio/pillows
so this isn’t a random dot stereogram?
“Phillip Stearns is an artist who commissions blankets and tapestries ”
Wait, he’s an artist who commissions things? Isn’t the person commissioned usually the artist? And the art is based on corrupted images? It sounds like he’s emailing jpegs to the actual artist/artisan the way it’s written. Like, if I point at the landscape and tell a painter to paint it, am I the artist?
Crafting pedant, here, just pointing out that the fabric in the larger pic is knit, not woven.
Crafting pedant out.
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