1. Dave is a maker and blacksmith based out of Vancouver Island BC. He works entirely with hand tools through each step as he believes traditional tools and methods are just as useful, if not more reliable, than modern technology. Each piece is handmade, every knife Dave creates is entirely unique - from the raw steel he chooses, to the marks and grooves left from the hammering and hardening process.

    The Maker: Dave Friesen of Crossed Heart Forge
    Experience his Story: makersofstria.com/makers/CrossedHeartForge

    Directed & Produced by Stria Productions : makersofstria.com
    Music: brokeforfree.com
    Japanese Translation: Tamaki Zushi

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  2. All our Yummy range of Easter Eggs are made with Belgium Dark , White or Milk chocolate.

    The creamy fillings options are:

    - Crunch peanut butter
    - Coconut
    - Dark chocolate truffle
    - Passionfruit truffle
    - “Doce de leite”

    “To impress” decorated eggs:

    - Mr. Comboy
    - Fry eggs
    - *Plain chocolate no decorated/or no filling is also available.

    All you need is choose you favorite chocolate + filling.
    To impress choose one of the decorated eggs.
    Our eggs are all 18 cm (about 350g)

    AUD 38,00 (filling + decorated)
    AUD 30,00 (filling + plain outside)
    AUD 25,00 (just chocolate shell, plain or crunch)

    AUD 6,00 (2 Macaroons in a box)
    AUD 12,00 (egg box with 4 macaroons)

    If you like to present one of these easter eggs to someone special please book your egg before 13/04 to avoid any disappointment.

    byGiovana2013@gmail.com

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  3. to contact us: magueule@appropriateaudiences.net
    join us on: facebook.com/Freluquet.Whippersnapper

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    (See also episode 3: vimeo.com/100238726 )
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    In october 2013, a famous design school in Paris, ENSCI les Ateliers, hosted a workshop organised by the French Ministry of culture. The idea was to use images, videos and sound fallen in the national pubic domain and use them in a sort of “Mashup”. The event was called Public Domain Remix.

    The students had one day (8 hours) to pick their digital material and transform it, hack it or remix it.

    Le FabShop, was invited as a digital manufacturing expert to help the students realise their project.

    After a short brainstorm, all the teams came up with similar ideas, except one, who really went out of the box with their concept. They had this silly idea of making a machine that could automatically create tattoos taken from a bank of images. They learned from le FabShop's representative that their concept was more than feasible. It could be prototyped by themselve, using the school's equipment.

    In one afternoon, they managed to hack a Desktop 3D printer and enable it to trace on skin, using a pen instead of the extruder. The crowd was amazed and the Minister of culture even came to see the projects, but the young designers didn’t want to stop there. They wanted the machine to make REAL tattoos, on REAL skin, so they kept working on the project during their spare time, with some help from teachers and other students.

    They borrowed a manual tattoo-machine from an amateur tattoo artist and found some artificial skin for the first tests. They chose to draw a simple circle. The perfect shape to test the precision of the process. It worked! But now they had to find a volunteer to be their “guiney pig”…

    Somehow, they had no difficulty. A lot of people where excited by the idea of being the first human tatooed by a “robot”.

    The big difficulty was to repeat the same exercise on a curve surface and on a material that has much more flexibility than silicone. Many tricks were tried to tighten the area around the skin ( a metal ring, elastics, scotch tape...) but the most effective one was a scooter’s inner tube, open on the area to be marked.

    To suceed, everything had to be precise and calculated. Here is a step by step on how to transform a 3D printer or CNC into a tattoo machine.

    appropriateaudiences.net
    ketchupmayonnaise.fr
    steelwave.fr
    leFabShop.fr
    Music: "Ftgrr" by Björn & Gorden flavors.me/bjoernandgorden

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  4. to contact us: magueule@appropriateaudiences.net
    join us on: facebook.com/Freluquet.Whippersnapper

    (See also episode 1: vimeo.com/89639653 )
    (See also episode 3: vimeo.com/100238726 )
    (See also episode 4: vimeo.com/117157851 )
    (See also episode 5: vimeo.com/117157852 )
    (See also episode 6: vimeo.com/117158395 )
    (See also episode 7: vimeo.com/102613692 )
    (See also episode 8: vimeo.com/117192122 )

    In october 2013, a famous design school in Paris, ENSCI les Ateliers, hosted a workshop organised by the French Ministry of culture. The idea was to use images, videos and sound fallen in the national pubic domain and use them in a sort of “Mashup”. The event was called Public Domain Remix.
    The students had one day (8 hours) to pick their digital material and transform it, hack it or remix it.
    Le FabShop, was invited as a digital manufacturing expert to help the students realise their project.
    After a short brainstorm, all the teams came up with similar ideas, except one, who really went out of the box with their concept. They had this silly idea of making a machine that could automatically create tattoos taken from a bank of images. They learned from le FabShop's representative that their concept was more than feasible. It could be prototyped by themselve, using the school's equipment.
    In one afternoon, they managed to hack a Desktop 3D printer and enable it to trace on skin, using a pen instead of the extruder. The crowd was amazed and the Minister of culture even came to see the projects, but the young designers didn’t want to stop there. They wanted the machine to make REAL tattoos, on REAL skin, so they kept working on the project during their spare time, with some help from teachers and other students.
    They borrowed a manual tattoo-machine from an amateur tattoo artist and found some artificial skin for the first tests. They chose to draw a simple circle. The perfect shape to test the precision of the process. It worked! But now they had to find a volunteer to be their “guiney pig”…
    Somehow, they had no difficulty. A lot of people where excited by the idea of being the first human tatooed by a “robot”.
    The big difficulty was to repeat the same exercise on a curve surface and on a material that has much more flexibility than silicone. Many tricks were tried to tighten the area around the skin ( a metal ring, elastics, scotch tape...) but the most effective one was a scooter’s inner tube, open on the area to be marked.
    To suceed, everything had to be precise and calculated. Here is a step by step on how to transform a 3D printer or CNC into a tattoo machine :
    instructables.com/id/3D-PRINTER-X-TATTOO-MACHINE/
    appropriateaudiences.net
    ketchupmayonnaise.fr
    steelwave.fr
    leFabShop.fr
    Music: "Ftgrr" by Björn & Gorden flavors.me/bjoernandgorden

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  5. ELISAVA participa en el festival Llum Barcelona 2014 con una intervención efímera en el jardín romántico del Ateneu Barcelonès llamada «Diem. Ateneu il·lumina't».

    Equipo de proyecto:
    Saul Baeza, Alexandra de Requesens, Pau Garcia, Raquel Llaberia, Dani Llugany, Milena Samos y Eva Vera.
    Electrónica, programación y sonido:
    Joan Planas Bertran
    Tutora:
    Ana Mir (Emiliana Design)
    Consultores de producción:
    Salva Fàbregas y Jordi Ballesta (Director del Postgrado en Iluminación Arquitectónica).
    Agradecimientos:
    Ivan Castro y Jesus Morentin
    Coordinación:
    Raffaella Perrone
    Responsables del proyecto:
    Albert Fuster y Virginia Angulo
    Filmación:
    Gerard Rodríguez, Joan Planas y Saúl Baeza
    Edición y postproducción:
    Gerard Rodríguez y Saúl Baeza

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