Glaik Love

Digital Found Art and Musings

Glaik Love #13 October 21, 2009

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Family on the internets

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Have at least a few people in your life jokingly complained: “Even my mom/dad is on Facebook now”? This statement is usually accompanied by brainstorming ways to friend the family member while still keeping as much information from them as possible.  FYI – if you put them on a seperate friend list that never receives your updates, it works quite well. However, don’t fret either way – the Boomer demographic may be creating profiles, but as of yet the generation gap is keeping them at bay when it comes to learning curve; most drop into the chasm of dead profiles within a couple months.

Aside from older generations discovering the wonders of social media, there seems to be a trend when it comes to family on the interwebs beyond the realm of mommy bloggers.  Many digital agers have recently discovered ways to creatively make fun of the family on the interwebs through other means – crowdsourcing and twitter.

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Here are some of my favorites:

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Dad’s In Short Shorts!

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Meow.

Meow.

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Awkward Family Photos!

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AwkwardFamilyPhotos.com.

Why the #@!?& Do You Have a Kid!

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Postcards From Yo Momma!

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Postcards From Yo Momma.

And last, my favorite:

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@ShitMyDadSays!

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Justin (shitmydadsays) on Twitter.

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What are some of your favorite family sites?

 

Glaik Love #5 March 26, 2009

3D Graffiti!


The Critics!

Eduardo Relero

Eduardo Relero

The Doppelgangers!

Edgar Mueller

Edgar Mueller

The Crevasses!

Edgar Mueller

Edgar Mueller

The Lobster Attacks!

Julian Beever

Julian Beever

The Augmented!

DAIM

DAIM

Amazing how by having either chalk,paint or 2D codes you can change reality.

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Glaik Love #4 March 13, 2009

I Present to You…

Silhouette Masterpiece Theater!

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Fall in Glaik Love!

http://silhouettemasterpiecetheatre.com/

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Glaik Love #2

 

There have been some interesting trends in furniture lately:

 

Now you can draw your furniture out of thin air…

 

 

 

 

Or grow it for yourself…

Grow Your Own Crystal Chair

“Venus takes shape by making the tiny crystals grow in an aquarium,  and makes its appearance over time as if the goddess herself gradually emerges from water. The natural crystal chair, which is formed by the laws of nature and embodies a beauty born of coincidence, pushes the boundaries of creativity. The work is like my message for the future.”

Tokujin Yoshioka

 

 

 

Sometimes artists can sound very silly.

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