'Concrete Colony' for the Keystone Festival Bar at Hyde Park Barracks, Sydney. A series of chair 'relics' are transformed by wrapping, cloaking and draping with an innovative new material, Concrete Canvas.
STOP PIPA/SOPA - The ModernMethod Network (Destructoid, Flixist, Tomopop, and Japanator) have blacked out sites in protest of legislation that would allow DNS and Search Engine Blocking... their blackout page is filled with sad faces!
STOP PIPA/SOPA - Funny Or Die gets serious: "This is a serious message. Help keep the internet funny and free of censorship. Learn about SOPA and PIPA. Tell your representative to vote DIE on the current bills."
STOP PIPA/SOPA - XKCD goes black with a little note..." I make my living drawing xkcd, which wouldn't have been possible if people hadn't been able to freely share my comics with each other all over the internet."
STOP PIPA/SOPA - O'Reilly and Make go dark - "We’re in one of the greatest periods of social and business transformation since the Industrial Revolution... But now, fundamental elements of that Internet architecture are under attack."
STOP PIPA/SOPA - Fark goes white to "support" SOPA/PIPA, "Why? Honestly, we've been bringing you the latest news happening across the internet for 12 years, and we're tired. And SOPA/PIPA is the perfect excuse to quit." See their video...
STOP PIPA/SOPA - Wired.com censors its headlines "against two radical anti-piracy bills pending in Congress — legislation that threatens to usher in a chilling internet censorship regime here in the U.S. comparable in some ways to China’s “Great Firewall.”"
STOP PIPA/SOPA - Reddit goes dark because - "These bills provide overly broad mechanisms for enforcement of copyright which would restrict innovation and threaten the existence of websites with user-submitted content, such as reddit."
STOP PIPA/SOPA time ~ Boing Boing goes dark. Why? "The legislation is called the PROTECT IP Act (PIPA), and would put us in legal jeopardy if we linked to a site anywhere online that had any links to copyright infringement. This would unmake the Web..."