Crowdsourcing Project of the Day: Kenneth Goldsmith's "Printing Out the Internet" Project

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Crowdsourcing Project of the Day: Kenneth Goldsmith's "Printing Out the Internet" Project
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In May 2013, MOMA Poet Laureate Kenneth Goldsmith launched an ambitious crowdsourced art project asking contributors to print out the entire web. After two months of collection, more than 10 tons of printed internet is now being shown at an art gallery in Mexico City, Mexico.

Fictional Composite Sketch of the Day

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Fictional Composite Sketch of the Day
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Fictional Composite Sketch of the Day: There isn't much at The Composites right now, but the premise of this new single-topic Tumblr from Joyland co-founder Brian Joseph Davis shows a lot of promise: Images of literary characters pieced together from descriptive passages using law enforcement composite sketch software.

Above: Humbert Humbert, as described by Vlad

Edible Art Project of the Day

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Edible Art Project of the Day
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Edible Art Project of the Day: The latest low-commitment project ("making stuff happen with little time and energy") from Brittany Powell is called "Sandwich Artist" and does what it says on the tin: Open-faced sandwiches that pay tribute to well-known artists.

Above: Mondrian, Hirst, and Duchamp.

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Time-Lapse Thing of the Day

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Time-Lapse Thing of the Day: For the latest installment in his ongoing series of beautiful "choreographed time-lapse shorts" (previously), Kim Pimmel "combined everyday soap bubbles with exotic ferrofluid liquid to create an eerie tale."

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Art Project of the Day

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Art Project of the Day
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Art Project of the Day: From Swiss artist and comedian Ursus Wehrli's upcoming book The Art of Clean Up, which features OCD-esque rearrangements of common, everyday thing

Art Project of the Day

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Art Project of the Day: For her latest project, "Poses," artist Yolanda Dominguez sends "real women" to strike "fashion model poses" on the streets of NYC as "a direct criticism of the absurd and artificial world of glamour and of fashion that magazines present."

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Art Project of the Day

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Art Project of the Day: That invisible hand guiding you from above? Turns out it belongs to South Korean artist June Bum Park.

Check out a few more samples from his ongoing project here.

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