Interactive art projects

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Art Projects, Elementary Art, Art Lessons, Middle School Art, Art Lesson Plans, Art, Art Lessons Elementary, Collaborative Art Projects, Art Classroom

Mrs. Mount painting a tiny hand. Our 4th grade Dale Chihuly inspired oversized flowers. Some students and their family members taking photos. Finger knit weaving 3rd grade Fall Trees. Th students learned a little bit about perspective by adding trees in the foreground, middle ground and background. 3rd grade tiered cakes inspired by artist Wayne Thiebaud. "All about ME" word collages. This was a mixed media project using recycled dictionary pages, magazines, yarn, texture sheets and foil…

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Amanda Peloquin
ACTIVITY: Possible activity in separate room? Graffiti, Art, Design, Street Art, Mural Art, Kunst, Mural, Sanat, Art Room

Description I did a color-by-numbers-mural for Converse Block Party in Antwerp last week ( partly organized by Vice Magazine ). It was a fantastic day with fantastic people and I thank everyone who came by to paint. Especially the kids who made the piece a little bit more psychedelic in the end. director and friend Kris Van den Bulck made a fun TIME LAPSE VIDEO. check it out here: [link] my first design was a lot bigger so I only used 1/3d of the characters here. included are: a gumball…

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Kristine Westwood Art
Nature Street Art Garden Art, Outdoor, Yard Art, Land Art, Garden Design, Gardening, Garden Landscaping, Front Yard, Backyard

Street art is there to surprise and inspire us, to shake up the often dull urban environments in which it can usually be found in order to give us a fresh perspective on our otherwise familiar neighborhoods and streets. But sometimes street art goes one step further than that by not only altering the world around it, but actually interacting with it. Check out the pictures below to see what we mean. Compiled by Bored Panda, the list contains some of the cleverest and most eye-catching…

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Donald Macleod
Toys, Play, Ux Design, Interactive Lighting, Interactive Walls, Light Up, Light Board, Interactive Installation, Interactive Board

At 42x the size of a traditional ‘Light-Brite’ toy, the Everbright by San Francisco-based Hero Design is a huge grid of adjustable LEDs for drawing with light. But instead of only a limited selection of individual colors, the Everbright relies on 464 dials that change in hue as you twist them, offering almost unlimited color possibilities when creating designs. When you’re done drawing, the entire board resets to a blank canvas with the press of a single button. More

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