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January 29, 2005

Rob Weaver, master of surface


This St. Louis-based artist emailed me yesterday, relating how he created a do-it-youself version of Brion Gysin's Dreamachine using only his hands (his technique is described in his comment appended to that post).


Quite modest is Rob Weaver: only after assigning my crack research team to find out more about him did I learn that he's an innovative artist and master of surface finishing.

His website took me a second to figure out, not because it's badly conceived but, rather, because I'm such a TechnoDolt™®©.


It's worth figuring out.

Above and below are a few of his creations.


This will not be the last time his work graces this site.


As Oscar Wilde observed, "Only the shallow judge by more than appearances."

January 29, 2005 at 04:01 PM | Permalink


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