Let’s celebrate our 106ness- create a graphic, find a a photo, manipulate an exiting image to somehow represent the number 106. It could be literal (like a sign that has 106 on it, example below), to say, something using CVI (roman digits), maybe something with 106 items in it….
This is the sound of a late Korean Summer. The sound cicadas or 매 미 (meh-mee) fill the air with their wall of sound. 매 미 sound different to Australian cicadas, which I guess is no suprise. Their sound seems to come in waves, unlike their Australian counterparts who have more of a constant drone.
It’s still winter here in Melbourne, Australia. That means the wet weather can make it pretty difficult for me to get out and mow some backyard lawn art on the weekend. With that in mind, I’ve been using Google SketchUp 8 to previsualise new lawn art designs for my backyard lawn.
This lawn art design is based on Jason (@draggin) Toal’s ds106 skull pixel-art. I used the Geo-location > Add location feature to import the satellite image of my backyard into Google SketchUp 8. I then used the Rectangle and Push/Pull tools to create each ‘pixel’ that makes up the skull.
*NEWS FLASH* After four days of steady-sleuthing and a solid investigation throughout downtown Melbourne, the mysterious clue from (RPL) has been found! Standby for the results from the analysis of the clue and further information about the EpCop Case. A big thank you to Special-agent Adam Lemmo for his hard work!
A breakdown of how the clue was discovered by Special-agent Adam Lemmo
The QR code that informed the location of the clue from RPL. USB stick with data not seen in photograph. Photograph courtesy of Special-agent Adam Lemmo.