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August 5th, 2017

Seattle Art Fair solidifies standing in year three

The Seattle Art Fair (3-6 August) kicked off its third edition with an expanded exhibitor roster and measured optimism from local and international dealers. Since the fairs 2015 debut, under the auspices of billionaire Paul G. Allen’s Vulcan Inc., in partnership with Art Market Productions, it has been eyed with interest: an urbane and underserved market with an existing coterie …Continue reading →

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nancy rubins

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Randall Steeves

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Elissa Cristall Gallery

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Ben Skinner

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paul allen

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This 3D printed dancing spring robot can really groove

This next 3D printing project combines two of my favorite things: robots and dancing. And while it’s not the first project to combine the two with 3D printing (remember this cute 3D printed dancing teapot?), it might be the most disco one we’ve come across. via 3ders.org, http://ift.tt/2udJynH

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Naval Research Lab wants to make CICADA microdrones easier to assemble with 3D printed fuselage

While it is increasingly implementing 3D printing technology into production of its large-scale jets and ships, the U.S Navy has also been furthering its advances into drone technology, and the latest breakthrough must be one of the smallest aircraft it has ever developed. via 3ders.org, http://ift.tt/2utOlge

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