Category Archives: art
Mat’s hand sink design, our bathroom posters and the Emergency Sanitation Handbook from the PNCA class will be on display later this month in Atlanta, GA. The show is a collaboration between the Center for Disease Control and Prevention and Emory University.
Check out the video of Mat’s talk on why bathrooms are gross. Warning, it’s gross. We’re talking at noon on Sunday for our friends at Research Club. It’ll be their 19th Brunch and the first oen featuring composting toilets
This is fairly off topic, but I had to cross post from my personal blog.. Protei is a project I whole heartedly support, and provide tiny bits of advice too. Cesar Harada has put together an incredible team, and with a little money it is going to happen. “We are developing Protei : a low-cost [...]
Our posters are now up on cloacina.org, along with a buy button.
Taking the Pee (draft audio) from Dylan McIntyre on Vimeo.
I’m working on completing a full illustration of Portland’s waste treatment plant and how it works for a series of posters I’m making about the past, present and the very hopeful future for waste management. If you’re interested in non-cartesian representations of physical processes drop me a line, I need all the advice I can [...]
Things have been quiet here on our blog, because we’ve been preparing an exhibition. An essay/text and prototypes of ours will be featured in the Super/Prime Pavilion at Volume, AT1 Projects opening show. Super/Prime is curating a collection of works about transformations in process. We’re excited, but won’t be able to make the opening. If [...]