At tomorrow’s Genspace birthday bash, I’ll have a trio of art prints in their silent auction. This is a one-off edition for their size and format of our old friends “Mycelium in a petri dish”, “Syntrichia”, and “Dunaliella salina”. Other cool stuff will be on auction – so come by!
The lovely people of Genspace manned a table at Understory over the weekend. At the front left you see one of my photo-microbial fuel cells. Also exhibited were various mycelium materials, a ghost heart, and textiles grown in kombucha. Image courtesy of Genspace Instagram
The Magical World of Moss Gardening So here’s a gift idea for this Christmas: “Magical World of Moss Gardening” by Annie Martin. Annie is known as “Mossin’ Annie” and contacted me years ago, when I had finished Moss FM and became known as “The Moss Lady”. I’ve enjoyed following her work since then and hope to visit her […]
More Lumot artwork on Society6 this time featuring a moss in the “Syntrichia” family. Artwork available over a wide range of media.
Lumot | Society6 You can now buy prints, stationary and items for the home from my new company Lumot on Society6. Lumot is Tagalog for “moss”. My shop bears this name in reverence to the moss I have been working with in the past years. Lumot’s design products will be inspired by our favourite tufts of […]
@mossification • Instagram photos and videos A very beautiful series of mossy pictures by Mossification, drawing you into the magic world of our favourite green tufts.
Moss FM has been part of the BASF Creator Space Tour in Ludwigshafen, Germany, together with a number of other interesting and ground breaking projects. Moss FM was shown in a reduced form with a multimeter and an LCD attached to the circuit.
Jakob Skote of the Architectural Association School of Architecture has developed a moss powered Wi-Fi jammer as part of a larger project you can view here. Jakob writes: “In today’s inexorably connected world a disconnected spot acts as a “safe-space” for those of us who wish to remain free from Facebook’s geo-advertising and NSA’s eavesdropping. To […]
It’s fair to say that unfortunately it was a slow summer. The good news, however: Moss FM has finally arrived in Switzerland, my country of origin. The Swiss may have a reputation of being unhasty, but I suspect they’re just thorough in everything they do. Therefore big thanks to Eveline Dudda of Freude am Garten.
A slightly blurry picture of the pretty sharp article published in the current issue of The American Scholar. Thanks to Vicki Valosik!