September 20, 2014

Trying out some new Infected Blanket designs for the New Museum store. Glitch Textiles will be featured starting October 24th.

Top and middle left: H1N1 

Bottom and middle right: Rhinovirus Type 89

The complete genomes from both organisms were mapped to a palette containing 64 colors, each representing a specific grouping of 3 base pairs. The results are in the middle two images. Larger designs obtained by mirroring.

July 3, 2014
Feeling minimal today…
…a single cut and paste edit in Audacity; black and white

Feeling minimal today…

…a single cut and paste edit in Audacity; black and white

June 17, 2014

Remainders

Fresh off the cutting room floor from a project I’m working on with TAVIK

June 3, 2014

Glitch Textiles on Sale at Touch of Modern

16-20% reduced prices for 5 days only

https://www.touchofmodern.com/sales/glitch

Think it’s too warm for a blanket? Recapture the art of the intimate picnic.

May 29, 2014

MS Word for Mas OSX No.1

Designed by Phillip Stearns for Glitch Textiles

May 29, 2014

Mac OSX DYLD No. 12

Designed by Phillip Stearns for Glitch Textiles

May 22, 2014

Bushwick Open Studios ALERT!

Works by Matt Romein, Reid Bingham, and Phillip Stearns at the ACTIVE SPACE | 566 Johnson Av (entrance on Stewart Av) | May 30 - June 1

http://artsinbushwick.org/bos2014/directory/matt-romein-reid-bingham-phillip-david-stearns/

Stop by and say hi!

May 4, 2014

May 4, 2014
More TBC Torture from a session earlier today. Thanks to Hank Rudolph for the debug help in setting up the system.
System: RGB Decoder outputs into Audio Mixer, Audio outputs to TBCs, TBCs into Hearn EAB VideoLab 6x6 mixing matrix, 6x6 Matrix outputs to RGB encoder, RGB encoder output to Dave Jones Video Output Amplifier, Video Output Amplifier to RGB Decoder inputs and Audio Mixer.
POW!

More TBC Torture from a session earlier today. Thanks to Hank Rudolph for the debug help in setting up the system.

System: RGB Decoder outputs into Audio Mixer, Audio outputs to TBCs, TBCs into Hearn EAB VideoLab 6x6 mixing matrix, 6x6 Matrix outputs to RGB encoder, RGB encoder output to Dave Jones Video Output Amplifier, Video Output Amplifier to RGB Decoder inputs and Audio Mixer.

POW!

May 2, 2014
I was asking Hank Rudolph at @SignalCulture (I’m doing a residency there right now!) about converting between audio and video directly so I could setup feedback loops. After setting up a microphone and goofing around trying to colorize it, Hank decided to try to patch raw oscillator signals into a Time Base Corrector. I’ve spent the last 3 hours torturing the TBCs by feeding them back into each other through an audio mixer. Here’s a taste of the output (no audio).

I was asking Hank Rudolph at @SignalCulture (I’m doing a residency there right now!) about converting between audio and video directly so I could setup feedback loops. After setting up a microphone and goofing around trying to colorize it, Hank decided to try to patch raw oscillator signals into a Time Base Corrector. I’ve spent the last 3 hours torturing the TBCs by feeding them back into each other through an audio mixer. Here’s a taste of the output (no audio).

May 1, 2014

DCP_0031

Designed by Phillip Stearns of Glitch Textiles

April 29, 2014

New Woven Throw Design for 2014:

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From Find and Replace Studies 2014

Designed by Phillip Stearns of Glitch Textiles

April 22, 2014

Canyons of flesh, masks of the interior, portraits of fluid geometries, a mathematics of resemblances.

Photographs from my wanderings around the interiors or various portraits found in the 123D Catch community projects.

April 20, 2014

Masks and landscapes culled from 3D portraits made using 123d Catch

March 17, 2014

I was curious to see how well images from the High Voltage Image Making project would transfer into textiles, so put together a design file made from the lead image for the Kickstarter campaign and sent it off to the weavers who make my Glitch Textiles.

I’m super pleased with the results and will be making this design available for a limited time, exclusively through the kickstarter campaign as a reward at the $225 level.

Visit the Kickstarter for High Voltage Image Making here!