Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Art to Watch: Cotton Candy Machine

Cotton Candy Machine Art Boutique & Gallery
Brought to you by Tara McPherson
Located in Williamsburg

This boutique and gallery space is a one-two sugary punch.

Tara McPherson's otherworldy characters have taken the illustration world by storm, cementing her as one of *my* favorites of all time. Luckily for me and anyone else who might be a fan, she's got a boutique in Williamsburg called Cotton Candy Machine where she sells art, merch, and even curates shows.

Two of my favorites, Camilla D'Errico and Brandi Milne, have an exhibition there that opens on October 12th and runs through November 4th, which is going to rock my world and probably yours if you stop by. Interested?

Get more info on this wonderland over here!


  1. 3d bioprinting = Immortality = go to stars

  2. ...3D Bioprinting-Immortality... ((sugar cotton fibers produced by centrifuge machines are even finer...capillaries are between 2 tenth and 1 hundredth of a millimeter in diameter...perhaps... Could be used these machines adapted as "biocentrifuges" to make capillary micro-tubes with a biodegradable and binder yarn of sugar inside coated with endothelial cells?))...

  3. Meanwhile the World looks to elsewhere... Giant HORNETS...are threatening to all Humankind...it is necessary that the human beings, instead of destroy among them, destroy to those dangerous insects of huge exponential growing...seriously beginning already, at present.

  4. ...3D Bioprinting-Immortality (biological timers)... Forever young with modified Biological Timers...which are the biological timers?, where are them? (genes, hypothalamus...), how functioning them?, how can modify them (telomerase...) for maintenance the hormones production, enzymes, cellular regeneration...all Eternity at same level of the 18 years old?... Have to accelerate Research about Memory and the Space´s Colonization... Immortality comes...

    1. Nobel Prize physiology 2017...about biological timers...

  5. Nobel Prize physiology 2017 about circadian rhythms, but... Biological Timers...ordering stop growth at finish of adolescence...ordering start to grow-old at beginning of adulthood...