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* [[https://hackuarium.hackpad.com/Prinkt-plastic-its-fantastic-FLxNne2LEZD hackpad for the Prinkt plastic project]]
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Revision as of 16:54, 16 January 2016

Yellow pigment extraction.
Yellow pigment extraction.
Yellow pigment extraction.
Yellow pigment extraction.
Yellow pigment extraction.

What


What if we could produce colors and plastic from bacteria in our kitchens? What if we could create materials, colors and machines for building our objects? DIY is the idea of doing by yourself those activities reserved to the industrial production system that encourages alienation and non-participation. Imagine people producing machines ink and biomaterials out of microorganisms found in Nature and brought to their kitchens. Project developed at Hackuarium with the collaboration of Prof. Xavier Perret. Conceptualized during my first semester at HEAD Geneva, the result was exhibited at Fiera del Mobile di Milano in 2015.


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