After the amazing beer machine project from winter 2011/2012, we have added a new project for this winter. Our aim was to build a machine that would make it fun and easy for every child to create art. The outcome is phenomenal. An ordinary ceramic tile is easily transformed into a real art piece. The video is (of my 9 year old son) based on the works by the famous Dutch artist, Piet Mondriaan. He is well known for his colored squares in primary colors. Whatch en enjoy
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I like it, reminds me of the spyrograph toys we used to have as kids.
For your next version, make it do all the human parts in a random way and see what comes out!
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