Drew Morrison’s Entrippy
Ready for your science pun of the day? In this series Entrippy, Drew Morrison pokes fun at the topic of entropy. As Morrison states, the series “explores the idea that tangible matter can take on a multitude of forms as it disperses and restructures itself throughout time.” The series can be seen as a parody of how society turns natural materials into consumable goods. In Entrippy, Morrison uses the parade as a cultural motif. As he states,
"The organized parade can be thought of as one way a culture can celebrate itself and it’s traditions, by coalescing into a larger mass, and in turn taking on a greater meaning. What happens afterwards is a dispersion, not unlike nature’s unrelenting and innate ability to take and reshape proteins and minerals from one form to another. Similarly, mankind is obsessed with the idea of harvesting raw materials and restructuring them into functional, marketable items of interest."
Interested in getting one of Morrison’s Entrippy images? They just happen to be available now on his kickstarter for two more days! Check them out here, and visit his website here. 
- Lee Jones
Entrippy, Drew Morrison
Drew Morrison’s Entrippy
Ready for your science pun of the day? In this series Entrippy, Drew Morrison pokes fun at the topic of entropy. As Morrison states, the series “explores the idea that tangible matter can take on a multitude of forms as it disperses and restructures itself throughout time.” The series can be seen as a parody of how society turns natural materials into consumable goods. In Entrippy, Morrison uses the parade as a cultural motif. As he states,
"The organized parade can be thought of as one way a culture can celebrate itself and it’s traditions, by coalescing into a larger mass, and in turn taking on a greater meaning. What happens afterwards is a dispersion, not unlike nature’s unrelenting and innate ability to take and reshape proteins and minerals from one form to another. Similarly, mankind is obsessed with the idea of harvesting raw materials and restructuring them into functional, marketable items of interest."
Interested in getting one of Morrison’s Entrippy images? They just happen to be available now on his kickstarter for two more days! Check them out here, and visit his website here. 
- Lee Jones
Entrippy, Drew Morrison

Drew Morrison’s Entrippy

Ready for your science pun of the day? In this series Entrippy, Drew Morrison pokes fun at the topic of entropy. As Morrison states, the series “explores the idea that tangible matter can take on a multitude of forms as it disperses and restructures itself throughout time.” The series can be seen as a parody of how society turns natural materials into consumable goods. In Entrippy, Morrison uses the parade as a cultural motif. As he states,

"The organized parade can be thought of as one way a culture can celebrate itself and it’s traditions, by coalescing into a larger mass, and in turn taking on a greater meaning. What happens afterwards is a dispersion, not unlike nature’s unrelenting and innate ability to take and reshape proteins and minerals from one form to another. Similarly, mankind is obsessed with the idea of harvesting raw materials and restructuring them into functional, marketable items of interest."

Interested in getting one of Morrison’s Entrippy images? They just happen to be available now on his kickstarter for two more days! Check them out here, and visit his website here

- Lee Jones

(Source: artandsciencejournal.com)

Drew Morrison’s Entrippy

Ready for your science pun of the day? In this series Entrippy, Drew Morrison pokes fun at the topic of entropy. As Morrison states, the series “explores the idea that tangible matter can take on a multitude of forms as it disperses and restructures itself throughout time.” The series can be seen as a parody of how society turns natural materials into consumable goods. In Entrippy, Morrison uses the parade as a cultural motif. As he states,

"The organized parade can be thought of as one way a culture can celebrate itself and it’s traditions, by coalescing into a larger mass, and in turn taking on a greater meaning. What happens afterwards is a dispersion, not unlike nature’s unrelenting and innate ability to take and reshape proteins and minerals from one form to another. Similarly, mankind is obsessed with the idea of harvesting raw materials and restructuring them into functional, marketable items of interest."

Interested in getting one of Morrison’s Entrippy images? They just happen to be available now on his kickstarter for two more days! Check them out here, and visit his website here

- Lee Jones

(Source: artandsciencejournal.com)





  Posted on January 3, 2013

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