hi everyone, it has been a while. I recently made a ecojar for a friend. He goes to uc berkeley in norcal. it’s cold and cloudy there all the time, so he wants a piece of tropical rainforest on his dinning table.
the ecosystem was established and calibrated in june this year, and it was transported to berkeley … but in the last 6 month-ish, crazy stuff happened in there and the ecological dynamics slowly changed in this ecojar. it eventually turned into a swamp. so it is again, re-established and sealed. we will see what it will change into this time.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year :- )
new ecojars post #3
new ecojars post #2
to be continued
new ecojars post #1
to be continued
a special donation to the office of asuci.
front desk center piece.
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— mr. steve jobs
standard moss chamber #1 & #2
ecojar by pan’s lab will be featured at the art walk in downtown santa ana
this saturday (augest 6th), we will be in
204 north broadway
santa ana, ca 92701
@ 7:00 p.m.
we will upload more pictures of the new ecojars. meanwhile in our lab, these ecojars are being closely monitored/calibrated for their last stage of the survival examination period.
here are some pictures from our current work space, keep your schedule open for this Saturday evening (august 6th). we will be selling ecojars at downtown santa ana. more specific location/time will be updated soon.
we purchased these phenomenal tropical pitcher plants tonight, yes, they are carnivorous …
i want to thank joni r. for inviting me to her event and giving me this wonderful opportunity. and also thank you all who showed up at this event and stopped at our table. i’m a science guy who hangs out on the science side of our campus and so hanging out with very legit artists for the first time is very very cool to me.
we will be featuring our top-of-the-line terrariums at an upcoming event: “forests, faeries, and mudberries: a reforestation festival.” this event will also feature many other artists’ work, live music, free giveaways, and much more. the purpose of this event is to raise awareness and funding for reforestation of our planet. come to join us and have an awesome time for a good cause.
Saturday, June 18 · 6:30pm - 11:00pm
Santiago Art District Art Walk
656 N Santiago Street, Santa Ana, CA 92701
(on the corner of Santa Ana Blvd and Santiago Blvd (park in the train station parking lot across the street - it’s free all night!)check out the event page on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=185730848139978
remember that art auction we went to a couple of weeks ago? … apparently we were reported by a college newspaper, many thanks to writer autri baghkhanian:
Jack P., a second-year earth and environmental sciences major and featured artist, describes himself as a “non-traditional artist.” Jack blends art and science to create self-sustaining terrariums – sealed ecosystems that contain the correct balance of plants, decomposers and water. When asked why he was selling his artwork, Jack replied “I had to move out and I decided, ‘hey, why don’t I just sell it?’” Although the materials and research for the terrariums were very costly, Jack set the asking price low because he recognizes the average student’s budget.
here’s the full article: http://www.newuniversity.org/2011/05/news/creative-compassion-through-art/