THE VACVVM: Official Discussion Thread

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mfaith
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Sat Feb 11, 2017 9:33 pm

These guys are drymounting killing it with these Exquisite Corpses
sutfin wrote:Exquisite Corpse no1 with @heathenlegs & @aaronhorkey - Aaron & Brandon absolutely killed this thing & I got a real thrill watching this character unfold. Mixed media on paper, 2K17 #brandonholt #aaronhorkey #mikesutfin #thevacvvm #gramemall


aaronhorkey wrote:Exquisite Corpse with @heathenlegs & @sutfin - mixed media on paper, 2017 #aaronhorkey #brandonholt #mikesutfin #thevacvvm #webextruder #portals


thevacvvm wrote:Another INSANE exquisite corpse piece by @sutfin, @aaronhorkey, and @heathenlegs. It's amazing watching these blind exercises come together. #collaboration #exquisitecorpse #mikesutfin #aaronhorkey #brandonholt #thevacvvm
So it goes...
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Sun Feb 12, 2017 2:51 am

Amazing.
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Sun Feb 12, 2017 4:58 am

Am I alone in thinking it'd be kind of neat to have each head/body/bottom be printed separate and able to swap "parts" so to speak between sets when displaying? Heh, modular/"blindbox" art.
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Sun Feb 12, 2017 10:48 am

So many good ideas, not enough money.
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Sun Feb 12, 2017 11:28 am

Those are pretty cool.
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Sun Feb 12, 2017 2:05 pm

those hands in the horkey are really good.. all of them are cool
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Sun Feb 12, 2017 2:23 pm

They just need to have a show again so I can see these in oerson
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Sun Feb 12, 2017 5:48 pm

Wish The Vacvvm released as much stuff as they like to hashtag.
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Sun Feb 12, 2017 10:15 pm

Baker wrote:Ive had a couple of people ask me today so figure I would just post up where I got my pin holder. Ive pointed a few people in the past to her and everyone has been happy with them. The price is worth it, lightly magnetized back holds the pins in for you so you have no need to attach them or anything. Need to pick up another one myself, probably get a smaller one for now since I am nowhere near having a 49 pin board worth again. She sells 9, 25, 49, and 100 pin boards.

https://www.etsy.com/shop/buttoncollective

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I am a lazy bum and slacked on ordering one of these when Tim originally posted and now the etsy shop has gone dormant. Anyone know where I can get something similar to display 1" pins?
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Sun Feb 12, 2017 10:33 pm

greenhorn1 wrote:
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I am a lazy bum and slacked on ordering one of these when Tim originally posted and now the etsy shop has gone dormant. Anyone know where I can get something similar to display 1" pins?

I looked the other day for hours for this and couldn't find it. Thanks for this.. Maybe message them?
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Sun Feb 12, 2017 10:40 pm

I did, just comes back with an auto response saying the store is closed.
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alteridiom wrote:Wish The Vacvvm released as much stuff as they like to hashtag.
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Mon Feb 13, 2017 11:48 am

greenhorn1 wrote:Anyone know where I can get something similar to display 1" pins?
Make one!

Cheap frame+Stick on felt
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$10 magnets
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Plan layout. This is a 1" grid. They are too close, I'd go 1.5" next time.
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Add magnets. Use quick drying glue. (You can see in the back where the magnets slid around with regular glue. Duh magnets attract.)
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Donezo!


PS:Don't use this fudge it's too weak and a waste of money. I'll be turning a lot of stickers into fridge magnets.
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They do make stronger sheet magnets, if anyone can make this succeed with this method please let me know which one to get.
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Mon Feb 13, 2017 12:56 pm

greenhorn1 wrote:I did, just comes back with an auto response saying the store is closed.
She might still message you back. When I got my second board the store was "closed" and she got back to me still. Never know though.
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blingaling wrote:
greenhorn1 wrote:Anyone know where I can get something similar to display 1" pins?
Make one!

Cheap frame+Stick on felt
Image

$10 magnets
Image

Plan layout. This is a 1" grid. They are too close, I'd go 1.5" next time.
Image

Add magnets. Use quick drying glue. (You can see in the back where the magnets slid around with regular glue. Duh magnets attract.)
Image

Donezo!


PS:Don't use this fudge it's too weak and a waste of money. I'll be turning a lot of stickers into fridge magnets.
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They do make stronger sheet magnets, if anyone can make this succeed with this method please let me know which one to get.
Thank you! I am gonna do this! ordered magnets on ebay! thanks!!!
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