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#1 Tormod

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Posted 01 October 2008 - 01:14 AM

Buy a Katabatak print and sponsor Hypography.

:eek:Fall;)
Hypography Benefit
:painting: Art Sale :painting:


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Hypography Limited Edition Print
$33
:turtle: Sale ends Halloween at Midnight :help:

:bounce:BONUS :bounce:
Free Basic Subscription with print purchase
$10 Value

11" x 17" inkjet print on 32lb paper, numbered & signed.
All proceeds go to support Hypography operations.
Contact C1ay by PM to place your order.



#2 Tormod

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Posted 01 October 2008 - 01:16 AM

Thanks to Turtle for making this possible!

The proceeds from the sale of these prints goes to help pay for Hypography's server and software.

This is not an auction, so grab you print now!

#3 Yvonne

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Posted 01 October 2008 - 01:29 AM

Yepp, get one of these. We have one and can't wait to get it up in our new home.:turtle:
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#4 Racoon

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Posted 01 October 2008 - 07:14 AM

Cool.

I could probably get mine signed. :turtle:

does that include shipping, and do you accept paypal?

#5 C1ay

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Posted 01 October 2008 - 07:40 AM

does that include shipping, and do you accept paypal?


I'll cover the shipping from here (GA, US). Tormod will have to let you know if he's setup for PayPal.

#6 Tormod

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Posted 01 October 2008 - 11:11 AM

We do have a Hypography PayPal account. I'll send the details to C1ay.

#7 Racoon

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Posted 02 October 2008 - 04:33 PM

I could probably get mine signed. :magic:


Oh, I see they already come signed. :D

Bonus! :eek:

#8 Racoon

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Posted 09 October 2008 - 05:07 PM

My print arrived in the mail today! :bouquet:

:confused: :embarassed:

Thanks Clay for quick shipping,
Tormod for maintaining a quality website and forums,...
And of course, the one and only eccentric genius , Turtle-san.
my print was #2 of 15

Next step is looking for a frame for it.

Support your science forum folks. :D

#9 Turtle

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Posted 10 October 2008 - 04:22 PM

My print arrived in the mail today! :mail:

:) :)

Thanks Clay for quick shipping,
Tormod for maintaining a quality website and forums,...
And of course, the one and only eccentric genius , Turtle-san.
my print was #2 of 15

Next step is looking for a frame for it.

Support your science forum folks. :)


U da Coon Rac! :bow: I forgot to mention the number of prints in the limited edition when I made up the blurb. I made the prints in 2005, and the edition is limited to 15 prints as you say. We sold 3 in an auction several years ago, and with your purchase this leaves us with 11 prints.

This particular design I made exclusively for Hypography, and I will never make more. 21 days left and counting. ..................... :turtle:

#10 alexander

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Posted 10 October 2008 - 06:21 PM

its not digital enough for me though.... But i will PM Clay, hmm, i wonder if he will do something very special for me.....

#11 Turtle

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Posted 10 October 2008 - 07:00 PM

its not digital enough for me though.... But i will PM Clay, hmm, i wonder if he will do something very special for me.....


Define 'digital'. :turtle: I also didn't mention that the design is mathematically derived; specifically it is 4 scales of an addition table of residues of nine. The image above is a size-reduced scan of a size-reduced print, and the print file I created in Canvas. I did the proof printing on an HP1220c. :)

I'm sure C1ay will very specially see that you get the same prompt delivery as Racoon. :)

#12 alexander

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Posted 10 October 2008 - 07:49 PM

but you see, i am one of those people that likes to get a specialer special then the special gets :) so i have a question sent to clay already, definitely buying this, but it just does not feel "Alex" enough to be a present, so, lets see what clay says :)

nice job btw, wait till you see the contact card i am working on, i think you'll get a kick out of it... just pondering, how are the colors derived?

#13 Turtle

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Posted 10 October 2008 - 09:07 PM

but you see, i am one of those people that likes to get a specialer special then the special gets :turtle: so i have a question sent to clay already, definitely buying this, but it just does not feel "Alex" enough to be a present, so, lets see what clay says :mail:

nice job btw, wait till you see the contact card i am working on, i think you'll get a kick out of it... just pondering, how are the colors derived?


Yes; I see. :) :bow:

The colors I assigned arbitrarily.
1=Black
2=Red
3=Orange
4=Yellow
5=Green
6=Blue
7=Indigo
8=Violet
9=White

The lower-right quadrant in the print is the primary table & oriented left-to-right & top-to-bottom. So, Blue+Green=Red. The other scaled quadrants illustrate that the pattern repeats ad infinitum as do the positive integers. A more in-depth discussion is in the Katabatak thread, around post #83 or such a matter. >> Katabatak thread ....... :)

#14 alexander

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Posted 10 October 2008 - 11:38 PM

color sounds reasonable :)

Hey Turtle, out of curiosity, where are you located in the states (please pm :) ) i'd love to chat if you have time, if you are within, say 4-6 hours of driving from here :turtle: maybe even make it into a weekend trip :)

anyhow, back to working on my contact card (and i'd like you to look at it, once i'm done :mail: (i think you will get that scratch your head feeling, followed by an "Uh?", followed by a "wth is that" :bow:, and you'll understand what i mean by special) ) and listening to the mix i'm working on...

#15 Turtle

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Posted 11 October 2008 - 10:35 AM

Hey Turtle, out of curiosity, where are you located in the states (please pm :) ) i'd love to chat if you have time, if you are within, say 4-6 hours of driving from here :) maybe even make it into a weekend trip ;)


I am currently living, more-or-less, in the greater Vancouver Washington metropolitan area. About 10 miles South of me, across the great Columbia River, is Portland Oregon, the recently declared 'greenest' city in the US of A. :tree:

Here's an historical blurb on my villiage: >> Fort Vancouver - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

In the best spirit of artists, I'm an inveterate recluse, and as such not much of one for meeting up with folks. :eek2: Nonetheless, if you should happen to show up in my villiage and PM'd me that you were here, I might be coaxed to meet you at some public drinking establishment. :friday:

anyhow, back to working on my contact card (and i'd like you to look at it, once i'm done :) (i think you will get that scratch your head feeling, followed by an "Uh?", followed by a "wth is that" :), and you'll understand what i mean by special) ) and listening to the mix i'm working on...


Can't wait to see it Alex! :painting: :turtle:

#16 Turtle

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Posted 23 October 2008 - 12:40 AM

9 days left. ;) for the time being, the katabatak thread has disappeared into the aether and that makes these prints nearly the only public record of this arcane mathematical art. :D this could be the investment that turns the economy around. :doh:

that's all i got. :)

#17 freeztar

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Posted 23 October 2008 - 12:44 AM

the katabatak thread has disappeared into the aether


Fixed! :)