[ExI] Looking for transhuman art

PJ Manney pjmanney at gmail.com
Sun Jun 3 20:50:24 UTC 2007

Some of the people at the link below may have prints or originals on
their personal websites in your price range:


Also, if you do the cannibalize-the-book-route, which is a very good
idea given some of the interesting H+ art books out there, you don't
even need expensive framing.  If all the pieces are the same
size/format, simple, matching standard frames, in multiples, hung like
a grid, will do the trick nicely and create a great looking wall where
the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.


On 6/3/07, Natasha Vita-More <natasha at natasha.cc> wrote:
> At 01:33 AM 6/3/2007, you wrote:
> Do any of you have recommendation for transhuman art.  Not originals as
> they would likely blow my budget but I am looking for such to decorate
> my office  (a real office, private, with a door yet) at work.   Thanks
> for any leads.
> http://www.transhumanist.biz
> Go to "showing" and you will see transhumanist art pieces which you can
> contact the artists.
> Natasha
> Natasha Vita-More PhD Candidate, Planetary Collegium Transhumanist Arts &
> Culture Extropy Institute
> PhD Candidate, Planetary Collegium Transhumanist Arts & Culture Extropy
> Institute
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