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Chrononautic Exxon
era group score: 10051
total group score: 21209
total players: 31

Tasks / Calend'art

Make a radically different calendar as a gift for another person. The calendar must be coherent and useful but may not track days or months in any standard way.

1 to 100 players
125 points
Level 5
In the zone of: Chrononautic Exxon

Terms: returnoftherevengetwoelectricboogaloo

3 completed :: 6 in progress
Interested in collaborating on this: (no one yet!)


way back in 2008... +1
posted by artmouse on October 29th, 2010 9:03 PM

Burlesque. Calendar. Costume. Party.

the event was designed for us all to take risqué but not specifically lewd photographs for the purpose of a future calendar... and i'm sure if it were actually made all the photos would shock/awe everyone, thus causing them to loose track of time and therefore distort their perception of the days and then months - likely choosing to hang the calendar featuring their most favorite "month"

a sampling:

i believe i was the only person who managed to make it into more than one "month"'s photo - but i'm not going to share that other one here :x

i've never heard of anyone else hosting a party for the purpose of making a burlesque calendar of their 'everyday life' friends, so yeah, it's a bit of a stretch (hence the lack of actual praxis) but thought it would amuse/confuse some of you because frankly this was the first thing that this task reminded me of! cheers


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Calend'art by Burn Unit June 24th, 2008 9:52 PM

00110 11000, 0x7D8 These are my calend'arts. They use binary to display a month and year--mostly, some use hex. The binary version is fairly simple to use, even if you don't know binary. I'm now going to talk about binary as if I was talking to some...

125 + 156 points :: 12 comments :: 32 votes
Calend'art by Tøm January 30th, 2008 1:52 PM

Here's my alternative calender gift to you all, what the time and date aren't! What the time isn't Here's an offer you just simply can't afford to miss, in this unique calender from JML inconvenience stores! What the time isn't gives you up to date...

125 + 140 points :: 8 comments :: 28 votes
Calend'art by Tricia Tanaka January 29th, 2008 9:33 PM


125 + 65 points :: 9 comments :: 13 votes