Honey Dynamite

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Newer Industries

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Sugar Vision

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Ringin' Jinkies

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Groundwork Counsel

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Cody Pallo

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Harlesby

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XDP

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The Sugarologists

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Psychic Plum

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Loopy Museum

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Rubber Acorn

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Tictell

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Art Acclaim

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Zinepub

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Burning Turnip

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Free Cheesy Sticks

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Labelpeel

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Utopian Key

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Splatlab

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Thought Showers

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Mixing Numbers

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Tiny Being

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Loquacity

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The Oasis

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  • Past Projects
  • Around the same time as Utopian Key I discovered the medium of Microblogging. I had been familiar with blogging but never had the desire to write. I knew of Eyebeam’s experiments with reblogging but didn’t know how to accomplish it myself. While working at Gershoni Creative Agency I discovered a platform called Sweetcorn. This medium of posting images was ideal for honing my interest in the arts. I found hundreds of other art blogs to reblog and later moved everything to Tumblr. I blogged for 6 years and still occasionally do. The highlight of this project was my invitation to attend and blog the SFMOMA’s Geneva Anderson and Mark Bradford press event.

    Chimes&Rhymes

    Background

    Around the same time as Utopian Key I discovered the medium of Microblogging. I had been familiar with blogging but never had the desire to write. I knew of Eyebeam’s experiments with reblogging but didn’t know how to accomplish it myself. While working at Gershoni Creative Agency I discovered a platform called Sweetcorn. This medium of posting images was ideal for honing my interest in the arts. I found hundreds of other art blogs to reblog and later moved everything to Tumblr. I blogged for 6 years and still occasionally do. The highlight of this project was my invitation to attend and blog the SFMOMA’s Geneva Anderson and Mark Bradford press event.

Cody Pallo

Cody Pallo is a Media Artist who has long had the dream of merging his love of art, design, technology and business. This has compelled him to constantly search out new avenues of expression. Current Medium is a comprehensive collection of his past projects.