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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Chimes&Rhymes

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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
  • Before the iPad came out I had dreamed of being able to publish websites in a formate that was less temporary. I had just taken a job at a web development firm called Reason after deciding to decline a print design position at Taschen books. Chimes&Rhymes cemented my passion for digital publishing and a new job in Front-End Development reinforced my skills in programming. I read that Apple might be releasing a product that allow for advanced eBook publishing and I quickly established my own company for publishing web art in this new format. When the iPad was released I was the first in a long line of many to buy one. When I entered the Apple Store cameras flashed and I was greeted with applause and congratulations. I remember thinking “this is all quite the gimmick.” Before publishing anything I changed the name from Labelpeel to Burning Turnip and finally to Rubber Acorn.

    Labelpeel

    Background

    Before the iPad came out I had dreamed of being able to publish websites in a formate that was less temporary. I had just taken a job at a web development firm called Reason after deciding to decline a print design position at Taschen books. Chimes&Rhymes cemented my passion for digital publishing and a new job in Front-End Development reinforced my skills in programming. I read that Apple might be releasing a product that allow for advanced eBook publishing and I quickly established my own company for publishing web art in this new format. When the iPad was released I was the first in a long line of many to buy one. When I entered the Apple Store cameras flashed and I was greeted with applause and congratulations. I remember thinking “this is all quite the gimmick.” Before publishing anything I changed the name from Labelpeel to Burning Turnip and finally to Rubber Acorn.

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.