Chromapost captured in press, photos, blog entries and tweets.
About Chromapost project and a couple of other things. Written by Anica Tucakov for City Magazine, September 2013. English: www.aleksandarmacasev.blogspot.com/p/were-becoming-immune-to-messages-during.html Serbian: www.citymagazine.rs/kulturna-desavanja/art/4716/intervju-aleksandar-macasev
Chromapost Messenger Bag - An Art Installation Becomes a Bag Brooklyn Industrialist Blog http://brooklynindustries.tumblr.com/post/61595479144/chromapost-messenger-bag-an-art-installation-becomes
Although without aesthetic intentions (if you want to express your emotions forget about color matching or prettifying) ChromaTweet easily slipped into an, albeit unorthodox, art form. The ever-growing color archive with its trends and fluctuations was a good base for all sorts of outgrowths like various abstract pieces and analog translations on canvas. ... Read the entire article at http://www.flipflipmeheidi.com/article/chroma-tweet
Some of the news outlets that picked up the Associated Press piece about Art Bridge (and ChromaTweet installation in Dumbo): CBS, NBC, WSJ... The entire list of links at: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=398289863558640=a.201523713235257.56617.201520379902257=1
Interview with A. M. for 'Tones', Pantone newsletter. By Keith Recker "Although I started ChromaTweet as a personal experiment I always had in mind some sort of social network where people would ChromaTweet their own feelings. Something very minimal and very emotional. Right now it is in its development stage and it will be launched for the public very soon. The main tag-line question will be "How do you feel?"" Read the interview at http://www.pantone.com/Resources/tones/v3-1/en-na/