After several months redesigning and building, we’re really happy to get the new TSA site up. Thank you Matt Loseke for all your help.
New features include creative resources, author bios, recommended reading, and soon to come – an exclusive section of projects, articles, and interviews. We are also working on a collaborative series, which should be done fairly soon, and is shaping up nicely.
Thanks for visiting.
We’ve started a TSA Facebook group. Feel free to join and share work/pictures/links/comments/videos…
We’re happy to report we’ve surpassed the one million hit mark since starting TSA in February. To commemorate our mini triumph we’ve done a little site refresh and are adding a few authors.
Thanks to everyone who visits. Please leave comments and let us know what you think/love/hate/admire. As always our doors are open to new members – click our contact section for more info.
Big welcome to Driv Loo (aka robonut) from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He comes highly recommended from TSA author Andrio Abero. Nice to have you Driv!
We’d like to welcome 10 new authors to TSA! We’re starting to span the globe, which should bring some nice diversity to our content. There’s a lot of talent on this list and we’re really excited to have everyone on board.
Matthieu Bessudo from London, England. aka Mcbess
Christine Taylor from New York, New York.
Antti Uotila from Helsinki, Finland.
Sara Haraigue from Paris, France. aka Look at me Design
Travis Stearns from Minneapolis, Minnesota. aka I Am Mint Condition
Andrio Abero from Brooklyn, New York. aka 33rpm
Louis Beaudoin from Montreal, Canada.
Steve Rura from New York, New York. aka Letters & Numbers
Givan Lötz from Johannesburg, South Africa.
Diego Farbo from Montevideo, Uruguay. aka Farbo
We still have a few continents left to fill. If you are interested to join, visit our contact page for more info.
We’ve decided to open our site up to individuals who share similar interests as us who would like to contribute content to The Strange Attractor. Like a lot of blogs, we get a ton of hits from Europe and Asia and all over, and we’re hoping to get a few foreigners on board, as well as locals – everyone is invited.
If interested, send us 5 links you’d post on TSA, a link to your personal site or blog if you have one, the city / country you are writing from, and a bit about yourself. Send to join [at] thestrangeattractor.net.