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Please help me with my degree show xoxo <3

As part of my final degree show I have set up 5 HP ePrinters in the exhibition space.

Each one of these printers has it’s own unique email address. Anyone can email a photograph to these email addresses. 

The printers will immediately print out the images which are sent to them.

Each printer has it’s own unique combination of coloured inks, changing the appearance of the images sent to it as they are printed and transforming each image into a unique object.

These are the following requirements for sending an image to the printers:

1 - The email must contain only one recipient; the printer you are emailing to.

2 - The email must have something written in the subject line; e.g ‘hi’. No text in the subject line can result in the spam filter rejecting the image.

3 - The email must have an image attached. If only one attachment is sent at a time there is a greater chance of success. Multiple image attachments can result in the spam filter rejecting the image.

4 - The email should preferably have no text in the body. It should only contain the image attachment.

nothingcompares2u@hpeprint.com

sweetchildomine@hpeprint.com

theytriedtomakemegotorehab@hpeprint.com

smellsliketeenspirit@hpeprint.com

thisaintascene@hpeprint.com

A video feed from the printers can be found at www.alexspringer.co.uk/eprint 

p.s please tell everyone and anyone about this, your friends, parents, cats etc and it would really help me out if you reblogged or shared this to as many people as possible! xxx

Please help me with my degree show :)

As part of my final degree show I have set up 5 HP ePrinters in the exhibition space.

Each one of these printers has it’s own unique email address. Anyone can email a photograph to these email addresses. 

The printers will immediately print out the images which are sent to them.

Each printer has it’s own unique combination of coloured inks, changing the appearance of the images sent to it as they are printed and transforming each image into a unique object.

These are the following requirements for sending an image to the printers:

1 - The email must contain only one recipient; the printer you are emailing to.

2 - The email must have something written in the subject line; e.g ‘hi’. No text in the subject line can result in the spam filter rejecting the image.

3 - The email must have an image attached. If only one attachment is sent at a time there is a greater chance of success. Multiple image attachments can result in the spam filter rejecting the image.

4 - The email should preferably have no text in the body. It should only contain the image attachment.

nothingcompares2u@hpeprint.com

sweetchildomine@hpeprint.com

theytriedtomakemegotorehab@hpeprint.com

smellsliketeenspirit@hpeprint.com

thisaintascene@hpeprint.com

A video feed from the printers can be found at www.alexspringer.co.uk/eprint 

p.s please tell everyone and anyone about this, your friends, parents, cats etc and it would really help me out if you reblogged or shared this to as many people as possible! xxx

Please help me with my degree show xoxo

As part of my final degree show I have set up 5 HP ePrinters in the exhibition space.

Each one of these printers has it’s own unique email address. Anyone can email a photograph to these email addresses. 

The printers will immediately print out the images which are sent to them.

Each printer has it’s own unique combination of coloured inks, changing the appearance of the images sent to it as they are printed and transforming each image into a unique object.

These are the following requirements for sending an image to the printers:

1 - The email must contain only one recipient; the printer you are emailing to.

2 - The email must have something written in the subject line; e.g ‘hi’. No text in the subject line can result in the spam filter rejecting the image.

3 - The email must have an image attached. If only one attachment is sent at a time there is a greater chance of success. Multiple image attachments can result in the spam filter rejecting the image.

4 - The email should preferably have no text in the body. It should only contain the image attachment.

nothingcompares2u@hpeprint.com

sweetchildomine@hpeprint.com

theytriedtomakemegotorehab@hpeprint.com

smellsliketeenspirit@hpeprint.com

thisaintascene@hpeprint.com

A video feed from the printers can be found at www.alexspringer.co.uk/eprint 

p.s please tell everyone and anyone about this, your friends, parents, cats etc and it would really help me out if you reblogged or shared this to as many people as possible! xxx

Please help me with my degree show :)

As part of my final degree show I have set up 5 HP ePrinters in the exhibition space.

Each one of these printers has it’s own unique email address. Anyone can email a photograph to these email addresses. 

The printers will immediately print out the images which are sent to them.

Each printer has it’s own unique combination of coloured inks, changing the appearance of the images sent to it as they are printed and transforming each image into a unique object.

These are the following requirements for sending an image to the printers:

1 - The email must contain only one recipient; the printer you are emailing to.

2 - The email must have something written in the subject line; e.g ‘hi’. No text in the subject line can result in the spam filter rejecting the image.

3 - The email must have an image attached. If only one attachment is sent at a time there is a greater chance of success. Multiple image attachments can result in the spam filter rejecting the image.

4 - The email should preferably have no text in the body. It should only contain the image attachment.

nothingcompares2u@hpeprint.com

sweetchildomine@hpeprint.com

theytriedtomakemegotorehab@hpeprint.com

smellsliketeenspirit@hpeprint.com

thisaintascene@hpeprint.com

A video feed from the printers can be found at www.alexspringer.co.uk/eprint 

p.s please tell everyone and anyone about this, your friends, parents, cats etc and it would really help me out if you reblogged or shared this to as many people as possible! xxx