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  • He had taken a shot of one of the students and then "frankensteined" various shots together, taking details out of context to create bits of costuming from them, playing around with background elements.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • The trees are frankensteined from some of my favourite Brisbane trees, and the gowns are from Racinet.

    Illustration Friday: Clumsy

  • We could buy one of these machines, but it would be impossible to watch TV on them unless we used the old VCR that is on the floor and frankensteined it to a new machine.

    No, it's not all right.

  • The system seems to be based around two cassette decks frankensteined together, with a hi-fi graphic eq and spectrum analyser in the feedback path nice touch!

    Nice-looking homemade cassette tape delay

  • I frankensteined the sofa last night and am feeling much better about it.


  • It felt frankensteined together, and not well thought out.

    Autoblog Green

  • Here we have a description of a mute object, separate from both the consciousness of the writer and the reader, the sender and the receiver, and yet it comes alive, frankensteined to life by the writer to make an idiosyncratic experience somehow a shared and recognizable experience.

    Larval Subjects .

  • I would love to spend three days wrestling with my computer, finding the best software, and maybe even setting up an elaborate backup scheme on my frankensteined laptop.

    Tynan | Life Outside the Box

  • It just really really looks thrown together and frankensteined with duct tape. Stories / Popular

  • Saw this at the St Louis film festival last year, yase it is the original italian production of Dante’s Inferno, they had live synths that had frankensteined together in any fashion from old electrical gadgetry at the show.

    Weird | My[confined]Space


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  • esp in vehicle restoration: the scavenging of or nefarious melding of one or more unlike things to create a real mechanical bastard.

    ex: Joey frankensteined the hood of a Buick onto his 1980 Chevette.

    December 21, 2006