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Category Archives: Art & Design
Op Katendrecht bouwd Paul Posse een portiershuisje om tot koffie huis.
Real time social media impressions of the 42st edition of the International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR)
That’s not photoshop; that’s an actual cloud hovering inside an actual room. Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde merges art and science to create small man-made clouds that exist — albeit for just a moment — indoors.
De Rotterdamse animatiestudio Analoog heeft de tot nu toe al bijna 70 jaar durende wederopbouw van Rotterdam gevat in een 2 minuten durende animatie…Op de site van Studio Analoog staat ook Stage 1, oftewel het bombardement.
Control? Conveyance? Continuity? Context? etc. etc.
See also the other Hilarious Windows 8 Seniors test.
We are firm believers in GIFs being an art form, as do animator Sean Pecknold and Legs Media, whose new video details the history of GIFs. The almost 2 minute short was created as part of Moving The Still GIF festival at Art | Basel Miami Beach. Pithily illustrating the emergence of the digital format through claymation, it’s a phenomenal viddy.
Haunted by the intensity of this dense, booming city, German photographer Michael Wolf took to the “subsurface insanity” of Tokyo’s notoriously crowded subway system to capture these insanely uncomfortable images of commuters in various stages of morning agony. In his latest book, Wolf releases never before seen photos from his “Tokyo Compression” series. Check out the full collection. [via]
A brief history of the land called Israel/Palestine/Canaan/the Levant. Who’s-killing-who viewer’s guide here: Blog.ninapaley.com
Writer of the Longtail, with especially his own personal stories on why inventors and consumers are now empowered enough to set the industry direction on their toys and industry products. A big change… coming soon to you.
Theo has been working on a herd of six animals in the summer. The Animaris Adulari is relatively small, five meters long and three meters high. It can survive strong winds. It has a wagging neck and a wagging tail. Theo tries to use the wagging movement to steer the animal. If the wind is 3bfrt or stronger, it will walk on the wind.
Route and more @ Strandbeest.com
Trip back in time: A women opens the door to her Mercedes on Sacramento Street while horses killed by falling rubble lie in the street
These dramatic photographs show the streets of modern-day San Francisco torn apart by the after-effects of a violent earthquake. Buildings are reduced to rubble, huge craters have opened in the debris-strewn roads and uncontrollable fires have ripped through homes. Fortunately, these pictures are a clever amalgamation of images of the city today and after the devastating quake of 1906.
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Bobby Ågren is running this shop called Ruben & Bobby, a retro-gaming and toys shop located in Jægersborggade 6, Copenhagen, where you can buy, sell or trade old games from the ’70s ’80s ’90s and in the meantime get a haircut; yes you got it right, Ruben & Bobby is also an air salon.