Photo was made for a course I am studying where I had to create an image conveying one of the seven deadly sins. For the image I chose the sin sloth as its sometimes described as physical laziness but also spiritual, hence the floating. Feel free to dissect and analyse the image.
London Eye-designer Marks Barfield Architects plans elevated glass pavilion next door
Vinyl records that hide a secret music video!
Audio-visual group Sculpture creates vinyl picture records that appear to animate when viewed unders the correct conditions, and its latest is gorgeous. When you start “Plastic Infinite” spinning, the images on the record just look like a blur. Apply a strobing light to the record, or film it at 25fps with a high shutter speed, and the record is transformed into a giant zoetrope disc.
Apple - Mac 30 - Thirty years of innovation
Thirty years ago, the Mac put the power of technology in everyone’s hands, launching a generation of innovators who continue to change the world. This video celebrates some of those pioneers and the incredible impact they’ve made.
Commuters In Slow Motion
A photographer called Adam Magyar uses sophisticated software that he’s created and hardware that he has retrofitted himself to create high-resolution images of speeding subway trains and their passengers.
The art of distorting human faces
Portrait is a surreal video from Italian artist Donato Sansone (aka Milkyeyes) that presents a set of portraits in motion. Sansone’s work has previously been featured on Canal+’s L’oeil de links (video in French), and you can find more of his video experiments over on his Vimeo page.
Are you always mentioning things? Gross! Stop mentioning things and start mentioning blogs.
Just type @ and a username when you’re writing a post and we’ll let that person know that you mentioned them. They will be thrilled by this.
Blogs. Finally something worth mentioning.
Annapurna Himalayan Range, Nepal (September 2013)