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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)
"Self-Titled" Part 5 . Honesty
"Self-Titled" is a mini art feature comprised of several parts that give a glimpse into the entire project. It details her mind-set and artistic vision throughout the making of BEYONCÉ.
Photographer Chino Otsuka Discovers Time Travel
In this series Chino Otsuka joins her adult self with photographs from her childhood. This makes it seem as if the adult Otsuka was meeting young Otsuka.
"The digital process becomes a tool, almost like a time machine, as I’m embarking on the journey to where I once belonged and at the same time becoming a tourist in my own history."
Candida Höfer, Musee du Louvre Paris, X and VII, 2005
Pentagram’s Abbott Miller has designed environmental graphics for Tadao Ando’s new arts center at the Universidad de Monterrey, Mexico. (discs match the concrete form dimensions).
'Symmetry' is a short film that ends the way it begins
The second half of Symmetry: A Palindromic Film is exactly the same as the first. Created as a university graduation project by writer and director Yann Pineill, the short film not only plays with symmetrically framed scenes, but is literally symmetrical itself — at the halfway point Symmetry goes into reverse, letting you rewatch everything backwards. This effect doesn’t come off as a gimmick, however, and instead changes the emotional feel dramatically, turning the short into something very hopeful. Check it out below.