Apr 29, 2013

Can he?

A new design on Threadless: 'He can change'. Can he?


Jason Liwag [art]

This is not a gun. No, it isn't.

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Microsoft IllumiRoom

Interesting.

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More Different Stuff ...

Daniel Ryan Music with 'Nagasaki'. Daniel Ryan describes his music as "a mix of Japanese folk music and glitch hop."

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Hear Alexander Graham Bell Talk

I don't understand a word he's saying ... but it's cool!

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And Now For Something Totally Different

Moombahton in Guatemala.

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Shlohmo 'Don't Say No'

Shlohmo feat How to Dress Well with 'Don’t Say No'. I like.



Naked Body Alphabet

This Naked Silhouette Alphabet is brought to you by student photographer Anastasia Mastrakouli.

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F**k You's

Cursing in movies. 400 Movies in 5 minutes.



Who Are You?

Et voila! A very nice infographic on what your coffee says about you. I hope you didn't pick the expresso.

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Star Wars Behind The Scenes

Posted it before I think ... but it's still awesome!

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Steven Spielberg's 'Obama'

A spoof, a satire on the next presidential movie by Steven Spielberg 'Obama', with Daniel Day-Lewis as Obama as Daniel Day-Lewis.

Created for the 2013 White House Correspondents Dinner.



Bonobo 'First Fires'

Video for Bonobo's 'First Fires' directed by Young Replicant.




Bonobo 'First Fires' from Pulse Films on Vimeo.

Felix Lorioux (1872–1964) - Illustrator

Cute, very cute!

"One of the best illustrators of children's books, Felix Lorioux was born in Angers. He studied art as an apprentice with painters on glass and later in Angers and Paris Ecole des Beaux Arts."

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Battle Of The (Social) Sexes

Usage of social media by both sexes. Surprisingly?

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Apr 28, 2013

New Evian Babies

Nice!



The World’s First Portable Motion Picture Camera

Did you know that the world’s first portable motion picture camera was a 12fps ‘Rifle’? I didn't.

"Here’s a fun piece of photographic/cinematographic history: the first ever portable motion picture camera was invented by a French scientist named √Čtienne-Jules Marey, and it was in the shape of a gun. Sort of a great grandfather to the the Mark III Hythe Machine Gun Camera used by the British during WWI to train aerial gunners, the Fusil Photographique (or “photographic rifle”) made its debut on the scene all the way back in 1882."

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Andre 3000 & Beyonce 'Back To Black'

Shut up Eastvillage Radio.com!!!! Nice cover for The Great Gatsby.



What If ...

What if our Superheroes found sponsors? Italian art director Roberto Vergati Santos dreamed away.
Italian art director Roberto Vergati Santos introduced what would have happened if the major brands have begun to sponsor for superheroes.

Read More at freeyork.org/creative-2/superheroes-found-sponsors © FreeYork
Italian art director Roberto Vergati Santos introduced what would have happened if the major brands have begun to sponsor for superheroes.

Read More at freeyork.org/creative-2/superheroes-found-sponsors © FreeYork
Italian art director Roberto Vergati Santos introduced what would have happened if the major brands have begun to sponsor for superheroes.

Read More at freeyork.org/creative-2/superheroes-found-sponsors © FreeYork
Italian art director Roberto Vergati Santos introduced what would have happened if the major brands have begun to sponsor for superheroes.

Read More at freeyork.org/creative-2/superheroes-found-sponsors © FreeYork"


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Wishful Thinking

Summer!!!!! Where are you!!!!!!

Illustrator Daniel Hannih, the making-of 'SUMMER SKULL'.



Apr 27, 2013

How Much Does A Video Weigh?

"What color is a mirror? How much does a video weigh? Michael Stevens, creator of the popular educational YouTube channel Vsauce, spends his day asking quirky questions like these. In this talk he shows how asking the right -- seemingly silly -- questions can make incredibly effective lessons."



Hijicking Religious Images

Wow! I wouldn't mind having one of them, or more, as a tattoo.

"A selection of the creation of the Spanish artist Ramon Maiden, hijicking religious images, retro postcards or pin-up by drawing over complex and detailed tattoos with a ballpoint pen. A work influenced by art and tattoos from Europe, Asia and Mexico."

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Kite Aerial Photography

Below a couple of cool examples of Kite Aerial Photography (KAP).

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Aaron Jay [Illustrations]

These illustrations are bizarre and cute.

"UK-based illustrator and t-shirt designer Aaron Jay (aka “Randyotter“) has created an imaginative and “punny” collection of illustrations throughout the years that display various objects, food and creatures in bizarre situations. Prints and t-shirts of his work are available to purchase on Society6, Redbubble and Threadless."

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12 Types Of Social Media Users

The infographic, created by First Direct Bank, shows 12 distinct different personalities: Ultras, Dippers, Deniers, Virgins, Lurkers, Peacocks, Ranters, Changelings, Ghosts, Informers, Quizzers and Approval Seekers. Which one are you?

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