The Useless Web. Collection of hampus lindwall, falling falling .com by rafaël rozendaal, 2011. sound by gloumouth1. Fullmoonhike. David Keochkerian: Surreal landscapes through infrared photography (PHOTOS).
JadeMountain28.jpg (JPEG Imagen, 1800x900 píxeles) - Escalado (69%) Fascinating Lamps by Calabarte. Article by Lily I'm a French full time student and a part-time blogger.
I like Pondly because it allows me to share what I find on the Internet, for everyone to see. Calabarte is an artist from Poland. He sculpts elaborated patterns on gourds which come from Senegal. When the lamp is switch on, the light amazes us with the fairy atmosphere created. *** 2011-08-31 – Update *** I have received many messages asking where to get those great lamps. *** 2011-09-01 – Update from Calabarte *** Hello, Thank You for all this such nice comments! Website Do you want more visual fun? You might also like. In Bb 2.0 - a collaborative music/spoken word project - 12 videos. Rashad Alakbarov Paints with Shadows and Light.
This is kind of flying all over the internet right now, but I couldn’t resist sharing.
Artist Rashad Alakbarov from Azerbaijan uses suspended translucent objects and other found materials to create light and shadow paintings on walls. The jaw-dropping light painting above, made with an array of colored airplanes is currently on view at the Fly to Baku exhibition at De Pury Gallery in London through January 29th. (via art wednesday, fasels suppe) Cagna Illuminations. De Cagna Location: Belfortstraat Luminarie De Cagna is an Italian family business founded in 1930.
Back then on festive occasions the company illuminated buildings and squares with oil and carbide lamps. This was quickly switched to electric lights, and since 2006 only LEDs are used for new projects. The lights are joined to make large curtains of light, which are placed onto buildings or spread out on other objects in the area. During the 2012,Ghent Light Festival Ghent, Belfortstraat (Belfort Street) will be the domain of the Luminarie Cagna. Water Printer. 1898646_460s.jpg (JPEG Imagen, 460x9230 píxeles) - Escalado (5. EMPIRE17.swf (application/x-shockwave-flash Objeto)
Art video of the month - LIGHT SCULPTURES. Trentemoller - Miss You. Parmenides 1, de Dev Harlan: el juguete geodésico de la divinidad. Dev Harlan es un joven artista neoyorkino que lleva ya unos años jugando con medios físicos y virtuales, combinando luz, escultura y proyección.
Su más reciente obra “Parmenides 1″ es probablemente la más lograda en su carrera; ya había construido pirámides multicromáticas con pantallas geométricas, vulvas aéreas de neón y discoballs holográficas pintando de geometría sagrada salas de museo. Pero “Parmenides 1″, parte de su exposición Astral Flight Hangar, conjura un metaobjeto —como aquel monolito de Kubrick, o el Rubik cube de un demiurgo que juega a la comogénesis y proyecta la estructura del universo: luz, geometría y movimiento— que mueve al espectador al hiperespacio de la estética donde los sólidos platónicos se disuelven en cristales líquidos oniridiscentes.
Terence Mckenna gustaba citar el fragmento 54 de Heráclito (justamente el filósofo presocrático que se opuso radicalmente a Parménides): “El Eón es un niño que juega con pelotas de colores”. [Dev Harlan] Extreme Mountain Camping. Normal camping is for pussies.
Random Picture Dump (55 Pics) Popular Photos. Awesome milk trick!. Tumblr_l1rft5Czyn1qbtmjxo1_1280.jpg (JPEG Imagen, 500x696 píxeles) - Escalado (78%) 21 Images You Won't Believe Aren't Photoshopped (Part 8) This is the latest edition of our most popular feature, in which we demonstrate that the truth is stranger than Photoshop.
Here are more photos that will make every poster in the comment section scream "FAKE! " but are absolutely real. In case you missed the previous episodes, here's Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, the gritty reboot that doesn't acknowledge the previous editions, Part 6 and Part 7. And now ... #21. Via Buzzhunt.co.uk This looks like a bank of escalators seconds before they were buried under a lava flow, but it's actually one of about a hundred decorated subway stations under Stockholm, Sweden, where the natural bedrock ceiling has been painted. If nothing else, it has to make it a hell of a lot easier to figure out if you're at the right stop. Via Wikimedia Commons"Hmmm ... this has less magma than I remember. " #20. Via Forbes Yes, that's a satellite photo, and yes, there really is a gigantic set of connecting canals spelling "HAMAD" in Abu Dhabi. #19.
Via Making Of.