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123 Inspiration Costa Rica Covered in 8 Million Flower Petals Advertising agency Mccann has commissioned photographer Nick Meek to visualize the images for the... A Girl Named Elastika, A Creative Stop-Motion Film Made with Only Rubber Bands & Thumbtacks 123 Inspiration
JazJaz - Art & Pop Culture Unlimited JazJaz - Art & Pop Culture Unlimited Click here to see larger images. Inspired by the original artworks of H.R. Giger, art collective EndoftheLine’s Jim Vision & Dr Zadok created this huge mural on Redchurch Street in Shoreditch, London. The dystopian/fantasy piece is a great coming together of the signature styles of the two artists. "Almost There"
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Beautiful/Decay Cult of the Creative Arts For the artist Maria Raquel Cochez, her body is both her subject and medium; choosing to undergo and photograph 3 weight-loss surgery procedures, she catalogs a complex relationship with body image. For this series, titled “Life Performance,” and subsequent videos, paintings, and photographs, the artist courageously addresses the difficult ways in which women are expected to conform to physical ideals. For “Life Performance,” Cochez relinquishes all control, surrendering both her body and her camera, leaving others to cut, transform, and document her as she undergoes a breast reconstruction and implant and gastric bypass. Each photograph poignantly blurs the line between performance and experience, boldly welcoming the public into a profoundly private emotional space. Beautiful/Decay Cult of the Creative Arts
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Spam-Kühlschrank in a Botnet-of-Things: Von gehackten Items aus dem Internet of Things werden wir in Zukunft noch sehr viel hören: Zwischen den Jahren hat ein Spambot Netzwerk über 100.000 Dingse von Mediaplayern bis SmartTVs inklusive einem Kühlschrank übernommen und mit dem Kram Spam verschickt. Between December 23 and January 6, more than 100,000 internet-connected smart “things,” including media players, smart televisions and at least one refrigerator, were part of a network of computers used to send 750,000 spam emails. So says a study just released by enterprise security company Proofpoint. This is the first time anyone in the security industry has proved that devices that are part of the internet of things are being used just as PCs have been for decades—as part of “zombie” networks of computers used to do everything from sending spam to mining bitcoin. Someone’s refrigerator just took part in a malicious cyberattack Nerdcore Nerdcore
Geek Art – Art, Design & Lightsabers
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iam8bit Productions
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