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Hgh1-1.gif (GIF-afbeelding, 320x240 pixels) “The Art of Clean Up”: El arte de ordenar. Por Ursus Werhli, vía bumbumbum “The Art of Clean Up” es un libro del artista alemán Ursus Werhli, aquí recopila distintos objetos y situaciones completamente organizadas.
World in 2000 as Predicted in 1910. Illustrations by French artist Villemard in 1910 of how he imagined the future to be in the year 2000.
In the 21st century, in order to control traffic jams in the air, there will be more and more flying policemen. Firemen will be equipped with “bat wings” to be able to easily access top floors and roofs. Just one for the road… Wars will be fought by “combat cars”. Schools will be equipped with audio books. Horses will be so rare that people will pay to see them. You’ll be able to send mail just by dictating it into loudspeaker. Heating with Radium. Building sites will be equipped with automatic devices and machines. Makeup will be applied just by pressing few buttons. Hair salon. Electric train from Paris to Beijing.
Den Haag Onder De Hemel. Verpackung.swf (application/x-shockwave-flash-object) Auditorium - Index. Play the first game we ever created together.
Auditorium hit the scene in 2009. Since then, its sleek design, vibrant colors, and iconic soundtrack have captured the imagination of thousands of players worldwide. Now, we invite you to follow the same journey. Remember, there are no right or wrong answers, only your answer. Start by filling your first audio container. Click the game area, turn up your speakers, and relax. If you don't see the game, you may need to update your Flash player, or disable any flash blockers you may have enabled. If you enjoyed the demo, we highly recommend trying out the full version of the game which has 70+ levels spread across 15 Acts. Public Art Concepts - Dan Sternof Beyer 2011. Download the PDF of these ideas : Public Art Concepts - Dan Sternof Beyer 2011 (2mb) [ New American Public Art ]
Free online barcode generator. Fractal World Gallery Thumbnails : cosmic recursive fractal flames or flame fractals. Addictive ads, 1894-1954. 14 Sep 2010 Here is a collection of Japanese advertisements for drinks and smokes (1894-1954).
Hero Cigarettes, 1894 Tokio Beer, 1896-1906 Chūyū Cigarettes, 1900. Weird and Wacky Furniture By Straight Line Designs. EmailEmail Straight Line Designs is a one-of-a-kind workshop that has been operating out of Vancouver, British Columbia for the past 25 years.
In addition to installations, sculptures and private commissions, designer Judson Beaumont and his staff of eight full-time craftspeople have designed and constructed a variety of wacky cartoon-style furniture and projects for public institutions and children’s exhibitions throughout North America and abroad. Focused on quality and custom design, Judson’s studio stays far away from mass production and is as imaginative as children themselves. Website: StaightLineDesigns.com.
Silly Mind Tricks. Online paint program. Flame Painter Gallery Flame Painter is a unique paint program, it belongs to my 'I am an Artist' experimental project. I think with tools which inspires you, everyone can be an artist. You can try it here, change different brush settings and paint your own flame paintings. When you change the background from black to white, the palette changes from additive to subtractive and the feeling of the painting is very different. It's not easy to explain all brush parameters, so I leave this for your experimentation. Tools: Click here for Flame Help in German . COLOR - brush color SATURATION - brush saturation OPACITY - brush opacity C - color cycling [ on | off ] P - color per pixel [ on | off ] FADE - fade in/out [ on | off ] aM laboratory. Bible_weed.jpg (JPEG-afbeelding, 1280x720 pixels) - Geschaald (78%)
aM laboratory. A Stunning, Intricate Maze Made From 2,200 Pounds of Salt. Motoi Yamamoto has to be the most patient man in the world.
A Japanese artist, Yamamoto uses salt to create monumental floor paintings, each so absurdly detailed, it makes A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte look like child's play. He calls them, fittingly, his Labyrinths. Yamamoto's latest labyrinth creeps out from a brick tunnel at the Fondation Espace Ecureuil, a gallery in France. He made it -- as he makes all these installations -- by sprinkling salt on the floor through a plastic bottle used for machine oil, starting at the back of the tunnel, then moving forward to avoid stepping on the designs he's already drawn. The whole thing took 50 hours over the course of five days and a whopping 2,200 pounds of salt. Here's an older installation at Sankt Peter parish in Cologne: The story behind Yamamoto's salt sculptures is sweet and sad.
Yamamoto takes pains to extend the metaphor beyond the walls of the art gallery.