High Speed Liquid and Bubble Photographs by Heinz Maier It never ceases to amaze me: just when I think I’ve seen every possible permutation of an artform or technique—be it figurative sculpture, stop motion animation, or in this case, high speed photography—somebody comes along and manages to do something radically different. German photographer Heinz Maier says that he began taking photographs less than a year ago in late 2010. He claims to not know what direction he’s heading in just yet, right now he’s experimenting with macro photography, mostly insects, animals, and these delicate high speed water droplets. Personally, I think he’s found a great direction. There are so many things happening here to make these photographs simply outstanding: the lighting, the colors, the occasional use of symmetry in the reflection of water, let alone the skill of knowing how to use the camera itself. It’s hard to believe these aren’t digital.
6 Insane Discoveries That Science Cant Explain | Cracked.com - StumbleUpon We like to feel superior to the people who lived centuries ago, what with their shitty mud huts and curing colds by drilling a hole in their skulls. But we have to give them credit: They left behind some artifacts that have left the smartest of modern scientists scratching their heads. For instance, you have the following enigmas that we believe were created for no other purpose than to fuck with future generations. The Voynich Manuscript The Mystery: The Voynich manuscript is an ancient book that has thwarted all attempts at deciphering its contents. It appears to be a real language--just one that nobody has seen before. Translation: "...and when you get her to put the tennis racket in her mouth, have her stand in a fountain for a while. There is not even a consensus on who wrote it, or even when it was written. Why Can't They Solve It? Could you? Don't even try. As you can imagine, proposed solutions have been all over the board, from reasonable to completely clownshit. Our Guess:
Marta Penter Wallpaper - StumbleUpon Search Picture Album Wallpaper Show Titles Applying and removing HubbleSite wallpaper Email list: Inbox Astronomy RSS feed: NewsCenter HubbleSite iPhone App Get Involved Reference Desk Servicing Missions Hubble's 25th Anniversary eBooks HubbleSite: WebbTelescope: About Contact Us Copyright Expert No-Solder Sculptures (8 Pieces) Posted by rd on Wednesday, November 2, 2011 · Edouard Martinet‘s artwork is incredibly resourceful and creative. One reason is that he transforms everyday objects found in flea-markets and car boot sales into works of art.He uses different scrap metals like rusted kitchen pans, typewriter keys, car lights and other refuse materials. What’s more is that he puts them together like a jigzaw puzzle. No solder, no glue. Before starting a project, Edouard prepares several detailed sketches for each of his creations. From Edouard Martinet’s Website.
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Photography by Rosie Hardy Steve Smith I don’t know what’s the deal with these hyperrealist artists, once again, great work, but absolutely no information…so I’ll just tell you to look at Steve Smith’s pretty paintings, who apparently dreams of sunny days, holidays and sunglasses. Can’t say I blame him! Conserving Africa's Wildlife Through Photography How often do we see exquisite imagery of animals that isn't a "When Animals Attack" special? Photographer Nick Brandt says, "The emphasis has generally been on capturing the drama of wild animals IN ACTION, on capturing that dramatic single moment, as opposed to simply animals in the state of being." I agree with Brandt and appreciate his stunning contributions to wildlife photography. The native Londoner first discovered the beauty of Africa's majestic creatures sprawled out on the breathtakingly unaltered landscapes in 1995, when he was still making music videos, practicing his formal training in film. It isn't all gut-wrenching photography, though. Nick Brandt's website
Martin Schoeller | Pristina.org | Everything Design As fotos que Martin Schoeller tirou de alguns famosos são daquelas que te colocam tão perto dos seus ídolos que parece que você pode ler os olhos deles. Eu acho fenomenal. www.martinschoeller.comvia Comentários