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NOTCOT.ORG Maqueta 'El Castillo Ambulante' de Ghibli en papercraft Es bien sabido que el papercraft, o modelo de papel, tiene numerosos seguidores en el mundillo del manga, anime y los videojuegos. Algunos crean, modelos más sencillos, como figuras cúbicas a lo Minecraft; otros, armados de paciencia, realizan trabajos más elaborados y minuciosos como maquetas de mechas y edificios. Este último es el caso que aquí os traemos, El Castillo Ambulante de Howl recreado a escala y con todo lujo de detalles. Las torretas pueden girar, la boca se abre y se cierra y las ruedas se mueven. Pena que Cálcifer no pueda disfrutar de cerca de este trabajo. El castillo, construído con papel de 120 gramos, ha sido elaborado en una semana por una sola persona, empleándose de 6 a 7 horas diarias. 49 páginas de tamaño A4 fueron impresas para este proyecto. No es el primer trabajo de papercraft inspirado en Studio Ghibli que se muestra en la red, pero desde luego el Castillo Ambulante de Howl es de los más impresionantes. Fuente: RobinHutchinson

Japanese Dance Team Illuminates the Floor In TRON Suit Japanese dance crew , Wrecking Crew Orchestra got talent, Rock the floor in TRON-suit routine that is sure to make your day wow. This viral dance video shows you how LED lights with innovative control can amaze an audience. The song feature in the background is "Arena (2010 film)" from the Grammy Award-nominated soundtrack, "Tron: Legacy,". It also features music from award winning DJ/producer, David Guetta, French electro house duo, Justice, Italian DJ/producers, Crookers and English dubstep DJ/producer, Flux Pavilion. This eight-man dance team is able to control light, perform tricks and choreography without ever missing a beat. About the author Ana Sayfa - Karnaval.com Radyodan Sonraki En Büyük İcat Mind-Boggling Shadow Art from Trash Sculptures British artists Tim Noble and Sue Webster are a creative team known for their experimental art including these mind-boggling light and shadow sculptures. The duo forms abstract works from, which upon first glance, look like nothing other than straightforward piles of trash. The excitement for the viewer comes when a single light illuminates the pile and creates an entirely new piece of art—usually portraits of themselves—formed with the combination of light and shadow projected onto the wall. Throughout their careers, the artists have, “played with the idea of how humans perceive abstract images and define them with meaning. Tim Noble and Sue Webster’s website via [Wicked Game]

Gallery of Computation LIVING WORKS binary.ring bit.10001 bone.piles box.fitting box.fitting.img new bubble.chamber buddhabrot city.traveler cubic.attractor deep.lorenz guts new happy.place new henon.phase henon.phase.deep new inter.aggregate new inter.momentary new invader.fractal limb.sand.stroke limb.strat limb.stroke mcp moonlight.soyuz nine.block node.garden new offspring orbitals new paths.i peter.de.jong sand.dollar sand.stroke sand.traveler new self-dividing.line stitches substrate new tree.garden.ii trema.disk trema.spike INFORMATION about the programmer about the medium ORDERING works available production qualities ordering policies CONTACT j.tarbell @ complexification.net Seoul-based artist Choi Xooang Choi Xooang has a amazing capability to pull you into his work. Mixing amazing technique and utter blunt shocking images Choi is climbing my list of favorite artists. Half of his outlandish pieces are not done just for shock value but to bring awareness to human right abuses in Korea. Also, if you like this, you’ll most likely enjoy the work of Emil Alzamora.

SOFEX: The Business of War - Part 1 | VICE News The Dillon Aero M134D Gatling Gun, a “six-barreled, electrically driven machine gun chambered in 7.62mm NATO that fires at a fixed rate of 3,000 shots per minute.” It was one of countless killing machines featured at SOFEX. Photo courtesy of Dillon Aero. “You know, it’s weird, man. It’s like everybody’s real cordial with each other. On arriving at SOFEX, I was reminded of when I was a punk kid and it was fashionable to say things like, “The military-industrial complex is taking over the world.” SOFEX takes place every two years in Amman, and is largely the brainchild of Jordan’s king, Abdullah II, who has a penchant for special operations and massive displays of artillery. The Ultimate Warrior Competition is sponsored by KASOTC, a “counterterrorism training facility” in Jordan founded by King Abdullah. I’ve been to hundreds of depressing media trade shows, and SOFEX’s salespeople are no different from the rest, except that their wares are designed to destroy things and kill people. Lt.

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