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Grapheme is a new permanent installation at Museum Wiesbaden created by Robert Seidel. "Hand-drawn sketches were the starting point for the installation grapheme. They delineate the artist’s initial creative idea and serve as the basis for the films projected, as well as for the form of the projection sculpture itself. These sketches are translations of memories and associations, which the artist, like in a diary, has captured from the most varied places and stations of life. In the amorphous abstract films, the structural state of these sketches is translated into a temporal flow of images. Here, for example events from the past fade away and become connected in continual transformation to new experiences and impressions.

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Inspiration Lab Emiliano Ponzi I do love seeing great conceptual ideas executed in an approachable manor. Like the amazing illustration below by Emiliano Ponzi dealing with Wikileaks. I just love the simple symbolism of it. Magazine Born in 1976, French-British photographer Cedric Arnold first picked up a 35mm camera at university, whilst studying linguistics and history in Paris. He quickly turned most of his attention to photography and filmmaking, taking extra credits in printmaking, the history of cinema, and documentary filmmaking. Read More “Gonzaga Manso is a Madrid-based photographer whose elements are very unique and his work is eye-catching beyond belief. “

Drawing Autism Drawing Autism is an incredible collection of artwork by people diagnosed with autism, from teenage amateurs to established artists. Unlike many of the books I feature on 50 Watts, this one is in print. You should buy it. Disposable Carpet - WE MAKE CARPETS Disposable Carpet Disposable Carpet was commissioned by Tijdelijk Museum Amsterdam, The Netherlands. photographs by Amy Kouwenhoven Mozilla Firefox These are a few pictures I took at the opening of the ‘Landscapes’ expo by Bureau Bas Smets at deSingel in Antwerp, discussing how landscape design in Flanders (‘a land without landscape’) has influenced the work of Bureau Bas Smets. I’m a bit late to post these photos since the expo ended 3 weeks ago, but if you’re interested to find out more, you can find the program booklet here (only in dutch). Continue reading Like this:

6 Songs That Were Decades Ahead of 'Groundbreaking' Music Most great bands are considered revolutionary in some sense: You wouldn't expect anyone in the 60s to sound like Radiohead or Nine Inch Nails, just like you wouldn't expect anyone in the '30s to sound like The Beatles. That's why the songs on this list are so bizarre to listen to; they were so far ahead of the curve that their genres weren't even invented yet. In fact, we're going to say that only time travel can explain songs like ... Cromagnon -- Caledonia (or, Industrial Music in the 60s) Few things have scandalized more parents than the mainstream debut of Nine Inch Nails in the mid-1990s. "Is this what music has come to?"

Orange Peel Hanger by TourDeFork From @tourdefork, a collection of objects that aim to re-use kitchen waste. Inspired by traditional Italian customs where peel and other food waste is re-used in a completely new context. (Click the images below for full sized images) Orange Peel Hanger Above, the Orange Peel Hanger on which are placed leftover orange, mandarin or lemon peels on a steel skewer and hung over a warm radiator during the winter. "The zesty oils contained in the skins will evaporate and engulf the room with their fragrance. Brand Identity Blog, Creative Direction Blog – Gary Swindell, Aimizm — Gary Swindell is a Creative Director specializing in strategic brand identity. Working in the UK and Scandinavia helping clients deliver through Strategy, Design and Art Direction. Date Item There's a McQeenish vibe to these 'wearable' sculptures by Rien Vollenga.

Psychology & Sociology Great minds think alike Pinecone or pine nut? Friend or foe? Distinguishing between the two requires that we pay special attention to the telltale characteristics of each. And as it turns out, us humans... 'Ivory tower' bucking social media Ice cream Inspiration Search Results You should follow Designspiration on Twitter and Facebook for site news. — Shelby Designspiration Search Color Mediumsmalllarge Discover Ads via The Deck Condé Nast Entertainment is hiring a Product Design Lead in New York City HonestlyWTF My flight is booked and I’m off to Spain in September! It’s been nearly 14 years since I last visited so I’m beyond excited to return to some of my favorite places as well as explore ones I’ve been dying to experience. Case in point: Majorca. The idea of staying at Cap Rocat, a luxurious retreat which was once a 19th century Spanish fort, makes visiting this large Balearic Island that much more appealing. So much to see, such little time . . . if you have any recommendations, I’m all ears! Cotton bandanas and/or square silk scarves = the perfect transitional accessory.

Stripeyhorse Creative June 29th, 2012 We really like the new logo design for British Gymnastics. Using bright bold colourful graphics the swirls track the motion of a gymnast. There is also a video that accompanies the logo design, check it out on our facebook page. 5 outrageous astronomical goofs from great sci-fi movies Phil Plait is an astronomer and major sci-fi geek. He writes the Bad Astronomy Blog for Discover Magazine and is also the host of the Discovery Channel's science show "Phil Plait's Bad Universe." You can follow him on Twitter at @BadAstronomer. When I watch a sci-fi movie, it's no picnic inside my head.

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