Tuesday, April 22, 2014

heressomeawesome:

Tokyo Reverse

“Tokyo Reverse” is nine hours of live music set to a man walking backwards in Tokyo. The footage was reversed so it looks like everyone else is walking backwards instead. Obviously, way cooler. Tokyo is such a foreign city in design and culture that seeing this way only adds to the beauty and alienation. It’s really quite mesmerising.

Watch and listen!

Sunday, April 20, 2014
Man is a combination of chemical equivalents the value of which is said to be about twenty-six dollars, with the exception, of course, of that stupendous power called the human mind. Napoleon Hill, 1944
Saturday, April 19, 2014

(Source: ckwh)

Friday, April 18, 2014

alexkwisner:

all i want to do is make beautiful art but also i’d like to be able to move things with my eyes.

Let the beauty of what you love be what you do. Rumi (1207-1273, Persian)
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
artchipel:

Bault | on Tumblr - Untitled. Acrylic on wood (2014)
[Art Writer’s Wednesday with Artchipel]
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
talkin bout that cow dung burnin

talkin bout that cow dung burnin

Sunday, April 13, 2014
humansofnewyork:

His owner told me that according to a Native American myth, dogs with different colored eyes can see both heaven and earth.

humansofnewyork:

His owner told me that according to a Native American myth, dogs with different colored eyes can see both heaven and earth.

Wednesday, April 9, 2014
Tuesday, April 8, 2014
architectural-review:

Central California History Museum by Perry KulperLongitudinal SectionMaterials: mylar, graphite, found imagery, transfer letters + transfer film, cut paper

architectural-review:

Central California History Museum by Perry Kulper
Longitudinal Section

Materials: mylar, graphite, found imagery, transfer letters + transfer film, cut paper

artchipel:

Klaus Leidorf - Remember Summertime, Riemer See Lake, Germany (2013)

artchipel:

Klaus Leidorf - Remember Summertime, Riemer See Lake, Germany (2013)

artchipel:

Klaus Leidorf (Germany) - Aerial Photography

German photographer Klaus Leidorf is an aerial archaeologist who likes to observe the human artifacts from a bird’s eye view. Perched at the window of his Cessna 172, he crisscrosses the skies above Germany, capturing images of farms, cities, industrial sites, and whatever else he discovers along his flight path. Since the late 1980s Leidorf has shot thousands upon thousands of aerial photographs and currently relies on the image-stabilization technology in his Canon EOS 5D Mark III which is able to capture the detail of single tennis ball as it flies across a court. Collectively the photos present a fascinating study of landscapes transformed by the hands of people - sometimes beautiful, sometimes frightening. (src. Colossal)

© All images courtesy the artist

[more Klaus Leidorf | artist found at Colossal]

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

(Source: vh1)