So maybe you’re not a professional photographer, however if you share the same love for capturing moments with a camera but lack the skills to find the right angle, then this camera might be just for you. The new digital camera by Art Lebedev Fleksimus allows you to take pictures around corners and other difficult angles, thanks to its flexible tube . [ Continue Reading ]
Jordan Clarke is a Vancouver based artist currently specializing in motion design and video production. There isn’t a lot of biographical information out there on this guy, but you can see his videos on vimeo or on his personal website. His videos are well worth the time, I recommend you take a look starting with his human movement sequences.
These stunning images are the creation of one Brad Schwede; a motion graphics designer from the oh-so-creative land Down Under. He combines his skill as a designer and the influence of street graffiti to make images that are both surreal and flat out awesome. Graffiti Technica, a technology based [ Continue Reading ]
Have you ever dreamt of driving a car that is only one of 500 in the entire World?
How about one that is hand built by a team of skilled craftsmen? Or even one that’s V10 engine is hand assembled by a single engineer, that bears his own signature and has it’s own special placard showing it’s sequence number among the 500 units to be built? [ Continue Reading ]
A good Halloween costume should be many things: Unique, creative, personal and, what the hell, we’ll give extra points for scary. Canadian 3d artist Eric Testroete hit every criteria when he decided he’d go out as a big-headed version of himself. Anyone who played Nintendo 64 can tell Testorete was inspired by “big head mode” (which, without fail, makes me want to play Goldeneye), but the day I get passed on the street by some dead-eyed pixelated cranial monstrosity? Those, my friends, are the End Times. [ Continue Reading ]
A projector ring and a talking ring? Sounds like something one might have found in a box of Cracker Jack back in the forties. But no! Luke Jerram created these quite recently. For his wedding and engagement, in fact.