French man Philippe Baudelocque does these lovely wall paintings.
Apple is the old Microsoft and Microsoft is the new Apple.
The Infinite Library is an ongoing project by Daniel Gustav Cramer and Haris Epaminonda. It is primarily an expanding archive of books, each created out of pages of one or more found books and bound anew.
195 Yachts, Cargo Ships, Tankers, Barges, Riverboats, Hospital Ships, Cruise Lines, Ferries, Military Ships, and Motorboats.
This is an image from Jenny Odell's project called Travel by Approximation, a virtual road trip that took place in the internet.
Via Creative Review.
Marcin Ignac created these beautiful creatures entirely in code. Have a look at this video as well. Via Creative Applications
The talented Luke Ramsey has a new website: www.lukeramseystudio.com
In case you haven't seen it yet: This is Oops by Chris Beckman. The take at 04:17 is amazing.
Head of a five day old zebrafish, photographed by Hideo Otsuna.
Japanese Nikon has a beautiful collection of micro-scale photographs: www.nikonsmallworld.com
The Photograph Commands Indifference, by Nicholas Muellner.
Motto Distribution is a stockist for Switzerland and Germany that has all these hip and smart publications for a fair price.
The robotic curtain of Berlin's Niklas Roy protects him from nosy pedestrians while not blocking light and view.
Love it when people do simple Photoshop work for real. Like Sweden's design and advertising agency Ritator for this exhibition catalogue.
Brilliant guide by George Egg how to cook your own meal in the times of being away from your own kitchen.
Like this a lot, the new song by London's James Blake.
A video illustrating a typical practical magnification range of a scanning electron microscope designed for biological specimens. The video starts at 25x, about 6 mm across the whole field of view, and zooms in to 12000x, about 12 μm across the whole field of view. The spherical objects are glass beads with a diameter of 10 μm, similar in diameter to a red blood cell.
Some amazing old advertisings and posters from the good old Swissair times: www.sr692.com
Very often, people refer to ants system as a role model of society. But here is the proof, they do the very same stupid stuff we do: the infamous ant death spiral:
It's a circular mill, first described in Army Ants by Schneirla (1944). A circle of army ants, each one following the ant in front, becomes locked into a circular mill. They will continue to circle each other until they all die.
Via The Ant Room.
He who controls the present, controls the past. He who controls the past, controls the future. – George Orwell
Photo series about Egyptian war museum by UK photographer Jason Larkin: The museum, an institution to preserve and interpret the material evidence of the human race, has a long history, springing from an innate human desire to collect and interpret the world around us. By deciding how the past is presented and memorialized, museums not only preserve the past, they also play an important role in the construction of our ideologies, identities and the understanding and interpretation of ourselves.
Like the arts of Berlin based Illustrator Olaf Hajek.