A video by Colone's Paul Steinmann and David Eckes...
... and the fitting installation by Bern's Zimoun.
Totem, by British illustrator Sophie Alda.
Dali Atomicus (1948) by Halsman in an unretouched version, showing the devices which held up the various props and missing the painting in the frame on the easel.
Some fantastic shots by American photographer Philippe Halsman at the ever great But Does It Float.
Arte started to do some great interactive documentaries. There is Planet Galata, about a bridge in Istanbul. Also, Prison Vally – a great documentary about Cañon City, Colorado.
And the video for the weekend is a talk by book author Matt Ridley, arguing that the engine of human progress has been the meeting and mating of ideas to make new ideas. It's not important how clever individuals are, he says; what really matters is how smart the collective brain is.
The colorful portfolio of Paris based illustrator Antoine Corbineau.
How beautiful. An apple in zero gravity. From here.
There is not much one not knowing the Russian language can find out about Bednij, but his photo collages are beautiful.
This guy is dope. Jeremy Mayer builds robots from disassembled typewriters.
Founded in 2007, Ill-Studio is a multidisciplinary studio based in Paris and headed by Léonard Vernhet and Thomas Subreville.
There is always something beautiful about scientists analyzing highly emotional events, like this "state of the art" simulation of the events on September 11, 2001.