Let's hope this initiative changes things for the better even if it is less than ideal.
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Clever Projected Animations of a Tiny Chef Cooking Meals Atop Actual Tab...
The folks over at Skullmapping created this fun series of animation projections that portray a miniature chef (Le Petit Chef) laboring to co
Bridging SF and Oakland by Bike - San Francisco Bicycle Coalition
You can bring your bike on BART, on the ferry or on AC Transit, but there's nothing quite like making the journey between San Francisco and
Harvard’s Colorful Library Filled With 2,500 Pigments Collected from Aro...
The Straus Center for Conservation and Technical Studies at Harvard Art Museums is different than many other departments of its kind—its vis
Wood Blocks Carved and Painted into Glimmering Gemlike Objects by Victor...
Artist Victoria Wagner works with large pieces of reclaimed wood sliced into geometric forms and painted to resemble large gemstones. Titled
Fantastical Paintings of Animals Within Post-Apocalyptic Environments by...
Martin Wittfooth transposes the temperament we typically associate with large animals to those much smaller, painting foxes and birds as the
Functional Shelves and Tables Built From Fallen South American Trees
Artist and designer Sebastian Errazuriz allows natural form to dictate his furniture design, building shelves and tables that conform to the
A Picturesque Mountaintop Skywalk in the Czech Republic with a 330 Foot ...
Extended over a cliff nearly 3,600 feet above sea level rests the Dolni Morava Sky Walk, a looping structure that allows visitors the opport
A Photographic Celebration of America's Vibrant Textile Industry by Chri...
Typically focusing on obsolete or decrepit architectural structures, photographer Chris Payne's most recent project, Textiles, documents the
Double Exposure Photographs of Tokyo by Rie Miyoshi
Perhaps what makes Tokyo so photogenic is its sprawling, cellular and fast-paced moments that are practically begging to be frozen in time.
Interactive Seesaws on the Streets of Montreal Emit Light and Musical Ha...
Image © Ulysse Lemerise Currently on view at the Place Des Festivals in Montreal, Impulse is a new public art installation comprised of 30 c
This Guy Built His Own Automatic Film Processor, The Filmomat
This is incredible: German photographer Lukas Fritz wanted an easier way to process his film at home, so he spent a year creating the Filmom
Kartograph – Drawing new geographic data over the infrastructure of old
Created by Quadrature, Kartograph is a drawing machine that updates old maps by drawing new geographic data over the infrastructure of old t
Brandalism: 82 Artists Install 600 Fake Ads Across Paris to Protest the ...
Just days before the start of the UN COP21 Climate Conference held in Paris and during the French state of emergency following terrorist att
Former NASA official: NASA must shed “socialist” approach to space explo...
Lori Garver says that the agency is wary of SpaceX’s deep space ambitions.
A Giant LED Star Pierces the Floors of a 4-Story Building in Malaysia
Malaysian artist Jun Hao Ong constructed this bright LED star that appears to shoot through the floors and ceilings of a 4-story concrete bu
Clever Half-and-Half Photos by a Couple on Opposite Sides of the World
Seok Li and Danbi Shin are an couple who create art together as Shinliart. A while back, their relationship turned into a long-distance one:
New Nail Sculptures by John Bisbee That Twist Across Floors and Walls
John Bisbee (previously) has worked with nails as a sculptural medium since he accidentally toppled a bucket of them years ago and was aston