Vincent Fournier shows us our exciting, future life with robots in his new series, The Man Machine. Paying tribute to the way science and technology are changing our lives, his photographs tell intriguing and foreshadowing stories. They show how our current developments in robotics will shape our future, making us believe that we'll be sharing this earth with… Continue
Stockholm-based Henrik Isaksson Garnell is more than just a photographer. The 23-year-old is a talented inventor, sculptor, and art visionary. Instead of taking photographs of ordinary items found in nature, he distorts them completely and creates entirely new life forms.
Garnell's work belongs in terrifying sci-fi movies. According to the the artist, he… Continue
Deadliest Catch is arguably the most captivating reality TV show of all time. If you've ever seen the series, you know that its name derives from the inherent high risk of injury or death the crews face due to the hazardous work environment and nature of the work itself.
Dave Sterling and his wife Stacy are huge fans of the… Continue
Having visited all seven continents on assignment for prestigious magazines such as National Geographic Traveler and Smithsonian, you could say that photographer Bob Krist knows a thing or two about travel photography. Like Steve McCurry, Krist takes incredible photos of faraway place, capturing a country's culture in a way that's completely original and unbelievably inspiring. Not only do you get to experience… Continue
Although it's unlikely to be an iPad killer, Samsung's "Galaxy Tab" could be Apple's first major threat.
Powered by the Android 2.2 OS, the Samsung Galaxy Tab features a 7-inch TFT-LCD display (1024 x 600), front (1.3 MP) and rear (3 MP) cameras, full HD video playback, and comes in 16GB and 32GB models. It's also got built-in 3G connectivity, Wi-Fi, and… Continue
Captain Sully Sullenberger would surely appreciate this LEGO reenactment of the succesful emergency landing that made him a national hero. Ken Osbon created “Miracle on the Hudson” for the upcoming BrickExpo 2010, which takes place on September 11-12 in Owensville, Ohio.
Using a slow shutter speed, photographer and physicist Kristian Cvecek captures incredible firefly trails like you've never seen. The fireflies appear like ghosts weaving their way through an enchanted forest. Though the fireflies' lights are created by a chemical reaction called bioluminescence, by taking these long exposure photos of them, they appear otherworldly,… Continue
To stir up some buzz about an upcoming town hall meeting, a team of students at Columbus College of Art & Design created this huge Super Mario mural. At 16 feet tall and 38 feet wide, it took 12 students eight days to create. As you can see, the wall is a great place to take silly photos...…
How perfect is this giant needle and button installation at the Fashion District Information Center in New York City? The site-specific work is located right next to the “Garment Worker” sculpture by Judith Weller.
Designer Yan Lu wants people to become more conscientious about wasting water. "Poor Little Fish Basin" consists of a traditional shaped fish bowl and a basin. As water is used, the water level in the bowl gradually falls, but fills back up once the water stops. It's all an illusion, though. Separated pipelines are used, so… Continue
If you look at the internet as if it was occupiable land, who would the major superpowers be? Created for Web 2.0 Summit, this map titled Points of Control, illustrates which companies have claimed their stake in specific territories, and which companies are trying to take a piece.
Nerds, rejoice! Olivia Munn is moving up in the world. Best known as the co-host of G4's Attack of the Show!, Munn will appear on NBC's Perfect Couples, and is the newest correspondent on The Daily Show. As you can tell by these sexy GQ shots, she's pretty excited about it.
Fernando Reza created this wonderful series of business cards as a tribute to the fictional companies that we know and love. Reza says Day Jobs "is full of bits of pop culture and nerdy easter eggs." How many cards do you recognize?
According to her website: "Anna-Wili Highfield is a Sydney based artist currently making sculptures of animals from torn paper and from copper pipe. The paper sculptures are created from archival cotton paper, that is painted, then torn and sewn together, to create the figure of an… Continue
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It's always intriguing when older people talk about their past. They give us a first-hand account of what life was like decades ago, when many of us weren't even born yet. This moving video features a 90-year-old man, as he recounts a remarkable experience he had in… Continue
I'm in love with the raw, urban vibe of this video... Thomas Noesner was strolling through the busting streets of New York City when he spotted a drummer in the subway station. He got the idea of creating a remix of the recorded drum sequence to use as a soundtrack for a film. That´s when sound designer Toussaint came into play. Together they composed a track around the drum beat of the… Continue
Australian videographer Matt Allard takes us on an incredible journey through Japan's storied past, giving us an intimate look inside the world of Japan's last Samurai and a modern day Geisha. Al Jazeera's Steve Chao reports.
Samurai movies made Japanese cinema famous worldwide. In the 1950s, films such as the Seven Samurai by Akiro Kurosawa were extremely popular both in Japan and abroad. But waning interest is now leaving many of Japan's silver screen swordsmen… Continue
Added by Eugene on September 3, 2010 at 12:00pm —