If you have ever experienced a moment of déjà vu, you may have been one of the subjects in photographer John Clang’s intriguing series Time. In this project, Clang photographs pedestrian traffic along the city streets of New York at various times. He then deconstructs the fluidity of the crowds by tearing multiple…
Here is the End of All Things (Thistle seeds, bluebottles, a taxidermy barn owl, nylon, lead, acrylic)
London-based artist Claire Morgan has already had quite the busy 2011. Using her trademark suspension style, she creates a great deal of energy around these… Continue
Intel asked us to present to you some of our top tech tools that can save you time and money. Though we're all about art, design and photography here, we're also all about anything that gives us more time to do the things we love. Check it out at… Continue
Added by alice on November 18, 2010 at 4:30pm —
Rip Curl recently collaborated with Timeslice Films to create a surf video that's out of this world! Shot over two days on Malaysia's Sunway Lagoon Wavepool, the video features the world's four best surfers, Mick Fanning, Stephanie Gilmore, Owen Wright and Matt Wilkinson, as they show off their sick skills in front of 52 different DSLR cameras. The freeze action is called bullet-time.
As Ripcurl explains, "The revolutionary campaign captures surfing in a way… Continue
The Gregor 2011 Scarf Calendar is made for people who are sick of technology and have a cat-like obsession with string. Simply fix the knitted calendar on your wall and tug the loose thread to watch the days disappear. The growing clump of yarn on the floor is a sentimental representation of the passing year, and a visual reminder that time is fleeting.…
"Japanese designer Ryohei Yoshiyuki creates “a small window on one’s arm”, man’s original clock, ‘Time of the Sky’. To create this innovative time piece, Ryohei collaberated with media artist Tomoya Kahimada and programmed the watch so that it displays different colors of the sky every few seconds, therefore referring to changes in the real sky.… Continue
Stéphane Massa-Bidal, the illustrator who cleverly showed us what our favorite websites look like as book covers, is back with some new work. This one, titled Time Machine Evolution, shows us just how those words have taken on different meaning over the years.…
Over the last year, we've seen quite a few great time lapse videos shot in Japan. Here's another great one by Brad Kremer. The title of the piece is "Hayaku," which translates to "Hurry Up" in English.
"Japan is one of the most beautiful countries in the world," says Kremer. "This is my Japan. This is one of the many reasons why I love Japan. I shot this in many locations around Japan in the summer of 2009. Some of the location include Tokyo, Matsuyama,… Continue
Trey Ratcliff, the most prominent HDR photographer of the past decade, compiled some of his favorite works from Japan and put together this amazing video titled "Japan - Heartbeats of Time."
"I spend a lot of time thinking about the way memory and sight work together," said Ratcliff. " I don't think we remember in 'pictures' or long videos... but something in between. Perhaps we also sense, at times, more than 30 fps, and unexpected parts of the brain fire when we… Continue
For a little inspiration today, check out Time's World's Most Influential People list. From heroes to leaders to artist and thinkers, Time's list includes people we've talked about right here on theMET like Banksy, Kim Yu-Na, and Zaha Hadid. The coolest thing about this… Continue
These amazing pieces by street artist Adres remind me of why I love street art so much. Hailing from Lisbon, Portugal, Adres uses both stencil and paint to create these clever works based on childhood themes.…
What would celebrities look like if they lived in different time periods? Hundreds of highly talented photoshoppers from around the globe submitted their entry into Worth1000's "Celebrity Time Travel" competition. Here are some of my favorite pieces.
TimeBomb is the brainchild of digital artist Lukasz Karluk (Holler) and Sydney sculptor/painter Maddi Boyd (KissKiss). Merging interactive programming and traditional wild-style graffiti painting (“bombing”), Time Bomb allows the audience to unlock the secret history behind a graffiti wall.
Over four days nine urban artists contributed to the TimeBomb piece: DMOTE, Ben Frost, Kid Zoom, Numskull, Roach, Creon, John Doe, Bennett and KissKiss. Painting layers… Continue
Added by Eugene on May 27, 2009 at 8:54am —
Major riots in the streets of Athens occurred after the shooting of a teenage boy by riot police over the weekend. A massive student protest against proposed government reforms of state universities turned ugly after a police officer opened fire after youths threw objects at his car. Two police officers have been arrested in connection with the Andreas Grigoropoulos' death. The Greek Prime Minister, Costas Karamanlis, has expressed his sympathy to the boy's parents, and said his government…
Back in the day I would only hear about pirates if I being read a story or visiting Disneyland. Now, it seems like pirates and their ransom stories are in the news everyday. According to TIME, this year, over 80 ships have been attacked by Somali pirates. They have, by one estimate, collected somewhere in the range $18 million to $30 million in ransom.