If you're headed to Tokyo, Japan, make sure to drop by The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation (Miraikan) to see some state-of-the-art science and technology. Around the middle of last year, the museum unveiled the world's first large-scale spherical OLED screen, measuring over 19 feet in diameter. Called Geo-Cosmos, this isn't any ordinary globe. It shows near real-time displays…
In this timeless series, beautiful model Alina poses nude with designer watches superimposed over her silhouette. Numéro China commissioned photographer Charles Guo and stylist Shao Jia for the June issue, which features luxury brands Rolex, Dior, Louis Vuitton and Chanel.
Challenging us to think about the way we view time, Pep Ventosa creates photo collages of famous cities around the world that resemble surreal paintings. By assembling dozens to several hundred separate photographs together, he turns life's moments into puzzle pieces. It's as if he reconstructs a whole new reality.
As his website states, "His work is focused on an exploration of the… Continue
Like Germany-based photographer Jakob Wagner, Vienna, Austria-based Oliver Wutscher knows how to make a city come alive! Growing up in a small town, Wutscher was always fascinated by life in the big city - mile-high skyscrapers, crowded places, neon lights and rushing cars. What better place to capture this than New… Continue
This is a cool project by photographer Michael Wesley entitled Open Shutter Projekt was created from exposures over a three year period from 2001-2004. It shows the changes that have taken place in New York and Berlin over that time. Via Who Designed It?…
Artist Peter Root latest work is ‘Ephemicropolis’, a metropolis made completely from stacks of metal staples. the piece consists of over 100,000 staples that were assembled over a time period of 40 hours.
Day after day we scour the web, looking for stories about how people have taken something ordinary and turned it into something extraordinary. These can be everyone from professional photographers like Tim Walker or… Continue
Feeling a bit nostalgic are we? As the year slowly comes to an end, Time take a look back at 2009 with 50 wide-ranging top 10 lists. Remember the highs and lows with The Top 10 Everything of 2009. Man, what a ridiculously crazy…
Since most of us only got to see pictures of China's elaborate parade (thanks, Boston Globe!), here's a very cool timelapse video from Dan Chung that will make us feel like we were right in Tiananmen Square. Dan Chung worked his magic for us, giving us a beautiful, amazing and artistic look at this incredible event.
Forget having to look at the two hands on and decipher the time. If you prefer to read, check out Biergert & Funk's QLOCKTWO. Sure it'll cost you an arm and a leg (about $1600) but how cool would it be to hang this in your house? Ok, yes, standard digital clocks work fine but this almost feels like your… Continue
Added by alice on August 22, 2009 at 7:30am —
I know our site was "Obamafied" yesterday so I promise last past on our President for now. When CNN came out with the idea to put their headlines on t-shirts my gut reaction was "meh." And truth be told most of their headlines really do not belong on shirts. I mean really:
"What will Mrs. Obama Wear to the Balls?" - Who the heck cares? Ok we do but we'll… Continue
Added by alice on January 21, 2009 at 9:00am —
Ashes of Time Redux
Celebrated director Wong Kar-Wai revisits his 1994 film Ashes of Time, the Hong Kong filmmaker's only entry into the martial arts genre. Based on the novel by Louis Cha, this film follows a lone swordsman (Leslie Cheung) as time passes. Ashes of Time Redux also stars Tony Leung… Continue
Added by Eugene on October 9, 2008 at 9:46am —