Friday, September 24, 2010

Drip. Bang.

 Photographer  Alexander Augusteijn takes some amazing high speed photos. It's like two Edgerton images had babies.

P.S. This one is also pretty awesome.

Via Dude Craft


 Crazy complex detail work by Motoi Yamamoto.
These installations are made entirely out of loose salt.


This is far more sentiment then I'm usually prone to, but I like this song.

I Learned Something New.

I was not aware of this usage.

Thanks to Valerie for teaching me something.

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Stereoscopic Baby Eating

        -If you don't click the image, your not getting the experience.
I found this a few months ago, but it keeps coming up in conversation.
Artist/Title unknown.

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

I Like the Way This Looks

I don't know anything about this, but I like the way the architecture looks, I like the urban density, and I like the closeness to the Sea.  It could be terrible, but it looks nice.

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

A Zorse of Course.

An image of a Zorse from a NYTimes article on Hybrids.  Looks like it should be a photoshop job, but it isn't.

Better Lucky than Not.

Near-Death survivals by Luck.  Ridiculously nail-biting.

Via BoingBoing

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Wild Things

Really Amazing Photography By unknown Artist.

Much Cooler But NSFW versions after the Jump

Tiny Architecture is Tiny. And Awesome.

If my life goes as planned (Currently filed as Plan#: 427) I'd like to live on a sail boat of the comfortable but not grossly huge size 30-50 ft (used) However, I like the idea of maintaining a small landlubber residence (ideally coastal with nearby dock) This style of home seems perfect, perhaps with an outbuilding with a studio setup. In any case despite my Packrat tendencies, I personally appreciate the benefits of modest sized well designed homes.

P.S. There's also a really cool video of the process of making one of these homes: link

Oh so Pleasant

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Working in the Woods

Spanish architecture firm SelgasCano has designed their own office in the middle of the forest.

Via Cousin Liz