Design, art, style, culture, food and brilliant stupidity.
An ongoing series started in 2006 by artist/photographer Chris Jordan. Cans Seurat, 2007 60×92″ Depicts 106,000 aluminum cans, the number used in the US every thirty seconds. Plastic Bottles, 2007 … Continue reading
In the UK we each use around 150 litres of water per day. But this is only part of the picture. When you consider the water required to produce all … Continue reading
We look from the Milky Way into the universe beyond. Life and time are enriched by science and technology. The pearl of our night sky welcomes Earthlings to reflect on … Continue reading
We all depend on energy, but how much do you know about it? Click on images and take the quiz to find out…
A journey across the stars and heavens through antiquated astronomical diagrams. “I unearthed some dusty old scientific textbooks in my father’s attic, and immediately became inspired by the delicately rendered … Continue reading
Desert cake Snow cake Forest cake by Daniel Djarmati
At Camira they know exacty where the wool comes from… by Danojari
As a wildlife photographer, Art Wolfe of course takes pictures of animals. But not just any pictures. He finds and captures scenes that include animals so at home in their environment that … Continue reading
This video will blow your mind, it’s an artistic perception of mans history and future if we continue as we are. Only you can change it.
Seed Money looks like the real thing – pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters – but is far more valuable. Use it to solicit surprise and smiles from friends and strangers … Continue reading
CLOUD is a large-scale interactive installation by Caitlind r.c. Brown for Nuit Blanche Calgary. Created from steel, metal pull-strings, and 5,000+ light bulbs (both illuminated and burnt out) CLOUD asks … Continue reading
The Remains of The Games is an autonomous trading division dedicated to the disposal of the fixtures, fittings and specific assets from the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. All … Continue reading
An illustrated introduction to The Antidote: Happiness for People Who Can’t Stand Positive Thinking. by Oliver Burkeman
Vulture in a Safari hat Dodo in Mad Hat Cardinal in a Footbal hat
A documentary by Giora Kariv about the making of the first bicycle made entirely of durable recycled cardboard. More info about the project here.
The miraculous journey of infant sea turtles as these tiny animals run the gauntlet of predators and harsh conditions. Then, in numbers, see how human behavior has made their … Continue reading
Ever wondered what happens when you send an email? Take a journey with Gmail and find out. Along the way, discover our data centers through videos, photos and more. It … Continue reading
Knäppa, designed by Jesper Kouthoofd, is an eco-friendly digital camera made almost entirely from cardboard. It runs on two AA batteries, and connects to a computer with help of a swing-out USB connector. … Continue reading
Thanks to Marco connections, Meg got the chance to write an article for WIRED.it. She suggests 10 places you can visit and live. Some apricot-juice pictures are featured on the … Continue reading
“After you go to the bathroom, chances are you flush your waste. But globally, not all waste gets flushed.”