Archive for April, 2012
The Boundaries of Life and Death
“The Boundaries which divide life from death are at best shadowy and vague. Who shall say where the one ends, and where the other begins?” – Edgar Allan Poe
The shortfilm, based on Edgar Allan Poes quotation, is the result of Saskia Kretzschmann
where emotions are located
250 People were asked to draw where different emotions come from. This is the compilation of their drawings.
Globetrotter New York City: Jeff Staple
“NYC doesn’t need you. It can spit you out & another person can come in & fill ur spot.” – jeff Staple
Google‘s Doodle today pays homage to Swedish electrical engineer turned “zipper” inventor Gideon Sundback.
MADE: FUTURE SELF – Invitation Video
FUTURE SELF is a interdisciplinary work of art that studies human movement and interactions, the Max Richter-scored piece is meant to reveal notions about identity that have arisen from the study. If your in germany you have to check out the live show.
Long Story Short Typography
Very Old School
Nomad Skateboards takes it back about a hundred years in this aptly titled “Very Old School” video. This was done to promote an upcoming collectible cruiser board.
God of War: Ascension
to bad we have to wait till december to play this.
5th Ave Frogger
5th Ave Frogger is a hacked version of the classic video game Frogger that captures the positions of cars on 5th Avenue in New York City and maps them into the game in real-time (video). The game was developed by art director Tyler DeAngelo. He recently set up the game by 5th Avenue so pedestrians could give it a try.