In the mesmerizing stop-motion animation “Verschleif,” a block of wood, a camera, an animal skull, and other objects are slowly ground away, revealing the fascinating interiors of the objects. Artist Laurin Döpfner created the film by painstakingly grinding the objects with an industrial sanding machine, half a millimeter at a time, and photographing after each layer was removed.
De laatste tijd is er mede door de opkomst van verschillende wearables, beacons en nieuwe smartphone features een buzz ontstaan rondom context-awareness. Maar wat is context-awareness eigenlijk en hoe kunnen ontwerpers het succesvol toepassen?
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Throne - Tharsis Sleeps
This stopmotion music video made by Nicos Livesey is entirely made out of embroided pieces of denim. It probably took a shit load of effort but the result speaks for itself.
Tomorrow. Come destroy everyone and everything that you hold dear.
During the 1950’s, with vinyl scare, Russians began recording rock n’ roll, jazz, and boogie woogie on used x-rays that they gathered from hospitals and doctors offices. They would cut a crude circle out with manicure scissors, using a cigarette to burn a hole.
The hidden beauty of airport runways (via: http://www.wired.com/2014/05/the-hidden-beauty-of-airport-runways-and-how-to-decipher-them/)
Onion MRI scan - http://insideinsides.blogspot.nl
Bartholomäus Traubeck - Years
What would it sound like if you played a tree trunk on a turntable? Read the full article at aux.tv