Mark Bern received his first Commodore 64 at the age of 14. The 8-bit world it presented fascinated the (then) nascent artist. His fascination with pixel art continued, and eventually resulted in Mark creating digital pixel art – something he has been doing for the past 20 years.
It’s about time for another dip into the magical realm with Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. That’s one sweet suitcase though, and makes you wonder if there’s a wizard smuggling ring. A Breaking Bad – Harry Potter mashup might be in order.
The movie will be in theaters in November this year.
Music is good. Music in zero gravity is better. Checkout the new music video by Chicago based band OK Go, where they fly into zero gravity to create a very colorful and very fun video. The zero gravity shoot was made possible by their use of parabolic flight – the same technique used by space agencies for training astronauts.
3D Printing enthusiast Jwall designed this awesome cat armor, which by all means, should be standard issue for your cat. Jwall designed this armor for his Kitty Bobo and has now made the design available for a free download.
Children can come up with some very weird-awesome ideas. Those ideas do make amazing toys, but inventions are a totally different game. British designer and inventor Dominic Wilcox started the Inventors! project to convert ideas of children into real products.
Batman’s looking pretty good in this one. Well, we probably shouldn’t complain, but the number of trailers is too damn high.
Simone Giertz sees herself as a robotics enthusiast, non-engineer and expert in crummy robots. We’ll say she has earned those credentials with the machines she works with. The present scenario is a uArm robot armed with a lipstick.
In this very interesting mashup, Los Angeles based artist Andrew Tarusov brings the worlds of Disney and Tim Burton closer. The series presents illustrations as posters of famous Disney movies – with the added twist of being directed by Tim Burton. It’s quite an ambiance, and makes for a lovely visual experience.
Banksy’s art has made waves, and for good reason. It would be difficult (not to mention crazy expensive) to get hold of one of the original pieces, but that doesn’t mean copies aren’t possible! UK store Binary Box is selling a series of wall stickers inspired by the work of the famous street artist. Take a look.