Kevin Burg and Jamie Beck have quite a name in creating cinemagraphs. For their latest series Seeing “New York – through my Giorgio Armani lenses” they present different views of the city of New York. The scenes on New York make the cinemagraph with the Girgio Armani lenses taking prominent position in the images.
This reminds me of the old joke. What did one fish in a tank say to the other? How do we drive this thing?
Well that might exactly be what fish in the ‘Fish on Wheels’ might be talking about. When the fish in this tank moves, a top mounted webcam captures its movement and relays it to the arduino controlled carriage that drives in the direction of the fish’s movements. We’re guessing it would be quite some fun to see the direction the fish takes when left in the open.
Map of the Internet by Jay Jason Simons presents a very vivid world imagined to originate from the world wide web. It is remarkable considering the sheer amount of imagination and hardwork that would have gone into creating this map. The main map was illustrated using popular web trends, technologies in use, Alexa rankings, and other metrics.
Wonderful Pixar themed Nike shoe designs by Rachael Loraine. As wisdom says, all good things in life are illegal, married, or just concepts. These belong to the last category.
Making good use of his daily commute, artist October Jones keeps himself occupied by drawing small doodles that transform his co-passengers.
The horse head mask has been quite popular for a while, but lets face it, the effect can never be complete if the wearer does not have hooves to match. Well, that can be easily taken care of now, and the human horse can rise in glory. Costs $35.
This t-shirt has a print of Marty McFly’s costume from the Back to the Future movie. And as far as the image shows, it seems to have been done pretty well. Available on Amazon.
Years have passed and Popeye is now an old sailor. While the image you see here has been around for a while, the artist has now crafted it into a sculpture with 3D printing. Everything on the sculpture was printed except the collar and the pipe stem.
Your dose of coffee is important, let it reflect its importance with the prescription coffee mug. Costs $10.
Beer is important, so is someone’s ability to purchase one. Although it is not a global constant, it makes for a pretty interesting image anyway. The folks over at Quartz have created a global index consisting of the average price of draft beer in several countries, and the hours a minimum wage worker would have to put in to be able to afford beer.