Main title from Star Wars played on a 5/80 Sanfilippo Wurlitzer theatre pipe organ, played by Jelani Eddington. It is not only great to hear, but it is quite a treat to watch Eddington move his hands skillfully on a pipe organ.
After an eruption of Mount Etna last year, Sicilian duo Simone Farresin and Andrea Trimarchi of Formafantasma decided to experiment with the cooled lava and the shapes it could be molded into. Terming Mount Etna as a “mine without miners – it is excavating itself to expose its raw materials,” the duo collected the cooled lava as solidified dark grey basalt rock.
Colorado based artists Hari & Deepti are both well trained and remarkable artists working as graphic designers and artists for different corporations in their day jobs. For their time together, the couple collaborate on these paper cut shadow boxes, some of which we see here.
Slow Life is a beautiful look in macrophotography at the growth of marine life like coral and sponges. Created by University of Queensland PhD student Daniel Stoupin, the video was made using more than 150,000 photographs. The photographs were initially captured to study various elements of coral and sponge behavior, and after some months the photographer realized the images could be used to show the beauty of microscopic reef “landscapes.”
It is well documented that function and ease of use can very well take a backseat on account of badassery. Now the Katana Hilt iPhone Holder might not be the easiest to use products around; but dammit you get to carry the phone around like a katana. That is so totally badass. The idea is currently only a concept from Japanese designer Kengo Maeda for GOES Inc. Well if the Banana iPhone case can exist, we see no problem with the Katana making its appearance.
Combining the passion of a Rolleiflex Camera with coffee shop business, The Dreamy Camera cafe on the outskirts of Seoul, South Korea, makes a solid impression. The camera connection does not simply stop at the shape, the interiors of the coffee shop include a small museum for cameras.
Harry Potter movies are complete, but that of course does not mean that spinoffs cannot be made. The wizarding world, it seems, will see a return to the screen with a new trilogy based off J.K. Rowling’s book Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. It is being reported that the book will be adopted into a film trilogy.
Action heroes gearing up for battle. You know what follows.