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Cabin Fever

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By mightyquin · October 1, 2008 · 0 Comments ·
This is a beautiful, very minimal cabin designed by Belgian architects Robbrecht en Daem. It's pure simplicity and size makes it very doll house like while the black and white photgraphy does make it seem like something out of the blair witch project. Aside from that, I could quite happily sit on that deck waiting for a fish to bite and need nothing more in life.

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deathbowl to downtown

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By mightyquin · September 30, 2008 · 0 Comments ·

NYC's answer to the Dogtown doco on other pioneers in the sport art lifestyle of skateboarding. Looks interesting. link.

quite geddes

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By mightyquin · September 19, 2008 · 0 Comments ·

Australian artist Jeremy Geddes paints these highly realistic portrayals of various scenes, some quite ordinary with perhaps a kosmonaut dropped in or others more frightening. I do like the kosmonauts. link.

the sky in motion

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By mightyquin · September 19, 2008 · 0 Comments ·

The sky in motion is a video of hundreds of photographs edited to create a timelapse effect of scenic shots. Worth a look for the calming effect...it is like watching fire or water. link.

an eerie eye

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By mightyquin · September 10, 2008 · 0 Comments ·


Much of Sarah Wilmers images almost have the preternatural feeling of peering into a slightly more magical world. The lack of light in many of her images creates a real mystery and leads the viewer to tell their own story. link.

blowup bears

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By mightyquin · September 9, 2008 · 0 Comments ·
An inspired spot for the Enviromental Defense Fund:Polar Bears. Joshua Allen Harris has created these inflatable street sculptures which an agency has used for these EDF spots about global warming and the effect on Polar Bears. Forget global warming just wait until Sarah Palin sees them.

the krain delivers

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By mightyquin · September 8, 2008 · 0 Comments ·

I've always been a fan of photojournalism (even dabbled in the video version of it for a time myself.). The ability to take well crafted shots most often in a moments notice is a real talent. Most of the striking images we see are during dramatic scenes or the aftermath of a disaster which will always influence the potency however there are a special few who can really portray this with effect and Benjamin Krain is one of them. link.

underwater love

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By mightyquin · August 26, 2008 · 0 Comments ·

A stunning set of flowing imagery using underwater photography by Parisian Alix Malka. I believe they were for Japanese magazine, Numero Tokyo. Pure magic. link.

looks like a giant crawled past.

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By mightyquin · August 21, 2008 · 0 Comments ·

This is old but new to me. Dominic Wilcox is an an artist/ ideas man and looking through his site, he has some great ideas. Above is the sole of a pair of shoes he came up with, when you walk through the rain it leaves a finger print behind you.......Others are the glove that looks like a hand, The Orgasmatron 3000 and "Scratch" and "Rust" stickers to help stop your brand new bike getting stolen.
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super duper

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By mightyquin · August 21, 2008 · 0 Comments ·


Jonathan Saunders is a superb talent with a brilliant portfolio of design work. link.

stop motion love story

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By mightyquin · August 20, 2008 · 0 Comments ·

A SHORT LOVE STORY IN STOP MOTION from Carlos Lascano on Vimeo.

360 all the way music video

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By mightyquin · August 20, 2008 · 0 Comments ·
Check out this video using a 360 degree panoramic lens.
Cut Chemist - 1st Big Break from eyestorm on Vimeo.

thats where the cups have gone.

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By mightyquin · August 15, 2008 · 0 Comments ·

from the website you are beautiful a series of photos show casing an unintended interactive plastic cup using community conversation.
Click through each photo.

wraith rider

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By mightyquin · August 15, 2008 · 0 Comments ·

Just saw this unbelievable motorcycle in my friends Stuff magazine and just had to check it out. I love that it looks like some machine from a comic book or Batman film (Chris Nolan one obviously).

flashdance of the future

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By mightyquin · August 14, 2008 · 0 Comments ·

Bobba Fett action figure dancing his heart out to Flashdance.....Man that guy can move, considering all that metal plate armour.

sweet meridian

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By mightyquin · August 14, 2008 · 0 Comments ·

Meridian is a short film from Brian Bowman (Creative Director @ Digital Kitchen NY) and cinematographer Rod Lamborn. A mix of timelapse photography (wonderful) and a ethereal semi naked girl (strange) has been a mesmerizing start to my day. link.

the art of books (part 2)

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By mightyquin · August 13, 2008 · 0 Comments ·

The work involved in these books/ works of art by Noriko Ambe is incredible. They look weathered/ erroded way over time, revealing the different strata below.
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For more book art see here.

make your own animasher er rer

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By mightyquin · August 13, 2008 · 0 Comments ·

Yes I'm on about animation again. This time however it is in the form of brand spanking new do it yourself website Animasher. Most clips on the site appear quite basic, however I have had a good look through the library of images and the options when it comes to creating and I think there is some great potential there. link.

flash magazines

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By mightyquin · August 12, 2008 · 0 Comments ·

These online flash magazines at DQ Books are downright brilliant. A superb collaborative of graphic work and even a soundtrack as you peruse. link.

magic lens

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By mightyquin · August 11, 2008 · 0 Comments ·
This lens developed by adobe lets you move around, adjust depth of field and all in realtime in photoshop. Because it is made up of 19 smaller lenses when you take the shot you are recording the image from different angles and depths of field. check the video.

conclave obscurum

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By mightyquin · August 11, 2008 · 0 Comments ·

Although some of this portfolio left me feeling mildly unhinged I did still come across brilliant material. The short "cine" or flash films are challenging. The site is just brilliantly built and the sound design is quite melancholic and edgy throughout. This picture above doesn't but the majority of artwork reminds me of the game/movie Silent Hill.

lego covers

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By mightyquin · August 8, 2008 · 0 Comments ·

thetoyzone.com has this great compilation of album covers recreated with lego. They are nothing special but I'm posting for the quirkyness. link.

he shoots planes.

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By mightyquin · August 7, 2008 · 0 Comments ·

Jeffrey Milstein is a plane spotter with a camera and he takes beautiful photos as the aircraft fly overhead. Then he detaches them from their background leaving the odd mechanical beauty of things that really really shouldn't be able to fly......and yet I chose a picture of one of his helicopter photos to illustrate this post.....go figure.

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quasi 3d tv

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By mightyquin · August 7, 2008 · 0 Comments ·

3D HULGER PHONE MOVIE (BEST SEEN ON WWW.HULGER.TV) from Hulger on Vimeo.

a photographic intervention

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By mightyquin · August 7, 2008 · 0 Comments ·

The Image Fulgurator is like the opposite of a traditional camera. Loaded with exposed slide film it utilizes a flash to project an image on to whatever you point and shoot at. Also check out the video where he f*cks with tourists taking pictures at checkpoint charlie. link.