Monthly Archives: January 2019

Frankie and the Flowers — bweega animation

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Head Instructor: A New Glass Sculpture by Thomas Medicus Analyzes the Human Mind Through Four Anamorphic Images

Thomas Medicus (previously) is a master of illusion. The Austria-based artist builds boxes from segments of laser-cut acrylic glass which present a different image depending on which angle you view the rotating sculpture. In his most recent work, Head Instructor, concept follows form. … Continue reading

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Olodum batuque bom

Andréia Rabello Published on 15 Jun 2014 Este vídeo foi feito na época da Copa do Mundo de 2014, estava acontecendo uma transmissão ao vivo para a SPORT TV. Eu tive o privilégio de registrar este momento mágico, O Grupo … Continue reading

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Sunlight Casts Shadows of Phrases Exploring Theories of Time in a Street Art Installation by DAKU

Pseudonymous Indian street artist DAKU recently installed an immersive text-based work in Panjim, Goa. Placed along 31st January Road, a fishnet structure suspends letters above pedestrians. The region’s abundant sunlight pours through to cast shadows on the street, spelling out tropes about … Continue reading

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Sketchbook Vol. 1 Provides an Intimate Look into the Minds of Fourteen Contemporary Artists

Dina Brodsky (previously) started keeping a sketchbook at the age of 18, when most of her content was a collection of scattered thoughts and scribbles. Today, the artist and curator has transformed this practice into wildly detailed pages that combine architectural … Continue reading

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Intimate Portraits of Centenarians Reveal the Beauty of Aging Bodies

Their creases are symbols of a long life lived, and these photos celebrate that. Source: Intimate Portraits of Centenarians Reveal the Beauty of Aging Bodies

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A Letter From Brazil Just After the 2018 Presidential Election — The Mindful Bard

Back in early November a friend from Brazil wrote: “This is an outburst of a Brazilian friend who is struggling to one day see his country free from fascism.” via A Letter From Brazil Just After the 2018 Presidential Election — … Continue reading

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Mystical: Photos by Neil Burnell

Eerie and fairytale-like photos of Wistman’s Wood in Dartmoor, Devon, England captured by British photographer Neil Burnell. The wood has been the inspiration for numerous artists, poets, photographers, and writers often describing the location as haunted due to its tangled web of trees, … Continue reading

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How We Can Reimagine Coding as Public Spaces | Marie-Claire Shanahan & Pratim Sengupta | TEDxCalgary

What does it mean to design technologies as public worlds? Or, what does it mean to say that scientific knowledge and practice belongs to everyone? Dr. Marie-Claire Shanahan and Dr. Pratim Sengupta delve into the ways in which we can … Continue reading

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Circular economy and serendipity | Robin Teigland | TEDxPeniche

PT | A Robin, é uma faz-tudo – mãe de cinco filhos, Professora de Administração de Empresas e Gestão de Digitalização em Gotemburgo, na Suécia e Co-directora do centro de Estratégia e Competitividade que, recentemente, escolheu Peniche como porto para … Continue reading

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