Saturday, March 27, 2010

Antique Typewriters

"Incarnation" by Mark Ryden

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This one is very Daliesque IMHO

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@. Oil-canvas. 70 x 70 cms. 2005

The return. Oil-canvas. 120 x 125 cms. 2006

Imaginary Foundation

Light Ripples, an interactive audio/visual installation, made its debut at the 2010 Maitreya Festival in Melbourne, AU. With the use of custom-designed software, a pool of mesmerizing liquid illuminations is created by eight floating balls that act as inputs. Music and visuals are created from the interplay between the user, the balls and virtual objects.

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Imaginary Foundation

Amazing CGI and Math + Nature

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Imaginary Foundation

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Coon Rapids Dam Spring in High Def 2010

Video taken during spring ice melt of March 2010, creating very rapid waters. To me the sound of the water is hypnotic. Video shot by Bitangel http://www.youtube.com/user/bitangel

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Botswana Guitar Player with a Strange Style

If you've never seen anyone handle their instrument like Charlie Patton might have, this musician from Botswana is incredible--I think I can safely say I've never really seen anyone play a guitar before:

Youtube user Bokete7, (who shot the video), told me he is: "Ronnie Moipolai from Kopong village in the Kweneng district 50 km west of the capitol Gaborone. He is 29 years old and goes around the shebeens selling and playing his songs for 5Pula each (80dollarcents). He learned guitar from his now late father, has 3 brothers that also play guitar (KB is one of them), has also a big sister and plenty of kids in the yard. Nobody has a formal job and his mother sells Chibuku beer and firewood they get from the bush trying to make ends meet."

Via Boing Boing

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