Monthly Archives: May 2011

Caught in the grip of the city madness

From “Les Dessous de la ville” by Francis Masse (1985) Title: The Poppy Family via Deltron 3030 via butdoesitfloat.com

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Face-Off in Brooklyn for JR’s Inside Out Project

The stoops in Brooklyn’s Park Slope neighborhood are getting a face-lift, literally. As part of TED prize winner JR’s particapatory art project, Inside Out, business owners and community members have submitted portraits of local shop owners to honor and celebrate them.  … Continue reading

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Google Makes Interactive Music Video for the Web

Take a look behind the curtain “3 Dreams of Black” is an interactive film by Chris Milk and some friends at Google that showcases the creative potential of WebGL. WebGL is a context of the HTML5 canvas element that enables … Continue reading

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Google Visualizes Search Queries from Around the World

Last week Google launched Search Globe. According to the official Google Blog, Search Globe is “a new visual display representing one day of Google searches around the world–visualizing the curiosity of people around the globe…. The Search Globe visualizes searches … Continue reading

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Bin Laden captured through tweeting

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Can YOU do This with a Piece of Paper? Simon Schubert Can

German artist Simon Schubert’s Simon Schubert’s two-dimensional architecture illustrations. via glamcult.com

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A Touch of Code

Book cover ”A Touch of Code”, Copyright Gestalten 2011 Thanks to the omnipresence of computers, cell phones, gaming systems, and the internet, a broad audience has traded its past reservations against technology for an almost insatiable curiosity for all things … Continue reading

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