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Christopher Bauder & Robert Henke

Atom

First shown at the MUTEK Festival in Montreal, 2009 - truly un-freaking-believable.

Inside a computer, digital music is entirely unseen. But translate it into the tangible world, and it can be anything you imagine – not limited by acoustic reality or practicality, music can become three-dimensional sculpture.

For artist Christopher Bauder and composer Robert Henke, ATOM’s light and sound sculpture found a three-dimensional matrix of balloons as its medium. Flashing in hypnotic patterns and moving into different configurations, accompanied by live laptop music from Henke (aka Monolake), music and visuals become an inseparable fusion.”

via Create Digital Music

(Source: monolake.de)

Steve Lambert

Arrow Signs in Los Angeles


(Source: visitsteve.com)

I really struggle to place myself within a genre. I shoot a lot of models and work with a lot of stylists, but I have never felt my work really fit into the fashion or editorial genres. Fashion photography is inherently about the clothes and my work is inherently about the face. Everything I love about photography is in capturing the human face. It is endlessly diverse and expressive.
Banksy
People are taking a piss out of you every day…

Banksy

People are taking a piss out of you every day…

Philip Karlberg

33 RPM

Desserts in order: 

  1. Pannacotta
  2. Cheesecake with blue jelly
  3. Sundae surprise
  4. Candied pear with sweet red wine reduction
  5. Raspberry sorbet, mint ice cream and fig
  6. Pancakes, chocolate mousse and cream

(Source: philipkarlberg.com)

Nicholas Folland

Floe, 2009

Domestic crystal glassware and woven nylon thread.

(Source: nicholasfolland.com.au)

Isa Leshko

Elderly Animals

These images are from her series, Elderly Animals, which she began after spending a year caring for her mother who has Alzheimer’s disease. Instead of photographing her family, she found an outlet for her experience in a series of portraits of aging farm animals. Her luminous photographs are a moving expression of empathy, but also a celebration of life.”

via Feature Shoot

Jeff Panis

The Saddlemaker

A video profile of Jesse Smith, a custom saddle maker in Colorado. The film was nominated for the National Magazine Awards for Digital Media.