This is a pretty funny short and it will only take up 2 min. of your precious time. Wish there was more, dammit! More info at: http://www.platigeacademy.com/film.html
Even though Mihoko Ogaki‘s artwork explores mainly existential topics such as life, birth, and rebirth, one can’t help but feel also awe, amazement, joy, and reverence at the great beauty, the wonder, the sublimity that is the Universe. In her, ongoing since 2010 and currently at Galerie Voss, Düsseldorf , exhibition, Star Tales, Ogaki deals […]
Science + Art = Wonder. It is known. So, here’s some artsy – fartsy, sciency stuff I’ve picked for you today. Enjoy! [In this post you can click on the titles or the images to visit the original sources] This is Not a Neo-Impressionistic Painting It is a photography of connective tissue cells, co-transduced with […]
Most women dream of the ideal guy with whom they will create the perfect family. I never wanted any children, I am perfectly content with watching my nephews and nieces grow up, trying to be a role model and a geeky influence in their lives, sharing my love for all kinds of fandoms, science, music, […]
A Garden Built from Soda Bottles (source) A Plastic Bags Installation (source)
Let’s begin today’s Artsy Fartsy post with the work of Noell S. Oszvald, a 22-year-old photographer, who only started photographing a year ago. (source) [You can click on the image, if you want to browse her flickr account.] Our next artsy fartsy bit is a brand new clip of the ” What the body does […]
It is official: This blog has become a bot that reposts everything that is posted on Fubiz and Colossal. I am starting to consider publishing daily “Artsy – Fartsy” posts with my favourite links from these two sites. Today’s Artsy Fartsy bits combine geekery and elegance. Firstly, take a look at these awesome Superhero Noir […]
I recently discovered this absolutely brilliant short film in Fubiz. It might cause you a bit of a headache but I strongly recommend watching the entire film. The film was directed by Michael Langan and Terah Maher. You can watch all Michael Langan’s work here.
It seems nowadays everything is offensive, it’s political correctness gone mad. I just read this article on NME about how Two Door Cinema Club had to defend the artwork of their last album “Beacon” because it was considered sexist and it made me laugh out loud. I mean, seriously, people, if this is thought to […]
Design Taxi posted yesterday this awesome photo shoot entitled “Swan in Oil. Before and After”. I don’t care so much for the dress itself, but the photo shoot is fucking brilliant.