I’ve truly loved everything I’ve ever heard from Barry Adamson, But I didn’t really know much about him. Now I do. That’s quite a history.
From female urinals for festivals to pissoirs on the streets of Paris, here are six of the freshest outdoor urinals designs for peeing in the fresh air.
A great chat about tv, food, and philosophy with chef Dave Chang and The Good Place/Brooklyn 99/Parks & Rec creator (and Mose on The Office) Michael Schur.
The definite place for discussions of modular synthesis and modular synthesizers.
I don't know why I have this idea of mid-19th century American silversmithing being clunky. This is some really nice stuff, some quite modern looking.
Via Miss Celania.
Inspired by JR’s large?format street "pastings", INSIDE OUT gives everyone the opportunity to share their portrait and make a statement for what they stand for. It is a global platform for people to share their untold stories and transform messages of personal identity into works of public art.
An Immortals After Dark podcast with Sarah MacLean and Jen Prokop.
Quote: Glass sculptor Wesley Fleming creates life-size and anatomically correct sculptures of a variety of bizarre and well-known insects. The colorful creatures are small enough to balance gently on the tip of his finger, like a neon orange spider barely larger than his nail.
Aural Archipelago is the lovechild of Palmer Keen, an American DIY ethnomusicologist wandering the vast archipelago of Indonesia to find, document, expose and promote little-known traditional musics around the country. Within a few years, Palmer has travelled from vast islands like Sumatra, Java, and Borneo to small dots in the ocean like Rote and Selayar in search of the diverse and beautiful music that fascinates him. With this project, his hope is to allow unprecedented audiences (local and foreign) free access to music that is often difficult or impossible to hear otherwise.
Lego art is real art. Discover brick artists and their impressive work in this simple and entertaining app.
A blog about unusual vehicles.
I wonder how many of these are on Netflix? I think I've only see maybe a quarter of these.
Animation/storyboard artist Jeff Hong re-imagines Disney characters within the real world.
...it's not really black. It's not even a color or a pigment. "Vantablack" is a "material," according to Surrey NanoSystems, the British company that created it. But this growling, rebellious material is causing quite a fuss now that renowned sculptor Anish Kapoor — who designed Chicago's Cloud Gate and the Orbit tower for the 2012 London Olympics — has bought the exclusive rights to use it in art. New York Times interview with Surrey NanoSystems
literally [blinded by science]
One young man, many instruments, much talent - musical and technical. Maybe this will turn out to be some big hoax, but enjoy the awe now, before it's been spoiled.