So very cool.
Watch the flight paths of starlings as they make computer-assisted trails across the sky above the Seekonk Speedway in Massachusetts. Artist Dennis Hlynskyfilmed them (and others) with a Lumix GH2 and then used After Effects to make their paths more visible from their own visually-echoed image. A time-lapse of sorts…
Quadrocopter. Check. GoPro camera. Check. Surf, surfboards and surfers. Check, check, check. Coolness. Check.
—via It’s Nice That
Work by Can Pekdemir in Istanbul. His work focuses on the deformation of human and animal body using various methodologies, experimenting by putting forms into altered physical conditions, placing and effecting them in/with mathematical equations.
Pekdemir worked as a full time instructor in Departmant of Visual Communication Design at İstanbul Bilgi University between 2006 and 2012. Now working as a part-time instructor in Bahçeşehir University.
—originally seen at Beware
Flamboyant lettering graphics
by Paulus Franck from his 1601 book,
'Schatzkammer Allerhand Versalien Lateinisch vnnd Teutsch'
(A Treasure Trove of Latin and German Uppercase Letters)
Chopsticks Get A Makeover
JAPANESE DESIGN FIRM NENDO REDESIGNED CHOPSTICKS TO SOLVE THE UTENSIL’S MAJOR FLAW. IT ONLY TOOK 4,000 YEARS.
—via Fast Company Design