Successful London fashion retoucher Becci Manson has helped to assemble an international effort to rescue photos in Japan damaged by the Tsunami. I’m gonna be honest, it may just be the finals stress getting to me, but I teared up at this video.
Finally something cool from all those wasted CD’s, CD-R’s, CD-RW’s, CD+RW’s CD. . . you get the idea. Check the full article and video over at Endgadget.com. The video’s worth checking out.
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positioning systems I – falling objects from pe lang on Vimeo.
Check out this video of visual/soundartist Pe Lang. Be sure to visit his web site to see even more incredible art pieces. You’ll be sad if you didn’t.
“Falling objects – positioning systems from 2009-2011 is a custom made machine that adds drops of water onto a special textured surface. Each drop forms into an almost perfect sphere through the surface tension of the water and the omniphobic material. The electronically controlled pipette wanders through a square grid of 21 x 21 drops to form a micro-matrix and returns to the beginning. After approximately 300 minutes, and when the water drops have evaporated, the same process starts again”
Julie Blackmon at SCAD Atlanta from ArtRelish.com on Vimeo.
On April 9, Julie Blackmon gave an artist talk at SCAD Atlantasponsored by Jennifer Schwartz Gallery, SCAD and Atlanta Celebrates Photography . Blackmon is part of the exhibition Still. Life. at Jennifer Schwartz Gallery in Atlanta April 8-May 28, 2011.