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Growing New Dinosaurs From Chickens

Ever since he was a child, Jack Horner has been dreaming of two things: becoming a paleontologist and having a pet dinosaur. So far he’s accomplished one of those tasks and the other is the subject of this TED Talk. ...
Snatch: The Movie Deconstructed

Snatch: The Movie Deconstructed

Have you ever watched a film so complex that even if it was super cool you couldn’t figure it out at the end? Well for those familiar with the movie Snatch, graphic artist David Andersson has done you a great ...
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The World, Seen from a Hula Hoop

What does the world look like from a hula hoops view? We uncovered these two fun GoPro based videos and as they are silent suggest that you play the song included below to spice em up. The videos where shot ...

Imaginary Illustrations in Natural Inks

The fanciful illustrations of Scott Marr hold such detail in their organic appearance that only on close inspection do we see the hidden treasures in their sticks, leaves and feathers. Applying his colors to both wood and paper, Marr uses ...
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Light and Sound in Norway

Light. Music. Norway. In the middle of the night in Oslo, one is taken on a light journey in sync with the sounds of Norwegian band, Cold Mailman. The music video is creative and soothing, 3D projections of lighted rooms create sound ...

Stunning Perfection: Illustrations Seared in Wood

We think Jason Thielke’s laser cut illustrations are captivating in both their organic fluidity and their mathematical precision. Etching his carefully designed lines into painted wood panel, he uses overlapping loops, geometric patterns and negative space to merge his textured ...
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Structuralism: The Art Of Rhythm

Peter Gabor is a French graphic designer, corporate identity consultant, lecturer, and teacher of typography and graphic arts. He’s the founder and manager of Typogabor, one of the most famous shops for typesetting in Paris between 73′ and 93′. Here ...
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US Atlas Shows How We Describe Ourselves

If there were one word to describe the area you live in, what would it be? New York based composer and visual artist R. Luke DuBois went to great lengths to get us the sometimes predictable, sometimes surprising answers.