Brian Dettmer creates works by surgically removing select areas within pages. The result is pretty sweet 3 dimensional collage. For more photos and an interview, check out this site. Or, go straight to the source and visit www.briandettmer.com
Posted on November 23, 2011 by Matt Weier
Posted on July 5, 2011 by Matt Weier
This excerpt from Hans Rosling’s BBC4 show, The Joy of Stats, is a fascinating condensed view of how radically income and life expectancy have shifted in the past 200 years. If only all data was this fun to look at.
As a nice contrast to yesterday’s time lapse photography, here’s some ultra high frame-rate footage of things vibrating.
“Time is an illusion. Lunchtime, doubly so.”
- Douglas Adams
What can I say? Stop motion photography is cool. And Mandrelic seems to be a master in the making. Even his other tests manage to add a subtle sense of depth and motion that goes beyond just “speeding things up”. I applaud his patience and consistency as it’s paying off big time. Would be cool to see this with some more dramatic music.