Check out a tutorial on how to easy make your Head in a jar prank from Mikeasaurus of the Instructables!
Collage for Armando magazine by La-Loii aka Germany based -Argentine architect and visual artist Luisa Rodriguez Porcel
Architect Hitoshi Saruta of CUBO Design planned his own house in Kanagawa, Japan, as a floating birdhouse with a pointy delta-shaped roof, hanging from a big tree.
the birdhouse was fixed as if hooked on a block of RC, which was embedded into the ground. The cantilever with a 4m x 13m flat surface, which supports the floating birdhouse, is supported by an RC slab and narrow steel-frame branches
The interior of private residence in Shioya, Japan, designed by Japanese architect Shimpei Oda.
The 180 square meter area, backdrop for the Hello Talk show, was covered with 10.000 A3 papers, fastened at 44.000 precisely defined points. The bottom sheets carried Kustaa’s image, the plan of a church hall.
Selfies collage found at w3pT tumblr
From the Stuck photo-series by Paris-based Chinese artist Zhu Xi
Virtual sunrise televised on giant LED screan in the smog filled Beijing, China, January 2014. Read story here
I have been meaning to post these images for quite some time, and the 20th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide yesterday, flooded by an ocean of crocodile tears from the international community provides a bloody good occasion to do so.
Found at Siris, these photosouvenirs are from Judge E. Gorlia‘s second journey in the Belgian Congo (ca. 1915 ). Gorlia was a keen amateur photographer and at the time acting as an alternate to the public officer at one of the seven tribunals of first instance (sic). In the description text you’ll find the following lines:
The hammock was the only conveyance available for travel on land. It was swung beneath a bamboo pole carried on the shoulders of two strong African men. They could travel 20 to 30 miles a day. In normal time, there were four pairs of men for the hammock, two men carrying at a time. Men strong enough were almost impossible to find because they were likely to go off to work in the mines.
The cover of Bollox To The Gonads – Here’s The Testicles, 1984, from Pax records, is just perfect for today’s anniversary.
Spray paint and paint markers on motorcycle jacket by Thailand born – Australian based illustrator James Jirat Patradoon.