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My Eclectic Depiction Of Life

by Jimmy P. Hopton

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This blog is run by Jimmy, a 24 year old Interactive Design graduate who's currently searching for a purpose in life.

Occasionally you may see some of my own work, but the majority of the time I use this blog to share work created by other people who inspire me.


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Planet Universe by Adam Kennedy 
This imaginative series is created by San Francisco’s own Adam Kennedy, who uses photographs of old rusty fire hydrants and creates wonderful worlds that float through space. If you look closely you’ll notice that the rust marks on the hydrant create the planets oceans and land formations. Adam is hoping to gain funding through Indiegogo to create a series of posters using the images, as well as a calendar, and if you’d like to donate you can do so with the link below.

Artists: | Website | Portfolio | Indiegogo | [via: Laughing Squid]
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Planet Universe by Adam Kennedy 
This imaginative series is created by San Francisco’s own Adam Kennedy, who uses photographs of old rusty fire hydrants and creates wonderful worlds that float through space. If you look closely you’ll notice that the rust marks on the hydrant create the planets oceans and land formations. Adam is hoping to gain funding through Indiegogo to create a series of posters using the images, as well as a calendar, and if you’d like to donate you can do so with the link below.

Artists: | Website | Portfolio | Indiegogo | [via: Laughing Squid]
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Planet Universe by Adam Kennedy 
This imaginative series is created by San Francisco’s own Adam Kennedy, who uses photographs of old rusty fire hydrants and creates wonderful worlds that float through space. If you look closely you’ll notice that the rust marks on the hydrant create the planets oceans and land formations. Adam is hoping to gain funding through Indiegogo to create a series of posters using the images, as well as a calendar, and if you’d like to donate you can do so with the link below.

Artists: | Website | Portfolio | Indiegogo | [via: Laughing Squid]
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Planet Universe by Adam Kennedy 
This imaginative series is created by San Francisco’s own Adam Kennedy, who uses photographs of old rusty fire hydrants and creates wonderful worlds that float through space. If you look closely you’ll notice that the rust marks on the hydrant create the planets oceans and land formations. Adam is hoping to gain funding through Indiegogo to create a series of posters using the images, as well as a calendar, and if you’d like to donate you can do so with the link below.

Artists: | Website | Portfolio | Indiegogo | [via: Laughing Squid]
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Planet Universe by Adam Kennedy 
This imaginative series is created by San Francisco’s own Adam Kennedy, who uses photographs of old rusty fire hydrants and creates wonderful worlds that float through space. If you look closely you’ll notice that the rust marks on the hydrant create the planets oceans and land formations. Adam is hoping to gain funding through Indiegogo to create a series of posters using the images, as well as a calendar, and if you’d like to donate you can do so with the link below.

Artists: | Website | Portfolio | Indiegogo | [via: Laughing Squid]
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Planet Universe by Adam Kennedy 

This imaginative series is created by San Francisco’s own Adam Kennedy, who uses photographs of old rusty fire hydrants and creates wonderful worlds that float through space. If you look closely you’ll notice that the rust marks on the hydrant create the planets oceans and land formations. Adam is hoping to gain funding through Indiegogo to create a series of posters using the images, as well as a calendar, and if you’d like to donate you can do so with the link below.

Artists: | Website | Portfolio | Indiegogo[via: Laughing Squid]

(Source: myedol.com)

Aurora Borealis Timelapse by Göran Strand
When a solar flare occurred on March 15th of this year the solar winds hit earth and created a mesmerising cosmic light display over Sweden, known as the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights. Using 2464 raw images Göran Strand was able to capture the event and created this magnificent time lapse. I’ve embedded the video below and I highly recommend taking a moment out of your day to chill out and watch.

Artists: | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube |

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Aurora Borealis Timelapse by Göran Strand
When a solar flare occurred on March 15th of this year the solar winds hit earth and created a mesmerising cosmic light display over Sweden, known as the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights. Using 2464 raw images Göran Strand was able to capture the event and created this magnificent time lapse. I’ve embedded the video below and I highly recommend taking a moment out of your day to chill out and watch.

Artists: | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube |

Must Watch:
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Aurora Borealis Timelapse by Göran Strand

When a solar flare occurred on March 15th of this year the solar winds hit earth and created a mesmerising cosmic light display over Sweden, known as the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights. Using 2464 raw images Göran Strand was able to capture the event and created this magnificent time lapse. I’ve embedded the video below and I highly recommend taking a moment out of your day to chill out and watch.

Artists: | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube |

Must Watch:

(Source: myedol.com)

400,000 Balls Cover Ivanhoe Reservoir by Gerd Ludwig
In 2007, the Department of Water Protection in Los Angeles detected high levels of bromate, a carcinogen that forms when bromide and chlorine react with sunlight, in Los Angeles’s Ivanhoe Reservoir. Bromide is naturally present in groundwater and chlorine is used to kill bacteria, but sunlight is the final ingredient in the potentially harmful mix.
The 102-year-old facility serves about 600,000 customers downtown and in South Los Angeles. When the Department of Water Protection realized the problem, they began construction of a new underground reservoir in Griffith Park, but while the new facility was being built they had to determine a way to keep the sunlight out of the water, so they used 400,000 plastic balls which resulted in this spectacular spectacle.

Artists: | Website | [via: Amusing Planet & Messy Nessy]
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400,000 Balls Cover Ivanhoe Reservoir by Gerd Ludwig
In 2007, the Department of Water Protection in Los Angeles detected high levels of bromate, a carcinogen that forms when bromide and chlorine react with sunlight, in Los Angeles’s Ivanhoe Reservoir. Bromide is naturally present in groundwater and chlorine is used to kill bacteria, but sunlight is the final ingredient in the potentially harmful mix.
The 102-year-old facility serves about 600,000 customers downtown and in South Los Angeles. When the Department of Water Protection realized the problem, they began construction of a new underground reservoir in Griffith Park, but while the new facility was being built they had to determine a way to keep the sunlight out of the water, so they used 400,000 plastic balls which resulted in this spectacular spectacle.

Artists: | Website | [via: Amusing Planet & Messy Nessy]
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400,000 Balls Cover Ivanhoe Reservoir by Gerd Ludwig
In 2007, the Department of Water Protection in Los Angeles detected high levels of bromate, a carcinogen that forms when bromide and chlorine react with sunlight, in Los Angeles’s Ivanhoe Reservoir. Bromide is naturally present in groundwater and chlorine is used to kill bacteria, but sunlight is the final ingredient in the potentially harmful mix.
The 102-year-old facility serves about 600,000 customers downtown and in South Los Angeles. When the Department of Water Protection realized the problem, they began construction of a new underground reservoir in Griffith Park, but while the new facility was being built they had to determine a way to keep the sunlight out of the water, so they used 400,000 plastic balls which resulted in this spectacular spectacle.

Artists: | Website | [via: Amusing Planet & Messy Nessy]
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400,000 Balls Cover Ivanhoe Reservoir by Gerd Ludwig
In 2007, the Department of Water Protection in Los Angeles detected high levels of bromate, a carcinogen that forms when bromide and chlorine react with sunlight, in Los Angeles’s Ivanhoe Reservoir. Bromide is naturally present in groundwater and chlorine is used to kill bacteria, but sunlight is the final ingredient in the potentially harmful mix.
The 102-year-old facility serves about 600,000 customers downtown and in South Los Angeles. When the Department of Water Protection realized the problem, they began construction of a new underground reservoir in Griffith Park, but while the new facility was being built they had to determine a way to keep the sunlight out of the water, so they used 400,000 plastic balls which resulted in this spectacular spectacle.

Artists: | Website | [via: Amusing Planet & Messy Nessy]
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400,000 Balls Cover Ivanhoe Reservoir by Gerd Ludwig

In 2007, the Department of Water Protection in Los Angeles detected high levels of bromate, a carcinogen that forms when bromide and chlorine react with sunlight, in Los Angeles’s Ivanhoe Reservoir. Bromide is naturally present in groundwater and chlorine is used to kill bacteria, but sunlight is the final ingredient in the potentially harmful mix.

The 102-year-old facility serves about 600,000 customers downtown and in South Los Angeles. When the Department of Water Protection realized the problem, they began construction of a new underground reservoir in Griffith Park, but while the new facility was being built they had to determine a way to keep the sunlight out of the water, so they used 400,000 plastic balls which resulted in this spectacular spectacle.

Artists: | Website[via: Amusing Planet & Messy Nessy]

(Source: myedol.com)

Daily Contaminations by Luca Di Filippo
These wonderful little electronic insects are made from electrical components that had been casually discarded. The series is aimed to hint at the fact we leave digital traces where ever we go, from surfing the web, to old phones and trashed gadgets. These little creatures scavenge on our trail and roam our homes looking for information about our habits and lives.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Behance | Tumblr | [via: The Creators Project]
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Daily Contaminations by Luca Di Filippo
These wonderful little electronic insects are made from electrical components that had been casually discarded. The series is aimed to hint at the fact we leave digital traces where ever we go, from surfing the web, to old phones and trashed gadgets. These little creatures scavenge on our trail and roam our homes looking for information about our habits and lives.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Behance | Tumblr | [via: The Creators Project]
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Daily Contaminations by Luca Di Filippo
These wonderful little electronic insects are made from electrical components that had been casually discarded. The series is aimed to hint at the fact we leave digital traces where ever we go, from surfing the web, to old phones and trashed gadgets. These little creatures scavenge on our trail and roam our homes looking for information about our habits and lives.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Behance | Tumblr | [via: The Creators Project]
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Daily Contaminations by Luca Di Filippo
These wonderful little electronic insects are made from electrical components that had been casually discarded. The series is aimed to hint at the fact we leave digital traces where ever we go, from surfing the web, to old phones and trashed gadgets. These little creatures scavenge on our trail and roam our homes looking for information about our habits and lives.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Behance | Tumblr | [via: The Creators Project]
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Daily Contaminations by Luca Di Filippo

These wonderful little electronic insects are made from electrical components that had been casually discarded. The series is aimed to hint at the fact we leave digital traces where ever we go, from surfing the web, to old phones and trashed gadgets. These little creatures scavenge on our trail and roam our homes looking for information about our habits and lives.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | BehanceTumblr | [via: The Creators Project]

(Source: myedol.com)

The Overview by Planetary Collective
To mark the 40th anniversary of the famous “Blue Marble” photograph of earth from space being taken, Planetary Collective decided to create a wonderful short film documenting astronauts life changing stories of seeing the earth floating in space. The video is embedded below and is well worth a watch.
"The Overview Effect, first described by author Frank White in 1987, is an experience that transforms astronauts’ perspective of the planet and mankind’s place upon it. Common features of the experience are a feeling of awe for the planet, a profound understanding of the interconnection of all life, and a renewed sense of responsibility for taking care of the environment."


Artists: | Vimeo |  [via: butdoesitfloat & NASA]


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The Overview by Planetary Collective
To mark the 40th anniversary of the famous “Blue Marble” photograph of earth from space being taken, Planetary Collective decided to create a wonderful short film documenting astronauts life changing stories of seeing the earth floating in space. The video is embedded below and is well worth a watch.
"The Overview Effect, first described by author Frank White in 1987, is an experience that transforms astronauts’ perspective of the planet and mankind’s place upon it. Common features of the experience are a feeling of awe for the planet, a profound understanding of the interconnection of all life, and a renewed sense of responsibility for taking care of the environment."


Artists: | Vimeo |  [via: butdoesitfloat & NASA]


Must Watch:
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The Overview by Planetary Collective

To mark the 40th anniversary of the famous “Blue Marble” photograph of earth from space being taken, Planetary Collective decided to create a wonderful short film documenting astronauts life changing stories of seeing the earth floating in space. The video is embedded below and is well worth a watch.

"The Overview Effect, first described by author Frank White in 1987, is an experience that transforms astronauts’ perspective of the planet and mankind’s place upon it. Common features of the experience are a feeling of awe for the planet, a profound understanding of the interconnection of all life, and a renewed sense of responsibility for taking care of the environment."

Artists: | Vimeo | [via: butdoesitfloat & NASA]

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(Source: myedol.com)

Oil by Davy Evans
Created by shooting household chemicals reacting in water with oil, for a brief which looked in to the forever impending oil crisis.
"It is said that between 2030 and 2050 the worlds supply of oil will fall below the level required to meet international demand"

Artists | Website | Flickr | [via: butdoesitfloat]

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Oil by Davy Evans
Created by shooting household chemicals reacting in water with oil, for a brief which looked in to the forever impending oil crisis.
"It is said that between 2030 and 2050 the worlds supply of oil will fall below the level required to meet international demand"

Artists | Website | Flickr | [via: butdoesitfloat]

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Oil by Davy Evans
Created by shooting household chemicals reacting in water with oil, for a brief which looked in to the forever impending oil crisis.
"It is said that between 2030 and 2050 the worlds supply of oil will fall below the level required to meet international demand"

Artists | Website | Flickr | [via: butdoesitfloat]

Watch:
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Oil by Davy Evans
Created by shooting household chemicals reacting in water with oil, for a brief which looked in to the forever impending oil crisis.
"It is said that between 2030 and 2050 the worlds supply of oil will fall below the level required to meet international demand"

Artists | Website | Flickr | [via: butdoesitfloat]

Watch:
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Oil by Davy Evans

Created by shooting household chemicals reacting in water with oil, for a brief which looked in to the forever impending oil crisis.

"It is said that between 2030 and 2050 the worlds supply of oil will fall below the level required to meet international demand"

Artists | Website | Flickr | [via: butdoesitfloat]

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(Source: myedol.com)

Waves by Daniel Palacios
"A long piece of rope represents three dimensionally a series of waves floating in space, as well as producing sounds from the physical action of their movement: the rope which creates the volume also simultaneously creates the sound by cutting through the air, making up a single element."
Watch:

…this is almost hypnotic
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Waves by Daniel Palacios
"A long piece of rope represents three dimensionally a series of waves floating in space, as well as producing sounds from the physical action of their movement: the rope which creates the volume also simultaneously creates the sound by cutting through the air, making up a single element."
Watch:

…this is almost hypnotic
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Waves by Daniel Palacios
"A long piece of rope represents three dimensionally a series of waves floating in space, as well as producing sounds from the physical action of their movement: the rope which creates the volume also simultaneously creates the sound by cutting through the air, making up a single element."
Watch:

…this is almost hypnotic
Zoom Info

Waves by Daniel Palacios

"A long piece of rope represents three dimensionally a series of waves floating in space, as well as producing sounds from the physical action of their movement: the rope which creates the volume also simultaneously creates the sound by cutting through the air, making up a single element."

Watch:

…this is almost hypnotic

(Source: danielpalacios.info)

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