MyEDOL


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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Rap Quotes by Jay Shells
This awesome project plots various locations in New York city that are mentioned by rappers in songs. Jay Shells places these street signs at the exact locations mentioned by the rapper and inadvertently creates a hip hop scavenger hunt that I’d love to take part in. I really hope these signs are never removed because it’s really interesting to know that when you stand below one of these signs, you’re standing at a point that has had a part to play in the evolution of hip hop culture. I’ve embedded a video below where Jay Shells gives more insight into the project.

Artists: | Twitter | Website | [via: Laughing Squid]

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Rap Quotes by Jay Shells
This awesome project plots various locations in New York city that are mentioned by rappers in songs. Jay Shells places these street signs at the exact locations mentioned by the rapper and inadvertently creates a hip hop scavenger hunt that I’d love to take part in. I really hope these signs are never removed because it’s really interesting to know that when you stand below one of these signs, you’re standing at a point that has had a part to play in the evolution of hip hop culture. I’ve embedded a video below where Jay Shells gives more insight into the project.

Artists: | Twitter | Website | [via: Laughing Squid]

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Rap Quotes by Jay Shells
This awesome project plots various locations in New York city that are mentioned by rappers in songs. Jay Shells places these street signs at the exact locations mentioned by the rapper and inadvertently creates a hip hop scavenger hunt that I’d love to take part in. I really hope these signs are never removed because it’s really interesting to know that when you stand below one of these signs, you’re standing at a point that has had a part to play in the evolution of hip hop culture. I’ve embedded a video below where Jay Shells gives more insight into the project.

Artists: | Twitter | Website | [via: Laughing Squid]

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Rap Quotes by Jay Shells
This awesome project plots various locations in New York city that are mentioned by rappers in songs. Jay Shells places these street signs at the exact locations mentioned by the rapper and inadvertently creates a hip hop scavenger hunt that I’d love to take part in. I really hope these signs are never removed because it’s really interesting to know that when you stand below one of these signs, you’re standing at a point that has had a part to play in the evolution of hip hop culture. I’ve embedded a video below where Jay Shells gives more insight into the project.

Artists: | Twitter | Website | [via: Laughing Squid]

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Rap Quotes by Jay Shells
This awesome project plots various locations in New York city that are mentioned by rappers in songs. Jay Shells places these street signs at the exact locations mentioned by the rapper and inadvertently creates a hip hop scavenger hunt that I’d love to take part in. I really hope these signs are never removed because it’s really interesting to know that when you stand below one of these signs, you’re standing at a point that has had a part to play in the evolution of hip hop culture. I’ve embedded a video below where Jay Shells gives more insight into the project.

Artists: | Twitter | Website | [via: Laughing Squid]

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Rap Quotes by Jay Shells
This awesome project plots various locations in New York city that are mentioned by rappers in songs. Jay Shells places these street signs at the exact locations mentioned by the rapper and inadvertently creates a hip hop scavenger hunt that I’d love to take part in. I really hope these signs are never removed because it’s really interesting to know that when you stand below one of these signs, you’re standing at a point that has had a part to play in the evolution of hip hop culture. I’ve embedded a video below where Jay Shells gives more insight into the project.

Artists: | Twitter | Website | [via: Laughing Squid]

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Rap Quotes by Jay Shells
This awesome project plots various locations in New York city that are mentioned by rappers in songs. Jay Shells places these street signs at the exact locations mentioned by the rapper and inadvertently creates a hip hop scavenger hunt that I’d love to take part in. I really hope these signs are never removed because it’s really interesting to know that when you stand below one of these signs, you’re standing at a point that has had a part to play in the evolution of hip hop culture. I’ve embedded a video below where Jay Shells gives more insight into the project.

Artists: | Twitter | Website | [via: Laughing Squid]

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Rap Quotes by Jay Shells

This awesome project plots various locations in New York city that are mentioned by rappers in songs. Jay Shells places these street signs at the exact locations mentioned by the rapper and inadvertently creates a hip hop scavenger hunt that I’d love to take part in. I really hope these signs are never removed because it’s really interesting to know that when you stand below one of these signs, you’re standing at a point that has had a part to play in the evolution of hip hop culture. I’ve embedded a video below where Jay Shells gives more insight into the project.

Artists: | Twitter | Website | [via: Laughing Squid]

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Transform by Bence Bakonyi
This urban camouflage series was created by Hungarian photographer Bence Bakonyi. The series shows people seamlessly blending into their surroundings by merely using the clothing they are wearing. The attention to detail is really fascinating and I love how everything lines up so perfectly.

Artists: | Website | Behance | Tumblr | [via: JunkCulture]
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Transform by Bence Bakonyi
This urban camouflage series was created by Hungarian photographer Bence Bakonyi. The series shows people seamlessly blending into their surroundings by merely using the clothing they are wearing. The attention to detail is really fascinating and I love how everything lines up so perfectly.

Artists: | Website | Behance | Tumblr | [via: JunkCulture]
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Transform by Bence Bakonyi
This urban camouflage series was created by Hungarian photographer Bence Bakonyi. The series shows people seamlessly blending into their surroundings by merely using the clothing they are wearing. The attention to detail is really fascinating and I love how everything lines up so perfectly.

Artists: | Website | Behance | Tumblr | [via: JunkCulture]
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Transform by Bence Bakonyi

This urban camouflage series was created by Hungarian photographer Bence Bakonyi. The series shows people seamlessly blending into their surroundings by merely using the clothing they are wearing. The attention to detail is really fascinating and I love how everything lines up so perfectly.

Artists: | Website | Behance | Tumblr | [via: JunkCulture]

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Central Park Panorama by Sergey Semonov
Every now and then I like to go through a few blogs that I follow here on tumblr. Earlier today I was casually flicking through Chase’s blog when I saw this incredible image of Manhattan which blew my mind. Originally the image is a huge 3D panorama but I thought I’d chop it up into bite size chucks so it’s easier for your eyes to digest it’s awesomeness.

Artists: | Website | [via:  Minus Manhattan]
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Central Park Panorama by Sergey Semonov
Every now and then I like to go through a few blogs that I follow here on tumblr. Earlier today I was casually flicking through Chase’s blog when I saw this incredible image of Manhattan which blew my mind. Originally the image is a huge 3D panorama but I thought I’d chop it up into bite size chucks so it’s easier for your eyes to digest it’s awesomeness.

Artists: | Website | [via:  Minus Manhattan]
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Central Park Panorama by Sergey Semonov
Every now and then I like to go through a few blogs that I follow here on tumblr. Earlier today I was casually flicking through Chase’s blog when I saw this incredible image of Manhattan which blew my mind. Originally the image is a huge 3D panorama but I thought I’d chop it up into bite size chucks so it’s easier for your eyes to digest it’s awesomeness.

Artists: | Website | [via:  Minus Manhattan]
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Central Park Panorama by Sergey Semonov
Every now and then I like to go through a few blogs that I follow here on tumblr. Earlier today I was casually flicking through Chase’s blog when I saw this incredible image of Manhattan which blew my mind. Originally the image is a huge 3D panorama but I thought I’d chop it up into bite size chucks so it’s easier for your eyes to digest it’s awesomeness.

Artists: | Website | [via:  Minus Manhattan]
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Central Park Panorama by Sergey Semonov

Every now and then I like to go through a few blogs that I follow here on tumblr. Earlier today I was casually flicking through Chase’s blog when I saw this incredible image of Manhattan which blew my mind. Originally the image is a huge 3D panorama but I thought I’d chop it up into bite size chucks so it’s easier for your eyes to digest it’s awesomeness.

Artists: | Website | [via:  Minus Manhattan]

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Palette Knife Cityscapes by Kal Gajourn
Created entirely with a palette knife, these fascinating oil paintings give a nice contemporary twist on cityscape painting. The technique was introduced to Kal Gajourn by a family friend and he’s not looked back since. His unique style gives the cities a wonderful reflective and almost wet look, as if rain water recently flooded the streets.

Artists: | Website | [via: Andons & MMM]
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Palette Knife Cityscapes by Kal Gajourn
Created entirely with a palette knife, these fascinating oil paintings give a nice contemporary twist on cityscape painting. The technique was introduced to Kal Gajourn by a family friend and he’s not looked back since. His unique style gives the cities a wonderful reflective and almost wet look, as if rain water recently flooded the streets.

Artists: | Website | [via: Andons & MMM]
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Palette Knife Cityscapes by Kal Gajourn
Created entirely with a palette knife, these fascinating oil paintings give a nice contemporary twist on cityscape painting. The technique was introduced to Kal Gajourn by a family friend and he’s not looked back since. His unique style gives the cities a wonderful reflective and almost wet look, as if rain water recently flooded the streets.

Artists: | Website | [via: Andons & MMM]
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Palette Knife Cityscapes by Kal Gajourn
Created entirely with a palette knife, these fascinating oil paintings give a nice contemporary twist on cityscape painting. The technique was introduced to Kal Gajourn by a family friend and he’s not looked back since. His unique style gives the cities a wonderful reflective and almost wet look, as if rain water recently flooded the streets.

Artists: | Website | [via: Andons & MMM]
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Palette Knife Cityscapes by Kal Gajourn
Created entirely with a palette knife, these fascinating oil paintings give a nice contemporary twist on cityscape painting. The technique was introduced to Kal Gajourn by a family friend and he’s not looked back since. His unique style gives the cities a wonderful reflective and almost wet look, as if rain water recently flooded the streets.

Artists: | Website | [via: Andons & MMM]
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Palette Knife Cityscapes by Kal Gajourn

Created entirely with a palette knife, these fascinating oil paintings give a nice contemporary twist on cityscape painting. The technique was introduced to Kal Gajourn by a family friend and he’s not looked back since. His unique style gives the cities a wonderful reflective and almost wet look, as if rain water recently flooded the streets.

Artists: | Website | [via: Andons & MMM]

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Rooftopping Photography by Aurelie Curie
Rooftopping is the act of scaling the roofs of tall buildings to capture incredible images like the ones seen above. Often without permission the death defying urban exploration is a daring activity and the work of Aurelie Curie is not for those with a fear of heights. I suggest having a flick through her flickr as it’s stacked full of incredible photography and her skills are not just in rooftopping.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Flickr |  [via: Twisted Sifter]
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Rooftopping Photography by Aurelie Curie
Rooftopping is the act of scaling the roofs of tall buildings to capture incredible images like the ones seen above. Often without permission the death defying urban exploration is a daring activity and the work of Aurelie Curie is not for those with a fear of heights. I suggest having a flick through her flickr as it’s stacked full of incredible photography and her skills are not just in rooftopping.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Flickr |  [via: Twisted Sifter]
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Rooftopping Photography by Aurelie Curie
Rooftopping is the act of scaling the roofs of tall buildings to capture incredible images like the ones seen above. Often without permission the death defying urban exploration is a daring activity and the work of Aurelie Curie is not for those with a fear of heights. I suggest having a flick through her flickr as it’s stacked full of incredible photography and her skills are not just in rooftopping.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Flickr |  [via: Twisted Sifter]
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Rooftopping Photography by Aurelie Curie
Rooftopping is the act of scaling the roofs of tall buildings to capture incredible images like the ones seen above. Often without permission the death defying urban exploration is a daring activity and the work of Aurelie Curie is not for those with a fear of heights. I suggest having a flick through her flickr as it’s stacked full of incredible photography and her skills are not just in rooftopping.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Flickr |  [via: Twisted Sifter]
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Rooftopping Photography by Aurelie Curie
Rooftopping is the act of scaling the roofs of tall buildings to capture incredible images like the ones seen above. Often without permission the death defying urban exploration is a daring activity and the work of Aurelie Curie is not for those with a fear of heights. I suggest having a flick through her flickr as it’s stacked full of incredible photography and her skills are not just in rooftopping.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Flickr |  [via: Twisted Sifter]
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Rooftopping Photography by Aurelie Curie
Rooftopping is the act of scaling the roofs of tall buildings to capture incredible images like the ones seen above. Often without permission the death defying urban exploration is a daring activity and the work of Aurelie Curie is not for those with a fear of heights. I suggest having a flick through her flickr as it’s stacked full of incredible photography and her skills are not just in rooftopping.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Flickr |  [via: Twisted Sifter]
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Rooftopping Photography by Aurelie Curie
Rooftopping is the act of scaling the roofs of tall buildings to capture incredible images like the ones seen above. Often without permission the death defying urban exploration is a daring activity and the work of Aurelie Curie is not for those with a fear of heights. I suggest having a flick through her flickr as it’s stacked full of incredible photography and her skills are not just in rooftopping.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Flickr |  [via: Twisted Sifter]
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Rooftopping Photography by Aurelie Curie

Rooftopping is the act of scaling the roofs of tall buildings to capture incredible images like the ones seen above. Often without permission the death defying urban exploration is a daring activity and the work of Aurelie Curie is not for those with a fear of heights. I suggest having a flick through her flickr as it’s stacked full of incredible photography and her skills are not just in rooftopping.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Flickr | [via: Twisted Sifter]

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Reverse Graffiti by Alexandre Orion
Way back in 2007 Alexandre Orion took a cloth to a São Paulo underpass and proceeded to clean. By carefully removing the grime and dust from the wall he was able to create a magnificent mural that spanned the length of the tunnel. In the video embedded below you’ll see that during the process the police were called to the scene. However they were unable to charge him with any crime because he was merely creatively cleaning. In order to remove his work the city were forced to wash the entire tunnel, which was clearly in need of being done anyway.








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Reverse Graffiti by Alexandre Orion
Way back in 2007 Alexandre Orion took a cloth to a São Paulo underpass and proceeded to clean. By carefully removing the grime and dust from the wall he was able to create a magnificent mural that spanned the length of the tunnel. In the video embedded below you’ll see that during the process the police were called to the scene. However they were unable to charge him with any crime because he was merely creatively cleaning. In order to remove his work the city were forced to wash the entire tunnel, which was clearly in need of being done anyway.








Artists: | Website | [via: Vandalog]








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Reverse Graffiti by Alexandre Orion
Way back in 2007 Alexandre Orion took a cloth to a São Paulo underpass and proceeded to clean. By carefully removing the grime and dust from the wall he was able to create a magnificent mural that spanned the length of the tunnel. In the video embedded below you’ll see that during the process the police were called to the scene. However they were unable to charge him with any crime because he was merely creatively cleaning. In order to remove his work the city were forced to wash the entire tunnel, which was clearly in need of being done anyway.








Artists: | Website | [via: Vandalog]








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Reverse Graffiti by Alexandre Orion
Way back in 2007 Alexandre Orion took a cloth to a São Paulo underpass and proceeded to clean. By carefully removing the grime and dust from the wall he was able to create a magnificent mural that spanned the length of the tunnel. In the video embedded below you’ll see that during the process the police were called to the scene. However they were unable to charge him with any crime because he was merely creatively cleaning. In order to remove his work the city were forced to wash the entire tunnel, which was clearly in need of being done anyway.








Artists: | Website | [via: Vandalog]








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Reverse Graffiti by Alexandre Orion

Way back in 2007 Alexandre Orion took a cloth to a São Paulo underpass and proceeded to clean. By carefully removing the grime and dust from the wall he was able to create a magnificent mural that spanned the length of the tunnel. In the video embedded below you’ll see that during the process the police were called to the scene. However they were unable to charge him with any crime because he was merely creatively cleaning. In order to remove his work the city were forced to wash the entire tunnel, which was clearly in need of being done anyway.

Artists: | Website | [via: Vandalog]

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Kororit by Katrin Korfmann
These incredible set of aerial photographs display the vibrate explosion that occurs during the Hindu festival of colour known as Holi. By layering several images of the same place in to one unique photograph Katrin is able to show both time progressing as well as the energy of the location. Check out her website linked below, because there are many more of these magnificent images. 

Artists: | Website | [via: plenty of colour]
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Kororit by Katrin Korfmann
These incredible set of aerial photographs display the vibrate explosion that occurs during the Hindu festival of colour known as Holi. By layering several images of the same place in to one unique photograph Katrin is able to show both time progressing as well as the energy of the location. Check out her website linked below, because there are many more of these magnificent images. 

Artists: | Website | [via: plenty of colour]
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Kororit by Katrin Korfmann
These incredible set of aerial photographs display the vibrate explosion that occurs during the Hindu festival of colour known as Holi. By layering several images of the same place in to one unique photograph Katrin is able to show both time progressing as well as the energy of the location. Check out her website linked below, because there are many more of these magnificent images. 

Artists: | Website | [via: plenty of colour]
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Kororit by Katrin Korfmann

These incredible set of aerial photographs display the vibrate explosion that occurs during the Hindu festival of colour known as Holi. By layering several images of the same place in to one unique photograph Katrin is able to show both time progressing as well as the energy of the location. Check out her website linked below, because there are many more of these magnificent images. 

Artists: | Website | [via: plenty of colour]

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Cambodian Tree Projections by Clément Briend
"Cambodian culture is deeply rooted in a spirituality - marked by a belief in genii and fantasy creatures. In a dark cityscape, night reveals the presence of divine creatures on trees and subsequently makes them alive and real. Such nocturnal visions allow us to grasp the way magic profoundly influences how Cambodian people perceive the world."

Artists: | Website | [via: iGANT]
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Cambodian Tree Projections by Clément Briend
"Cambodian culture is deeply rooted in a spirituality - marked by a belief in genii and fantasy creatures. In a dark cityscape, night reveals the presence of divine creatures on trees and subsequently makes them alive and real. Such nocturnal visions allow us to grasp the way magic profoundly influences how Cambodian people perceive the world."

Artists: | Website | [via: iGANT]
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Cambodian Tree Projections by Clément Briend
"Cambodian culture is deeply rooted in a spirituality - marked by a belief in genii and fantasy creatures. In a dark cityscape, night reveals the presence of divine creatures on trees and subsequently makes them alive and real. Such nocturnal visions allow us to grasp the way magic profoundly influences how Cambodian people perceive the world."

Artists: | Website | [via: iGANT]
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Cambodian Tree Projections by Clément Briend
"Cambodian culture is deeply rooted in a spirituality - marked by a belief in genii and fantasy creatures. In a dark cityscape, night reveals the presence of divine creatures on trees and subsequently makes them alive and real. Such nocturnal visions allow us to grasp the way magic profoundly influences how Cambodian people perceive the world."

Artists: | Website | [via: iGANT]
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Cambodian Tree Projections by Clément Briend

"Cambodian culture is deeply rooted in a spirituality - marked by a belief in genii and fantasy creatures. In a dark cityscape, night reveals the presence of divine creatures on trees and subsequently makes them alive and real. Such nocturnal visions allow us to grasp the way magic profoundly influences how Cambodian people perceive the world."

Artists: | Website | [via: iGANT]

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Levitated Mass by Michael Heizer
This 340 ton granite megalith took 11 days to move 105 miles from quarry to site and resides at LACMA in California. Originally conceived in 1969 it was not until this summer that the project was finally complete as it took Heizer decades to find the perfect boulder to sit upon the 456 foot long concrete channel.

Artists: | Wiki | Website | [via: Co.Design]
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Levitated Mass by Michael Heizer
This 340 ton granite megalith took 11 days to move 105 miles from quarry to site and resides at LACMA in California. Originally conceived in 1969 it was not until this summer that the project was finally complete as it took Heizer decades to find the perfect boulder to sit upon the 456 foot long concrete channel.

Artists: | Wiki | Website | [via: Co.Design]
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Levitated Mass by Michael Heizer

This 340 ton granite megalith took 11 days to move 105 miles from quarry to site and resides at LACMA in California. Originally conceived in 1969 it was not until this summer that the project was finally complete as it took Heizer decades to find the perfect boulder to sit upon the 456 foot long concrete channel.

Artists: | Wiki | Website | [via: Co.Design]

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Spider Projections by Friedrich van Schoor
By building a miniature scale model of this glass front house and throwing a couple of hyperactive spiders inside, Friedrich was able to record the results and project them in the real home to create a nightmarishly terrifying illusion. Either that, or he did in fact create giant spiders, in which case I think it’s about time we all lived on boats. A video displaying the spine tingling illusion is below.

Artist: | Vimeo | [via: welikethat / designboom]

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Spider Projections by Friedrich van Schoor
By building a miniature scale model of this glass front house and throwing a couple of hyperactive spiders inside, Friedrich was able to record the results and project them in the real home to create a nightmarishly terrifying illusion. Either that, or he did in fact create giant spiders, in which case I think it’s about time we all lived on boats. A video displaying the spine tingling illusion is below.

Artist: | Vimeo | [via: welikethat / designboom]

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Spider Projections by Friedrich van Schoor

By building a miniature scale model of this glass front house and throwing a couple of hyperactive spiders inside, Friedrich was able to record the results and project them in the real home to create a nightmarishly terrifying illusion. Either that, or he did in fact create giant spiders, in which case I think it’s about time we all lived on boats. A video displaying the spine tingling illusion is below.

Artist: | Vimeo | [via: welikethat / designboom]

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Turning The Place Over by Richard Wilson
Triggered by light sensors this incredible installation consists of an 8 metre oval cut out from a buildings facade which continuously rotates through out day time hours. Although originally being created as a temporary installation the immense popularity of the piece meant it was left rotating for over three and half years. Unfortunately in January of last year the piece was official shut off, but you can see a video demonstration below showing the piece in all its glory.

Artists: | Website | [via: BizarreBeyondBelief]

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Turning The Place Over by Richard Wilson
Triggered by light sensors this incredible installation consists of an 8 metre oval cut out from a buildings facade which continuously rotates through out day time hours. Although originally being created as a temporary installation the immense popularity of the piece meant it was left rotating for over three and half years. Unfortunately in January of last year the piece was official shut off, but you can see a video demonstration below showing the piece in all its glory.

Artists: | Website | [via: BizarreBeyondBelief]

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Turning The Place Over by Richard Wilson
Triggered by light sensors this incredible installation consists of an 8 metre oval cut out from a buildings facade which continuously rotates through out day time hours. Although originally being created as a temporary installation the immense popularity of the piece meant it was left rotating for over three and half years. Unfortunately in January of last year the piece was official shut off, but you can see a video demonstration below showing the piece in all its glory.

Artists: | Website | [via: BizarreBeyondBelief]

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Turning The Place Over by Richard Wilson
Triggered by light sensors this incredible installation consists of an 8 metre oval cut out from a buildings facade which continuously rotates through out day time hours. Although originally being created as a temporary installation the immense popularity of the piece meant it was left rotating for over three and half years. Unfortunately in January of last year the piece was official shut off, but you can see a video demonstration below showing the piece in all its glory.

Artists: | Website | [via: BizarreBeyondBelief]

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Turning The Place Over by Richard Wilson

Triggered by light sensors this incredible installation consists of an 8 metre oval cut out from a buildings facade which continuously rotates through out day time hours. Although originally being created as a temporary installation the immense popularity of the piece meant it was left rotating for over three and half years. Unfortunately in January of last year the piece was official shut off, but you can see a video demonstration below showing the piece in all its glory.

Artists: | Website | [via: BizarreBeyondBelief]

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CRYSTAL by Studio Roosegaarde
This interactive installation piece is comprised of 700 small LED rocks which interact with people as the walk across them. They react to both light and sound and actively “breathe” while no one is stepping across them. The LED rocks are wirelessly charged by the powermat which they are placed on and users are encouraged to move, swap, and replace the Crystals, which in turn affects the overall breathing pattern of the rocks in their dormant state. A video demonstration is embedded below.

Artists: | Website | Vimeo | [via: Visual News]

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CRYSTAL by Studio Roosegaarde
This interactive installation piece is comprised of 700 small LED rocks which interact with people as the walk across them. They react to both light and sound and actively “breathe” while no one is stepping across them. The LED rocks are wirelessly charged by the powermat which they are placed on and users are encouraged to move, swap, and replace the Crystals, which in turn affects the overall breathing pattern of the rocks in their dormant state. A video demonstration is embedded below.

Artists: | Website | Vimeo | [via: Visual News]

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CRYSTAL by Studio Roosegaarde
This interactive installation piece is comprised of 700 small LED rocks which interact with people as the walk across them. They react to both light and sound and actively “breathe” while no one is stepping across them. The LED rocks are wirelessly charged by the powermat which they are placed on and users are encouraged to move, swap, and replace the Crystals, which in turn affects the overall breathing pattern of the rocks in their dormant state. A video demonstration is embedded below.

Artists: | Website | Vimeo | [via: Visual News]

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CRYSTAL by Studio Roosegaarde
This interactive installation piece is comprised of 700 small LED rocks which interact with people as the walk across them. They react to both light and sound and actively “breathe” while no one is stepping across them. The LED rocks are wirelessly charged by the powermat which they are placed on and users are encouraged to move, swap, and replace the Crystals, which in turn affects the overall breathing pattern of the rocks in their dormant state. A video demonstration is embedded below.

Artists: | Website | Vimeo | [via: Visual News]

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CRYSTAL by Studio Roosegaarde

This interactive installation piece is comprised of 700 small LED rocks which interact with people as the walk across them. They react to both light and sound and actively “breathe” while no one is stepping across them. The LED rocks are wirelessly charged by the powermat which they are placed on and users are encouraged to move, swap, and replace the Crystals, which in turn affects the overall breathing pattern of the rocks in their dormant state. A video demonstration is embedded below.

Artists: | Website | Vimeo | [via: Visual News]

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