Don’t you want to meet the guys (and girls) behind this collection of
running projects snapped outside a diner in Brooklyn last March?
Roland Sands, meh. Nice camera work, awesome sound track, silly bike
stunts, yay! (Sound)
Having views of Earth from space is one of the defining differences
between the late 20th century and all that went before in how we
perceive our place on the planet. This collection highlights sand
dunes. Particularly interesting is this image of Lake Eyre in
Australia. The normally dry and dune filled lake bed is partially
refilled with water due to heavy rains in May of last year.
Tech and Design
The only thing cooler than this stainless steel hose is the
realization of it’s true purpose.
The eReader will have slipped firmly in the category of commodity
hardware by summer of 2010, predicts Ars. Here’s what’s around the
corner for the rest of the year.
Art, Images, Illustration
Yuken Teruya’s cut paper projects use everyday items like fast food
bags and toilet paper rolls to build delicate forests. This is the bag
project, among the other bests are Corner Forest and Free Fish. (links
at the top of the gallery page.)
Another user of toilet paper rolls, Anatassia Elias creates
silhouetted scenes from a nostalgic past
Not paper. Cut steel. Cal Lane makes lace with industrial discards and
a plasma torch. (NSFW nudity and sexual poses in doillies)