Absorbed By Light sculpture by Design Bridge's...

Absorbed By Light sculpture by Design Bridge's Gali May Lucas for the 2018 Amsterdam Light Festival. Perfectly highlighting our screen obsessions, while becoming the perfect instagram photo spot too... (Want more? See and [Author: submitted]
Tags: Design, Amsterdam, Lucas, Submitted, GALI

This Video Explains Everything You Need to Know About My Favorite Science Fiction Superstructure

Superstructures—giant, impossible machines or buildings, popular in science fiction, more or less impossible in reality—are the absolute best. They are my jam. The Dyson Sphere is the best one. Read more...
Tags: Science, Design, Dyson Sphere, Superstructures

Banksy Season’s Greetings

Powerful artwork created by Banksy for the Christmas and holiday season. “Season’s Greetings” from street artist Banksy painted on the walls of a garage in Port Talbot, Wales. Also check out: Hipster Nativity Set
Tags: Design, Inspiration, Banksy, PORT TALBOT Wales, Banksy Season

Guggenheim #10 in my 20-Year-Series

Introducing the 10th Guggenheim in my 20-year-series… aptly titled, “Guggenheim 10”. By all accounts — this painting was a journey. After kicking-off the under-painting of this piece in June, I noticed the canvas was warped, so I slashed it to bits, and started over. Following that, I found myself traveling around the world… Vegas, Paris, …
Tags: Art, NYC, Manhattan, Oil Painting, Exploration, Contemporary Art, Hybrid, Painting Process, Acrylic Painting, Guggenheim, Borbay, Western Art, Guggenheim Painting, Painting Of The Guggenheim, NYC Art, Guggenheim Art

Watch This Poster Artist Run Down the MCU's Best and Worst Designs

I’m passionate about movie posters, but I can’t say I really understand the craft of making them. James Verdesoto, a poster artist with a long career that includes, among others, the iconic poster for Pulp Fiction, does, though. And he’s generous enough to share. Read more...
Tags: Art, Science, Marvel, Marvel Studios, Movie Posters, James Verdesoto

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

Manhattan's "Phallus Palace," Oslo's move become car-free, snow season apps and more in our journey through the internet Oslo Moves to Become a Car-Free City In an effort to make its downtown more pedestrian- and cyclist-friendly, Oslo will remove the couple hundred remaining parking spots left in its city center. The development aims to turn the most heavily trafficked areas into to car free zones to …
Tags: Art, Apps, Wearables, Music, Design, Environment, Beer, Wearable Tech, Cycling, Skiing, Nsfw, Manhattan, Lgbtq, Solar System, Snowsports, Oslo

On observing one’s past

Let me share a memory with you. It’s a childhood memory, about an event from when I was around 13 or 14 years old. My father and I are playing soccer together. He is the goalkeeper, standing between the posts, I am the striker, taking shots from outside the box. My dad has been encouraging me to shoot with my weaker left foot, to develop the skills that come more easily on my more natural right side. He throws the ball to me, I control it on my chest, let it drop, and hit a sweetly-timed volley ...
Tags: Art, Books, Featured, Language, Philosophy, Psychoanalysis, Arts & Humanities, Pixabay, Philosophy Of Mind, 20th Century Philosophy, Philosophy Of Language, Christopher McCarroll, Human Memory

Driving Through The Woods of Euphoria

No place in Greece holds the same transcendent raw energy as that found in the deep, dark woods of Laconia, nestled on the southeast of the Peloponnese, Greece. This is a mystical land of austere natural elements that are intricately interwoven with the stern constitution of its inhabitants, and the Doric presence of Mystras: The Byzantine town, whose castles stand tall, perched on cobblestoned...
Tags: Art, Greece, Laconia, Peloponnese Greece

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