YouTube-user “QuintonSung” has made a full 8-bit version of Radioheads album Kid A. You can download it at: http://www.mediafire.com/?i1fjgryo63czhhg
Chase Kunz has made a nice little series titled “Retro Star Wars”. You can buy his stuff over at society6.com/chasekunz.
Among the trillions of photography-communities on the net, 500px (just like the fabulous 1x.com) stands out like a shining star. They describe themselves like this: “500px is a photographic community powered by creative people from all over the world that lets you share and discover inspiring photographs.” I have my own profile there of course:...
We all miss Geocities. Richard Vijgen has made a digital archaeology of the world wide web as it exploded into the 21st century: The Deleted City!
Kee Smans “Seascapes” features great examples of long exposure photography. Check it out at Google+ and make sure to visit his website.
User ~limpfish on deviantART has a brilliant tiny gallery posted on his profile. Make sure to check out limpfish gallery, or his website limpfish.com!
Eric Daigh creates huge images of pins. An image usually contains 25000 to 100000 pins.. Make sure to check out Eric’s website daigh.com!
Check out Kings of Convenience new video shot on Eirik’s roof in beautiful Bergen, Norway. It’s a rather slow start, so give it a little time.. http://vimeo.com/29052625
I really love Jakob Wagners series “Urban Zoom” over at Behance. Check it out!
MOTALKO is a documentary about the first Hungarian petrol station. More about the project here http://www.hb-production.com/motalko3D/
Why is this so funny? Is it the animals? Nope, it’s just Chuck Testa.
“A loving gaze cast upon the grandmother wearing dayglow jeggings and a visor.” That pretty much sums it up. The VERY most awesome Tumblr; Accidental Chinese Hipsters
Awesome little video from Australia; “3 guys, 44 days, 11 countries, 18 flights, 38 thousand miles, an exploding volcano, 2 cameras and almost a terabyte of footage… all to turn 3 ambitious linear concepts based on movement, learning and food ….into 3 beautiful and hopefully compelling short films…..” MOVE from Rick Mereki on Vimeo.
Dubstep is a genre of electronic dance music that originated in south London, England. Its overall sound has been described as “tightly coiled productions with overwhelming bass lines and reverberant drum patterns, clipped samples, and occasional vocals
I totally love Liam Braziers style. I beg you to check out his excellent portfolio at www.liambrazier.com
I love these awesome GIFs I found over at some random Tumblr. More here
Just saw OFWGKTA live, and man! Great video: Bonus! Kill People, Burn Shit, Fuck School! Kids these days…
The really really wonderful Tumblr – “Dads: The Original Hipsters”. Chckitout!
Bradley “GMUNK” Munkowitz, Jake Sargeant, and David “dlew” Lewandowski shows how some of the killer CG in Tron Legacy was done. Check out jtnimoy.net.
Website: jasperjames.co.uk English Jasper James works out of Beijing, China. I fell in love his series City Silhouettes.
I. Have. No. Word. Word! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UjyKIq38LoI
Website: www.holtermand.dk (His website seems to be faulty at the moment, but his Behance Gallery is filled up with tons of great photos) fa
Timelapse on Nærøyfjorden, Norway using Canon 7d, 10-22mm @10mm, 1 second exposures at 4 second intervals.
Ok, so not one, but two photographers: Focus Shift, Ivaylo Petrov and Sofia Zasheva from Sofia, Bulgaria. Website: www.f-shift.com
For you design-geeks out there, The Color Clock: Representing time as a hexadecimal color value. View it at thecolourclock.co.uk or download it as a screensaver (Only OSX 10.5/10.6) clicking the links on the bottom left corner.
Swiss Corinne Vionnet has created unique pieces of art from several landmarks all over the world. By collecting several hundreds photos from the same locations and layering them, she has created truly unique and exciting pieces of art.
Website: alexeytitarenko.com Russian Alexey Titarenko is one of my favorite photographers. His “City Of Shadows” series is both excellent creepy and wonderful. Check out Alexeys website which is filled with b&w gems.
Website: irinawerning.com There is a bit of a buzz around Irina Werning on the net theese days towards her ongoing series Back To The Future.
People! You need to download this; Pixelfari, a pixely, 8-bitty browser. Lets surf like its 1989! Download: here!
Website: zarias.com Zack Arias website is awsome. Easy to navigate with huge good looking photos and tips in lots of generes.
Website: leemawdsley.co.uk British photographer Lee Mawdsley got a great website filled up with tons of wonderful photos, reaching from glossy editorial work for Wallpaper* to interesting portraits to mention a few. All photos in the series “A Photographer a Day” here
Website: mrtoledano.com English Phillip Toledano’s work is really varied with the great series “Gamers” to the crazy “Hope & Fear“. Make sure to check out all his series on his website.
Website: noelkernsphotography.com Dallas-based photographer Noel Kerns captures old and abandoned places around Texas in a beautiful way. All photos in the series “A Photographer a Day” here
Graphics Designed is graphic designer Jack Crossing from England. His portfolio jackcrossing.com is just amazing and contains a mixture of photography, typography and various other styles.
Second out in our “A Photographer A Day”; LA based Joshaua Stearns. Website: joshuastearns.com