In the Category art


Posted December 13th, 2010 at 4:47 pm. There are 0 comments.


Post it drawings about management by Marc Johns

Included in an exhibition with the theme of Manager in Zurich

round things

Posted October 25th, 2010 at 11:24 am. There are 0 comments.


Approximately 1,376 Silos, Water Towers, and other Cylindrical-Industrial Buildings

by Jenny Odell

Be sure to check out the other satellite collections as well the ministry of approximate travel

what is approximate traveling? In order to travel approximately, I made use of any source of information I could find online, relying especially on Google Street View, photo databases (Panoramio, Picasa, Flickr), review sites (Yelp, TripAdvisor, CitySearch, Insider Pages), and virtual tours of monuments, restaurants, hotels, etc. I transported myself into one place after another, both by writing a travel narrative and by superimposing myself onto photos I found online. The people I “met” were disgruntled hotel reviewers, restaurant ravers, and anyone who took the time to upload their story in one form or another to a site like Google Maps.

graffyard is visual embed tags for the city

Posted May 18th, 2010 at 11:57 am. There are 0 comments.


graffyard makes past graffiti made visible after it has been cleaned up.
It’s a nice example of encoding the visual history of the city onto itself. One can imagine a future where city walls have a secondary digital presence and all advertising, graffiti and signage takes place via a persistent visual augmented reality system. The city becomes a contiguous blank canvas, a physical platform encoded with embed tags for the reality we want to see. Maybe.

jan dibbets

Posted May 18th, 2010 at 10:54 am. There are 0 comments.


In the vein of recent art exhibitions I did not see one of my favorite artists Jan Dibbets, the conceptual photographer that held a large influence on me during my last two years in architecture school had a recent exhibition at the Gladstone Gallery. His obsession with the horizon is still unwavering, and collision of perspective and flatness still hold strong,

subtle street art

Posted May 14th, 2010 at 1:58 pm. There are 0 comments.


I couldn’t love something like this more. Clever hidden in plain sight street art that creates a small moment of delight for the few people that catch a glimpse at the right time.

via Wooster Collective


Posted May 6th, 2010 at 3:48 pm. There are 0 comments.

Florian Maier-Aichen, Untitled (Freeway Crash), 2002

Gagosian London is having had an exhibition of art inspired by J.G. Ballard, titled Crash.
Sadly I missed it.

history of the sky

Posted March 10th, 2010 at 7:42 pm. There are 0 comments.


History of the Sky captures the fluid atmospheric phenomena above the San Francisco Exploratorium in timelapse format. Each frame is a single day, shots taken every 10 seconds.


Watch in HD on the youtube

found functions

Posted February 23rd, 2010 at 2:04 pm. There are 0 comments.


Photographer and Mathematician Nikki Graziano photographs math found in nature


Posted January 14th, 2010 at 11:05 am. There are 0 comments.

American Pixels.jpg

Artist Jörg M. Colberg creates images that are compressed with a customized jpeg compression scheme.

ajpegis a new image compression algorithm where the focus is not on making its compression efficient but, rather, on making its result interesting.

ajpeg is intended to go the opposite way: Instead of creating an image artificially with the intent of making it look as photo-realistic as possible, it takes an image captured from life and transforms it into something that looks real and not real at the same time.

james hopkins

Posted November 5th, 2009 at 11:04 am. There are 0 comments.


Seriously awesome work by James Hopkins. Be sure to checkout the Balanced Works on his website.

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