Anamorphic Typography

Joseph Egan created a wonderful Anamorphic Typography installation at Chelsea College of Art & Design in London. See more at Laughing Squid. … [Read more...]

Tim Minchin’s White Wine In The Sun – Animated

Oh, and apparently Tim Minchin is a genius. Took long enough for the rest of the world to find out.Here he is again - all about Cheese. … [Read more...]

Marian Call’s Something Fierce Now On Amazon

If you listened to the recent Skeptically Speaking when it was live-streaming and suddenly heard this song about 'nerds and geeks' when the connection dropped:Then you should be listening to this and getting the latest album, Something Fierce:If you buy more than one copy at this URL you get 30% off your order! http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/mariancall4 Also available at Amazon.com now, so stick it on your wish list: Something Fierce It also streams for free, beginning to end, a … [Read more...]

Address Is Approximate

Address Is Approximate from The Theory on Vimeo. … [Read more...]

Vale Anne McCaffery

Lord, I'm close enough to epitaph writing that I wouldn't be very witty. I think 'Story Teller' would be a good summation. Anne McCaffery. I share the sentiments of Scott Sigler, who wrote on Facebook: Anne McCaffrey has passed away. She was my favorite author as a kid. I couldn't get enough of Pern, Dragonflight, Dragonsinger and the Crystal Singer. Anne created magic, pure and simple. I read the paperbacks over and over, until they were crumbling. Out of all the books I read as a kid (and … [Read more...]

Poland’s Flying Lanterns

Part of the November Break Series – November 20th. I’ll be back on December 5th.Poland set a world record for flying the most floating lanterns. You better believe it looked amazing. … [Read more...]

Synesthesia

Part of the November Break Series - November 18th. I'll be back in December.Synesthesia from Terri Timely on Vimeo.syn·es·the·sia syn·aes·the·sia (sĭn'ĭs-thē'zhə) n. A condition in which one type of stimulation evokes the sensation of another, as when the hearing of a sound produces the visualization of a color. A sensation felt in one part of the body as a result of stimulus applied to another, as in referred pain. The description of one kind of sense impression by using words that normall … [Read more...]

Nathalie Miebach: Art Made Of Storms

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Simon Page’s Designs For 2011 The International Year Of Chemistry

Part of the November Break Series – I’ll be back blogging as usual on December 5th.At the end of 2009 you might remember that I designed the prints for the International Year of Astronomy which, unexpectedly, was a massive hit and really helped promote a worthwhile campaign. Now we are in 2011 and this year it is the turn of the International Year of Chemistry. ...IYC prints are now available to buy, see individual purchase links below each image or view the entire set at inprnt. Also you can v … [Read more...]

Catvertising

Part of the November Break Series – I’ll be back blogging as usual on December 5th.Thanks to Jim WW Smith for this find. … [Read more...]

Monday Morning Muse – Mostly Mouse. And Marie Curie. AND MARIAN CALL!!

Monday Morning Muse - Because I Have To Have Somewhere To Post All These Photos.First of all - Marian Call interview out on the Token Skeptic podcast today! As soon as I've wrangled Libsyn to upload the audio, that is. So, expect that to be in about two hours. Once this cup of tea has kicked in. Here's some of the transcript: Kylie Sturgess:  For people who aren't familiar with your music, I try to find a way to describe it, and it's kind of a difficult style to pin down. Then you Tweeted … [Read more...]