"Instagram inspired sun glasses. Branded like a pair of Ray-Bans but allowing you to alter the world around you by using all the traditional filters found in the official Instagram app.
You could then directly upload whatever it was you were looking at, straight from your glasses into your online profile.”
First, I want to say that this is a brilliant concept. I also want to add that the reason I love so many Instagram concepts is because they combine the digital brilliance of the photo-sharing service with the real, physical world.
"X-Fois Gens Chaise, or X-Times People Chair, is a site-specific piece created by German artist Angie Hiesl. During each performance, selected people between the ages of 60 and 70 float overhead on metal white chairs attached to the façade of various buildings.
As the performers sit, perched in the air, they conduct normal, everyday activities such as reading the newspaper, folding clothes, knitting, and having a snack—they just happen to be doing these activities from 20 feet off the ground!”
This brings modern art to a whole new level, literally.
Found this picture on the GoPro Facebook page, in their “Photo of the Day” album. Taken in Pont du Diable, France, this picture encapsulates everything that is great about adventure, and the GoPro camera.
Before the Chicago Bears were running around Soldier Field, it was used for a plethora of different sporting events. Take Ski Jumping for example.
"This jump was constructed in the summer of 1954. The event was sponsored by the Norge Ski Club, based in the northwest Chicago suburb of Fox River Grove. It was erected by Gilco Scaffolding of Des Plaines. The surface was shaved or crushed ice."
"Lofi point and shoot 35mm camera that looks like a juice box!. Super fun and easy to use - just push the straw."
Not really sure who came up with this or why; but I have to admit that it would be fun to snap some fisheye pictures with this bad boy. You can pick up the Juice Box 35mm Camera at Urban Outfitters. I mean where else, right?
This is a photo I never thought I would see. The fact that it even exists is shocking. Never in a million years can I imagine Mr. Rogers, the most kind man ever giving the finger. However, he still does it with a smile, and it somehow makes him even more endearing.