“Between 2003 and 2006, French conceptual artist Philippe Ramette created a series of gravity-defying photographs that show him in seemingly impossible poses. These illusions were not created digitally.”
Click here to see more of these amazing photos, and to ruin the magic of how they were created.
"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.
"Today in awesome: A Brazilian company called Guitar Pee has created a musical urinal that turns your stream into a solo. When your flow hits the tabs in the urinal, prerecorded, solo guitar sounds play. New meaning to the word Guitar Wiz.”
I wonder how much water I’d have to drink to re-create “Stairway to Heaven.”
Andrew Maynard Architects have designed this playful home called “The Hill House”. The home is located in Melbourne, Australia. The unique design involves a cantilever unit that acts as the passive solar eave, cutting out summer sun, while letting winter sun flood in. This unit sits on top of the main level of the home, which is built inside an artificial hill. The huge glass door on the main level allows for an easy transition between the interior and exterior of the home.
Reminiscent of a miniature golf course and skate park combined, Hill House is a wonderful and unique creation that blends form and function perfectly.
The Coachella 2013 Hologram Lineup. There are some amazing acts on here, but I think that Bob Marley and the Beatles could be higher on the bill. That being said, hologram or not, this would be an absolutely epic show!