Filmmaker Ryan Fox taped a GoPro camera to a car wheel and then drove down a city street, creating this mesmerizing video of ever-changing circular patterns of light. He has more GoPro experiments on his Vimeo channel.
Russian photographer Alexander Dragunov has documented the visually striking architecture of the Stockholm Metro system — from its cave-like stations to its extensive art installations — in this beautiful photo series. Dragunov has compiled selected photos from the series in his book Tunnelbana. Some of his Metro photos are also available as prints. Dragunov recently took the BBC on a tour of the system.
photos by Alexander Dragunov
Artist Yumi Okita creates gorgeous fabric sculptures of moths, butterflies, and other insects. She crafts the sculptures by hand out of a combination of fabric, fake fur, and feathers, with fine details added via embroidery and fabric paint. Okita sells her sculptures on her Etsy store.
photos via Yumi Okita
San Francisco hackerspace Noisebridge has launched an Indiegogo campaign to finance much needed repairs and upgrades to its Mission district facility. The campaign, entitled Noisebridge Reboot 2014, will pay for electrical and structural repairs for the facility, as well as repairs and replacements of some of Noisebridge’s tools and equipment.
Our philosophy is simple: Be Excellent to each other.
Noisebridge lives up to this credo by providing the workspace, access to tools, mentoring, and education that can change peoples lives. 3D printing, coding, science, art, music, robotics, neurohacking, biohacking, and much much more.
Nick Farr of the Playa Postal Union has launched a project to help every participant of the 2014 Burning Man festival mail a postcard from the Black Rock Desert to recipients anywhere in the world. The project entails printing and providing postage for 70,000 postcards — the Playa Postal Union will mail the postcards as part of their role as the festival’s volunteer-powered postal system. Farr is raising funds for the endeavor on Indiegogo.
Every year, burners are shocked to learn Black Rock City has a functioning postal system. We are the team that lets you send mail to and from Burning Man.
Through our locations in the 9 O’Clock (PO9) and 3 O’Clock (BRC3PO) plazas, we offer every participant the opportunity to deliver incoming mail and create their own mail destined for the default world.