Snowflakes under the microscope.
by Alexey Kljatov
Photo credit: Vladimir Longauer
This is a forest in Norway.
I have exams coming up. I want to escape in these woods and not come out for a while….
Artist Jung Lee
Jung Lee is an artist from Seoul, South Korea that created a series of photos from light installations in unpopulated places. The contrast between the artificial light and natural environment and the sentimental words to someone in a place where there is no one is quite beautiful :)
RIP my sweet love. I was hoping to have you for so much longer. You were such a sweet cat.
My sweet little baby was hit by a car tonight. I picked up her mangled body after someone called us to inform us her body was lying in front of our house. I put her limp mangled body in a little box. I am waiting until morning to burry her. I wish I could go to sleep and wake up and all of this would have been a bad dream.
the Human Harp
by: Sound and Performance artist Di Mainstone
As she walked across the Brooklyn Bridge she began to notice its resemblance to a harp. The suspension chords vibrate at certain frequencies that emit sound. Not quite music for most pedestrians walking across the bridge. Di Mainstone wanted to have an interactive performance, using her whole body to wield the instrument.
I was sitting in a café in Paris and took pictures of people that were walking across the street. This man was taking a stroll in a nice suit smoking a cigar.
tableware by qiyun deng
biodegradable tableware imitating the texture and look of fruits and vegetables.
Amsterdam design firm - pivot creative
Pivot creative came up with a design that bring indirect interaction between people. The red clip attaches to public benches allowing anyone to attach books or newspapers to the bench and share with the next person that passes by.