Archive for June 15th, 2010

Chris Lucas, proprietor of Pearl restaurant in Melbourne is set to convert his restaurant to an all iPad operation with specially written interactive software that he claims will make it the first restaurant in Australia to employ the Apple’s tablet for both menus and wine lists. Photo: David Geraghty Lucas already has four iPads with a [...]

Contemporary artist Li Wei, born in Hubei in 1970, currently resides in Bejing, China. Wei started his artistic journey in art school until he decided to focus on his current medium of expression; by defying gravity in his suspended animation photography illusions. Sure you’ve seen photography where people are floating in mid air, but what [...]

Get ready for the 3D takeover. Nintendo 3DS is the first mobile game console to get on the 3D bandwagon. On the outside, the 3DS looks just like the the standard DS clamshell but with one big difference: One of it’s screens has an extra dimension. But rather than mate the standard DS touchscreen with [...]

Rocha Tombal Architecten who designed this Bierings house, brought together form, function and sculpturing to produce an amazing architectural piece of art. Walls don’t end where you would naturally expect them to so furnishings need to be thought out. The house is surrounded by greenery, therefore just about every room has a gorgeous view.

One thing usually leads to another when perusing the internets and we came across this animated video from Gorillaz’s Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett retelling the Chinese Monkey King folk tale. This video is a BBC advert from the Bejing Olympics 2008. The story behind the Monkey King is as follows (via): He was born [...]

DADARHEA is freeform video workshop with a group of guest artists who pride themselves on confounding their audiences, allowing them to employ animation, live action video (on location and greenscreen), musical performance, or any and all improvised & questionable behavior. Through the month of July a residency at OHWOW will take place in order to [...]

Here is a teaser of what to expect on the new ‘On Melancholy Hill’ video from the Gorillaz. The song is off their new album, Plastic Beaches and the video was directed by Jamie Hewlett and Pete Candeland. Get the full video from i-tunes.

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