This do-it yourself project was taken on by a guy who wanted to build a Numitron Clock that tells the time and the temperature. These types of clocks work on the principal of incandescent filament displays. The details involved are as difficult as us learning chinese, however one can appreciate the design endeavor. Visit Industructables [...]
Movies are not the only source of entertainment that uses trailers to entice a viewer. Books have jumped on the trailer bandwagon which has become just important as directing marketing tools when getting the word of a new release. Here is the trailer for the book Unfamiliar Fishes by Sarah Vowell, an examination of our [...]
MOVIE REVIEW: BATTLE LA – It’s not as bad as critics make it out to be. Sci-fi thriller Battle L.A. (directed by Jonathan Liebesman) is a classic example by which one can critique it and use the term “It’s all relative”. What the average moviegoer wants versus the critics aspiration for this film where polar opposites. The [...]
New Image Sculpture exhibition which runs until May 08, 2011 assembles works by emerging and mid-career artists who freely appropriate from art history, ethnographic artifacts, fashion, folk art, hobby crafts, popular culture, and the world of do-it-yourself. These artists transform widely available materials, many found on the shelves of hardware stores and building suppliers, into [...]
Behind the scenes look explaining the systems and concepts of the exhibition design of Brit Insurance Designs of the Year. Filmed by David Kohn Architects at the Design Museum.
The Adjustment Bureau (2011) If you blended parts of ‘The Matrix’ with the film ‘Serendipity’ you’d get the The Adjustment Bureau. Imagine if your life was predestined and no matter the supposed choices you make, your path in life is ultimately not really up to you. This is the premise of The Adjustment Bureau (directed [...]