Russian photographer Alexey Kljatov has created an ingenious and inexpensive DIY camera rig capable of capturing excellent close-up pictures of snowflakes. All Kljatov’s setup uses is a board, a screw, some tape, a piece of glass and the lens from an old Russian camera - he goes into more detail on how to create it in this blog post. The DIY gear, however, does not detract from the enchanting icy beauty of his photographs. And snowflakes are the perfect models – no two are exactly alike, so each picture will be unique! View original article here.
Humans do incredible crazy things.
The most fascinating thing I have seen in quite a while. The creativity of the human mind is limitless.
Blurring the lines between real and surreal, Miwa Matreyek’s mesmerizing projects integrate animation and live performance, creating an intricate interplay between projected visuals, body, and space.
Hong Kong 2013
14 x 15 x 16,5 meters
The Rubber Duck knows no frontiers, it doesn’t discriminate people and doesn’t have a political connotation. The friendly, floating Rubber Duck has healing properties: it can relieve mondial tensions as well as define them. The rubber duck is soft, friendly and suitable for all ages!
The work has traversed global waters since 2007 and could be seen in St. Nazaire (FR), Sao Paulo (BR), Auckland (NZ), Hasselt (BE),Osaka and Hiroshima (JP), Sydney (AUS), Nürnberg (DE), Amsterdam (NL) and more places.
High speed image of a bullet through crayons
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