In this photo series titled – “Art is Everywhere”, I will be exposing anything visually that strikes me as unique, different, or just plain raw.
Canadian music producer Kaytranada made a solid remix to Cherrelle’s classic track “Saturday Love” that will blow your sock off.
Young says Internet addiction is defined by the consequences of the addict’s Internet use, rather than just the number of hours online.
Like a digital clock, the digital sundial displays the current time using digits. In the true tradition of all sundials, the device is purely passive – it operates without electricity, and has no moving parts.
Artist Jennifer Maravillas is mapping Brooklyn, all of Brooklyn. “The name of my map is 71 Square Miles because that’s how big the borough is,” she tells ANIMAL, peeling old crinkled off posts and picking up scribbled-up and torn-out lined paper from the sidewalk. “I’m interested in trash because it shows so much about people’s lives. It’s language and design and it’s more this little piece of thing that’s flying around in the wind.”
A harmless but self-propagating line of code earned its own three-minute segment that year, accompanied by an interview with a “part-time Virus Hunter” and (inexplicably) gameplay clips of Atari’s famously terrible E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial.
Eddie “The donkey from Shrek” Murphy is making a serious reggae album with Snoop Lion, a.k.a. Snoop Dogg, a.k.a. that rapper that you liked when you’re 13.
In celebration of the 20th anniversary of their classic record 93 ‘Til Infinity, Souls of Mischief graciously opened their vaults to give Gummy Soul the exclusive acapellas of the album, to remix for the first time ever.
“Voice Tunnel” is an installation created by Mexican-Canadian artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer that will turn Manhattan’s Park Avenue Tunnel into a pedestrian space where visitors can record clips of their voices while walking through the tunnel. Alongside a syncopated light display, those recordings are then be fed back through 180 speakers, creating an undulating experience of light and sound.
Human aims to compete in an overcrowded market that includes sensor-laden wearable gizmos, like the FitBits and Jawbone Ups and Nike Fuel Bands, on the basis of its simplicity, arguing that Human can bring health and happiness to the rest of us mere mortals, and in a way that actually sustains app usage.