Yaaaaaayyyy it’s Friday! (Amirite?)
Start the popcorn!! Video time.
“In this short documentary filmed at Charlie Hebdo in 2006, cartoonists and editors design a satirical front page image of Muhammad.”
So sad that there now has to be a “before the massacre” period, but there it is.
This is the insanely intricate art created “in-situ” in natural environments by Michael Grab out of Boulder, Colorado. This is the most intensely complex installation art I’ve ever seen. So amazing.
Lots more information at his website, where you can also purchase prints and other merchandise. Well done, sir.
Sent in by Cassie P.
“These are 3-D printed sculptures designed to animate when spun under a strobe light. The placement of the appendages is determined by the same method nature uses in pinecones and sunflowers.”
I could never have imagined that something like this would be created by someone. Beautiful!
Whoever is making these is amazing at foley and sound editing. This is great.
“All the illion’s from Cosmos by Carl Sagan.”
It begins to sound ridiculous pretty quickly. Funny (ish)
Have a great weekend everybody. See you next week.