Can you believe it? It’s finally Friday!
I, for one, definitely can believe it.
“One day skating with Kilian Martin”
Wow. This guy skateboards like he’s interpreting dance moves. I like this. Just the straight goods.
Sent along by Nadia L.
“ok are you ready for the FUN?!? here is cover of hot chip’s ready for the floor, its not exactly perfect but best i can do on the amazing tenorion!!!”
Artist “Little Boots” performs her own cover of this Hot Chip song on a device called a Tenori On, which is a pretty intriguing (and expensive) little device.
“time lapse of me drawing lower manhattan over a few days april 2012. no tracing, hocus pocus or photoshop filters.”
Pretty amazing. Love it. And, yes, it is making the rounds
“A giant human and architectural performance realized by NOTsoNOISY Guillaume Reymond and Trivial Mass Production. The 11 floors tower of the HESAV (Health High School Vaud) has been animated as a rudimentary screen whose pixels are, in fact, all the windows and shutters that students, staff and friends shake for hours.”
Sent in by Kate S.
“Tokyo is extremely distinct city. I would love to introduce plenty of attractive aspects of Tokyo with time-lapse in motion.”
Also is it just me or is 2012 the “year of the timelapse”, where it feels like 2011 was “year of the tilt-shift”?
Either way: cool.
Happy Friday everybody!