Peek Inside the Lamborghini Factory →
Photo essay: The Italian automaker founded in 1963 by feisty Ferrari hater Ferruccio Lamborghini built a long line of swoopy exotics that demanded passionate, dedicated drivers.
Today is the 29th anniversary of email →
On August 30th, 1982, 29 years ago, 16-year old V. A. Shiva copyrighted EMAIL along with the GUI we still use today with the fields To: From: Cc: Bcc: Subject: Reply, Reply All, Forward and Email body and attachment.
F16 Full operational →
A micro camera is installed onboard an radio controlled plane F-16.
The Life of Hurricane Irene from Caribbean to... →
An animation of satellite observations from August 21 through August 29 showing the birth of Hurricane Irene in the Caribbean and her track over Puerto Rico, Hispaniola, the Bahamas, the U.S. East Coast and into Canada.
Back from Irene →
Currently stranded in the Bronx, I live in dreaded Zone A in LIC but it seems like everything is OK, just waiting for all the trains to come back online. Our prayers to the families for those who were killed.
Say Something Nice →
improveverywhere constructed a custom wooden lectern with a megaphone holster and an attached sign that read, Say Something Nice. The lectern was placed in public spaces around New York and then left alone. Heres what happened. if you don’t smile once by the end you maybe a robot
Epic Time-Lapse of Lightning Storms Under the... →
Time-lapse photographer Randy Halverson spent three months hunting thunderstorms at night in central South Dakota using a Canon 5D Mark II, Canon 60D, and Canon T2i. Capturing both the storms and the Milky Way in the same shots proved to be a difficult task:
Stocking is the new planking →
Stocking is the new planking. Crazy
Photos Of The Damage Caused By The East Coast... →
East coast earth quake pics. I was sitting here in my home office and thought a truck went by, I looked outside and saw a truck driving away and thought, thats strange, we never feel the trucks. Best comment on gothamist- williamsburg felt the earthquake two years ago.
skrekkogle.com is a studio that does what it very well pleases, experimenting with products and electronics and the like.
Water jetpack! →
The JETLEV-FLYER employs a powerful 4-stroke engine and water nozzle reaction force to achieve stable, controlled flight.
The Juice Box Camera →
100% pure photo joy: a 35mm camera for lo-fi snaps and gorgeous vignetting.
Superbad is a noted web art installation created by Ben Benjamin in 1997. It received a 1999 Webby in the “Weird” category, and was one of nine websites featured in the Whitney Museum Biennial in 2000. wikipedia
facebook messenger →
Facebook Messenger is a stand-alone mobile app that lets you message friends right on their phones.
Abbreviations Stormtrooper Edition →
Abbreviations are an inevitable part of being a web developer. HTML, CSS, HTTP, XML the list goes on and on. Take the Abbreviations Quiz.
12 Ways to Make Photographs That Are Guaranteed to... →
Scott Bourne has blog post of a dozen ways to make pictures that are guaranteed to improve your portfolio.
AIGA|Aquent Survey of Design Salaries 2011 →
The AIGA|Aquent Survey of Design Salaries is the most comprehensive annual survey of compensation data for the communication design profession in the United States.
Another Google + →
The Google+ movie is years away. In the meantime, this song answers all your questions about what the heck it actually is.
Today's Levitation →
Natsumi Hayashi has a great series of levitation photos on her blog, yowayowacamera.com. She explains the process here.
Double Exposure Photography →
Double Exposure, or Multiple Exposure, is a photographic technique that combines 2 different images into a single image.
One Million Frames Per Second →
New Phantom High-Speed Camera Shoots One Million Frames Per Second
High Speed Photos, Tokyo Trains →
Tokyo based photographer Appuru Pai takes high speed photos with a slow shutter on Tokyo trains.
Images of Riots in London →
The Atlantic, in focus section, images of riots in London.
NYC Subway Graffiti In The Early 1970s →
These photos were all taken in 1973 and 1974, documenting the graffiti-marked subway system of New York City.
A Day in California →
Ryan Killackey’s film using time lapse and tilt shift photography. A Day in California
Anne Hathaway as Catwoman →
The Internet was blitzed early Friday morning with a new series of spy photographs taken at or perhaps just across the street from the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania set of The Dark Knight Rises.
Create your newspaper today. Turn Twitter, Facebook and RSS feeds into online newspapers in just a few clicks.
MOVE by Rick Mereki →
3 guys, 44 days, 11 countries, 18 flights, 38 thousand miles, an exploding volcano, 2 cameras and almost a terabyte of footage, all to turn 3 ambitious linear concepts based on movement, learning and food into 3 beautiful and hopefully compelling short films.
Beauty Of Nature →
acrisdesign.com has placed some beautiful examples of nature photography. Enjoy!
NYC 2nd ave subway construction worker →
Gary, construction worker on the 2nd ave subway line sings during lunch hour.
Game of Thrones →
Spoiler, Visual Effects created by BlueBolt for the first season of Game of Thrones.
Can You Spot the Humans? →
3D animations are becoming so good, you won’t be able to separate computer-generated people from actual humans.
Big Picture, South Korean deluge →
After a month of heavy rain saturated mountainsides, a fresh deluge sent landslides sweeping into Seoul last week. @bigpicture was there.
A Pop-Up Guggenheim as Urban Laboratory →
This week Guggenheim is opening a pop-up gathering space on a gritty, city-owned lot in the East Village that until a few weeks ago was all rats and rubble, as one Guggenheim official described it.
The killer wit of ancient Greece →
Ancient Greece is well known for its scholarship, athletics and mythology, yet students might most appreciate this evidence of an irreverent sense of humor