Ted Mikulski Tweets in Real Life. That just about says it all I think. [via]
Jonathan Hobin’s In the Playroom series is a disturbing collection of photos of kids acting out various historic scenarios. [via]
The Hourglass is a very elegant video showing how the engineers at the Glaskeller factory create their hour glasses. [via]
What an incredible idea – The PinhEgg is a pinhole camera based within an egg. The pinhole is attached to an opening in a shell and the light passes to the photographic emulsion on the back of the egg where it remains once it’s developed. [via]
Tim Preeble’s latest sound library, Tortured Piano, is about to be released. Take a look at the video. For now though, take a look and listen to the video trailer to see some of the damage – and amazing sonic experiences – that are in store.
The New Sound of Music is a great documentary (in four parts) about the emerging electronic instruments in 1979. There are so many classic moments during the film. Don’t miss Nuclear Nightmares (if you get to the end you’ll know what I mean). [via]
Here it is – the full and uncensored Fight For Your Right: Revisited and it’s mighty fine. So many amazing moments and so many great actors packed into 22 minutes of goodness. [via]
The photos for Elph’s solo show, 1133, are up over at Recoat’s Flickr page. Some amazing work by an amazing artist.
Crystal Gregory’s Invasive Crochet “challenges gender roles by placing handwork on hardened city surfaces around New York”. [via]
My Dog Sighs wishes us all a Happy Easter in the way that he does best.
“People have told me to put it out of the way as the eggs will get stolen but for me that is the point. Who would steal chocolate eggs from the nails in Jesus’ hands? Would they even consider what they are doing? What will be the authority’s view? Will it be seen as offensive?”
I Look forward to finding out the project will be received by the general public and will update this post when news comes in.