Alexa Meade's complicated canvas

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Wow, this is fantastic work by Alexa Meade.  It's not a painting of a person but a photograph of a painted person.

Check out her Flickr page for some additional work and some behind the scenes images.

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How the Mast Brothers make chocolate

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The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind

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Mike Mitchell

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I've been alive for ever . . .

9:16 AM / Posted by Andy / comments (0)

I've been waiting for a chance to make a Barry Manilow reference just so I could post some link-bait for the hordes of Fanilows.   This has nothing to do with who writes the songs.  Instead, this is coverage of a Russian biochemist who has created an antioxidant that will slow aging.

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If it rains indoors is it still unlucky to open an umbrella?

9:23 AM / Posted by Andy / comments (0)

The video is in German so you may need to visit this website to get a feel for what they've created.

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Once Upon A Time by Benjamin Lacombe

9:20 AM / Posted by Andy / comments (0)

Adults should be allowed to have picture books too.  Why should kids get all of this sort of beautiful illustration?  You can see more of his work on his site.

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The Kharkiv Regional Administration building is really cool

9:14 AM / Posted by Andy / comments (0)

As you may tell from how many times I've posted videos like this, I love images projected on building.  Maybe it's because I spent so much time at the drive-in when I was a teen-ager.

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Things we say wrong

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Facebook (from past centuries)

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What better way to prove that you have a good liberal arts education than laughing at historical references?  (If you are offended by salty language, skip to the next entry.)


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Siftables - TED Talks

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Toys are so much cooler than when I was a kid.

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A tribute, jamon

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Timelapse photography with a cinematic flair

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Timelapse Montage from Mike Flores on Vimeo.

There's nothing new about timelapse animations but you don't normally see them created on a dolly outside of Hollywood movies.  A camera dolly might seem like a small thing but it turns these animations into drop-droppers.

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