I haven’t come across too many interviews from Mike Giant, especially ones that are so candid and to the point. This is a good one.
Ward Roberts traveled the globe from 2008 on, photographing tennis and basketball courts in Hong Kong, Melbourne, New York, Bali, and London. Inspired by the dynamic lines of the court, and drenched with impeccable color, this series has been shot on film, offering a peek into the culture and architecture of the public spaces
An Alan Turing Edition Monopoly set has now been officially launched by Bletchley Park, the place where Turing worked for the Government Code and Cypher School (GCCS) at Bletchley Park, Britain’s code breaking centre, during World War II.
In this special edition of Monopoly, the squares around the board and revised Chance and Community Chest cards tell the story of Alan Turing’s life along with key elements of the original hand-drawn board, which the great mathematician played on with a young William in the early 1950s – and lost.
Turing is perhaps best known for his part in breaking the Nazis’ Enigma code with the team at Bletchley Park, but as you well know his other largest legacy is having created the mathematical models during his time at King’s College, Cambridge, that went on to become one of the cornerstones of computer science. As a small tribute to this fact Google have kindly bought the first 1,000 units as a donation to the Bletchley Park Trust.
Hopefully a little something to make you smile as you read this blog post on your Turing machine!Comments (0)
Shwood founder Eric Singer teamed up with friends and “bona fide virtuoso of custom surf and snowboard construction” Joe Blecha to create a unique wooden surfboard using reclaimed wood found on the Oregon coast. Kahana Kalama, professional surfer turned shop-owner was there to test the limits of the handmade board upon its completion.Comments (0)
FOLLOWING ON FROM THE FIRST CLIP I POSTED FROM “WONDERS OF THE UNIVERSE” IN WHICH PROFESSOR BRIAN COX EXPLAINED HOW ALL OF THE DIFFERENT ELEMENTS ARE MADE, IN THIS CLIP FROM THE SERIES, BRIAN EXPLAINS EXACTLY HOW WE ARE ABLE TO DEDUCE WHAT ANY STAR IS MADE OF JUST BY ANALYZING THEIR LIGHT. REAL THOUGHT PROVOKING STUFF!Comments (0)
Very few artists so consistently surprise me as does Geoff McFetridge. With each batch of new work he seems to wittel away a little more to find a beautiful minimum of shape and form. It’s a great lesson that is slowly starting to sink into my own work. His latest work, Around Us & Between
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Usis now showing through October 26 at Ivory & Black Gallery in London.
As a professional day dreamer, I have spent many hours staring at clouds and being intrigued by their way of triggering the mind of endless
imagination. I have once imagined that I create a room full of fluffy clouds in which I can sleep on or formulate a room full of various weather conditions! May I introduce you to Berndnaut Smilde, the photographer who made my imagination a reality by controlling the temperature and humidity of a room. Although the conditions in the room only allow them to be present temporarily, the formation of these clouds make it hard not to dismiss the science behind it all and just take in the beauty of the moment.Comments (0)
The name Coren in old English means “chosen” or “precious”, and if you can you spare $25,000 and 40 hours wait, then this precious bike could be yours. This bicycle was designed by Christian Zanzotti and are currently made by a German company called UBC . The Coren is hand-made in less than a day, weighs only 7,700 grams and is available in single speed or fixed gear with a third model currently under construction. The bikes are built with the type of carbon fiber that is usually associated with Formula 1 cars and the aerospace industry, hence the “affordable” pricing, but with a unique looking frame which uses a belt drive instead of a chain.
Mage Design’s eyewear creations for Spy Optic’s Performance Series are spotlighted in a video testimonial by Italian triathlete, Andrea Schiliro’. As Andrea puts it, “the city can be boring and rough; it depends on how you see it and how you use it.” With streamlined, lightweight features like
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