I like places.
That's why I like travelling.
But my definition of "travelling" does not necessarily include the need to move far from the places one usually spends one's time or calls home. I found, ... more »
Words can hardly describe what I feel for this video clip, which I discovered recently.
The short movie "C'était und rendez-vous", by Claude Lelouch, dates back to 1976 and is about 8 minutes and ... more »
What is this?
By the time of writing this post, Cachemonet.com has been online for a while already.
Still, upon revisiting the site again today after a couple of months, the question still arises. ... more »
I've always been a fan of taking pictures of typography or signs on the go. It's everywhere around us – beautiful, ugly, shiny and new or weathered and rotten. Actually it's pretty impossible to go from ... more »
"Vorher Nachher" is a project by Christian Thomas.
It tries to document changes to everyday consumer goods by collecting photographies of different label designs of the objects.
Die Kulisse unseres ... more »
Interesting net art installation by Charles Broskoski.
What strikes me most about this piece is the way it deals with the relationship of authors vs. readers and the possibility of interconnecting them. ... more »
This is a nice one.
A work of game art by UBERMORGEN.COM, and an homage to mid-90s net art.
Clickistan resides between the 7th and 8th bit of every byte
it is ruled by generosity and playful curiosity
its ... more »
Pieces of berlin is a photoblog by Florian Reischauer about Berlin and its people.
I especially like the fact that the artist works with an old medium format camera and expired films - it gives a very ... more »
Now, this is what I call creative use of whitespace.
Seattle based Lead Pencil Studio have created a stunning installation at the U.S. / Canada boarder close to Vancouver. A steel frame framing nothing ... more »