Johan Deckmann’s fictional book covers of non-existent self help books are brilliant and eerily relatable.
Top visuals to charge you up.
The beautiful work of Fran Rodríguez.
By the always brilliant Iorama Studo – The Jerks is a new app that uses body tracking technology to animate a bunch of fun jerky characters.
Could live in the Metaverse.
Open AI DALL·E
Well here is a can of worms. Fun and frightening all at the same time.
Still a big sucker for these type of delightful mouse art / toys.
Jaume Albert Marti
This rad image series (Ratón Salvaje) from Spanish photographer Jaume Albert Marti reminds me of unhinged childhood excitement.
Ryan D Anderson
It was on the gram when Goober first appeared, and the gym bag ear worm infiltrated my mind.
Looom, not a typo, this wonderful app deserves the extra ooooh.
Awe and wonder need restoring.
Elementor Showcase 2021
pixelshifter featured in the Elementor End-of-Year 2021 Showcase.
Seeing the Invisible
An augmented reality contemporary art exhibition.
Expanded potentials for self-presentation.
The Alternative Limb Project
The Alternative Limb Project was founded by Sophie de Oliveira Barata who seems to have found an very special little niche.
Loving the work of multidisciplinarian artist Philipp Merkelbach.
As a young kid I had a periscope made from cardboard and a small mirror.
Low Earth Orbit
Realtime tracking of all of the low earth orbit (LEO) objects currently in position around our earth.
Incredibly original forms from massively talented Japanese multidisciplinary artist, Baku Hashimoto.
Highly desirable products from Swedish based Teenage Engineering.
Who needs sci-fi films anymore – we have Elon.
The recent explosion of non-refungible tokens – that is, digital items that can be stored on a digital ledger (blockchain) has been overwhelming.
The sea, she was angry that day.
Ink and acrylic paint in a very thick transparent medium.
I just spent both an enjoyable and unthinkable amount of time playing on this piece of coding genius from google labs.
All graphics are procedurally generated in real time, no post-editing.
Man digs hole, man fills hole. Bit gross really.
Great architecture warms me. And all this time in iso has me dreaming of the ideal home.