Blow Jobs are great!

May 23, 2012

That’s what Lithuanian artist Tadao Cern thought when he created blow job, a photography series of peoples portraits in a wind tunnel.

Some pretty awesome results, check them out

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you can see all of the here and he is also quite active on facebook.

@maniac13


Touch me and I can see

May 8, 2012

That is the basic model behind the wearable camera that blinds a user until he is touched by someone else.

The project was created by Artist Eric Siu and is called Touchy.

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With Touchy, Siu wants to highlight social anxiety, which he believes is caused by the increased reliance on communication mediums like Facebook and Twitter. He says that the helmet emulates the isolating experience of over-reliance on social networks, and turns the wearer into a social device.

Touchy has two giant shutters that remain closed without human contact. Once the helmet’s sensors detect touch, the shutters open and illuminate the wearers eyes, the blindness is temporarily lifted until the connection is broken. If someone maintains contact for ten seconds, a photo is taken by the camera mounted on the front of Touchy, which is then displayed on a screen round the back.

Check out the heartwarming video below

@maniac13


Best arcrylic art I have seen

April 9, 2010

Alexa Meade, an installation artist based in the Washington, DC, uses real life models and implements them into her acrylic paintings

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I think it is awesome and very innovative – here are some more if you haven’t got enough

@maniac13