When we think of cloud services we’re usually thinking about some sort of online file storage system. Not so for visual artist, Berndnaut Smilde. Smilde instead offers to put clouds in your room – or where ever else you might like one. Combing just the right amount of dust and water vapour a cloud will […]
Television recap podcasts are increasing in popularity and can provide interesting insight to your favourite tv shows. Some are better than others though and some are best avoided. Which to avoid? Well sadly it seems to be the officially sanctioned ones. Unofficial podcasts are still run by fans, but the best podcasters will still criticise […]
Photographers Ursula Sprecher and Andi Cortellini have that very particular trait where you’re not sure if what’s going on in their photos is quite normal or very weird. It seems to be in their facial expressions and posture. It seems that at least they think they are being normal.
Haruhiko Kawaguchi raised eyebrows with his tight looking photo shoots of couples wrapped in plastic in an exploration of claustrophobic love. Expanding on his Laura Palmer ways, he’s now into not just wrapping people, he’s now taking on entire households. Photo shoots have to be conducted very rapidly for obvious reasons. Despite all the sucking […]
To celebrate the United Nations’ International Year of Indigenous Languages, radio station Double J has decided to shine a light on musicians who keep their traditional languages alive through their art. As part of Double J’s The J Files program they built a playlist called Songs In Language. Featuring arts such as Gurrumul, A Tribe […]
Photographer, Mike Olbinksi is at home photograhing your typical wedding or portrait shot. The background of the above photo reveals another interest: The weather. Namely, stormy weather. It’s not just still photography. Olbinski takes spectacular videos of nature at its savage best.
Gamalastan is the oldest of the archipelagoes that make up Stockholm that was founded around the 13th century. Linked with a web of bridges it was said to be founded on money and taxes. Nowadays it’s perfect for a day or two of sightseeing. Or the occasional mythical dragon slaying.