The Best of Lost At E Minor
The Lost At E Minor posts creating the most waves right now.
The Lost At E Minor posts creating the most waves right now.
Kirk Wallace’s father once told him that he’d like a tattoo of crop circles on his forearm when he gets better from his sickness. When he passed away in Jan this year, Wallace, who is an illustrator and graphic designer, started sketching as a sort of tribute to his dad. He didn’t stop working on [...]
We don’t know how, but somehow, somewhere in New York’s subway system, a secret City Hall subway station lurks. With its tall ceilings and brass fixtures, it looks positively majestic and grand. The station has been closed to the public since 1945 as it was deemed too unsafe for use, but apparently, commuters in the [...]
Say hello to yet another collection of brilliantly put together Pantone porn. Instagramer, dschwen is driving the Pantone Pairings Project, one swatch at a time. The simplicity and constraints around his pairings are the real power-punches. As a sucker for anything Pantone, the gawking that followed my find of dschwen’s work doesn’t need explaining.
We delved into Belgian artist Wim Delvoyes and uncovered this rather amazing Sex-rays project he did back in 2001. It sounds exactly like its name: sexually explicit acts captured as X-rays. Delvoyes later described the process as ‘very medical, very antiseptic’.
Finally…the moves to thrill (ehhm). Bonus is, by studying this brilliant step-by-step instructional hard enough, you won’t just be whipping some moves under your belt. Get this hitting your browser, team it with a serious enough frown and you’ll even fool Mr Boss Man into thinking you’re the busy little bee in those dragging corporate [...]
In a recent interview with Vice magazine, photographer Jonathan Hobin stated about his series, ‘Sometimes the kids just get it. Like the 9/11 picture. Even though they are three or four years old, they saw the twin towers and said, ‘I’ll hold the airplane, this is where the plane hit the building’. The mother was [...]
Wow, wow, wow, wow, wow. One of Hong Kong-based photographer Romain Jacquet-Lagreze’s latest photo series, Vertical Horizon, has him framing perfectly symmetrical shots of the city architecture edging around a skyward void. It almost looks like you could plunge in and freefall up to the sky forever.
In a culture where women are severely undervalued, the people of Piplantri village in India decided to take a stand. They found a way to put a measurable value on the lives of their women. For every baby girl born, 111 trees are planted. And not only that, but actual legal measures are taken to [...]
Living in the home country of IKEA, it is always nice to see something original, hand crafted, and AWESOME. Adam Wallacavage’s chandeliers are just that. Creating the chandelier from epoxy clay, spray paint and ‘secret sauce to give it that classy glassy look,’ Wallacavage creates extravagant ornamental sculptures crafted in a myriad of colours and [...]
In 2011, Ogilvy and Mather Dubai created a series of print ads for Reporters Without Borders, an international non-profit organisation that promotes and defends freedom of information and freedom of the press, as part of their annual campaign, Censorship Tells The Wrong Story. Each photo was altered using strategic pixelization to change perception and add new [...]
With the city as the subject of Violette Bule’s new photography project, she approaches the social and political issues of current history with irony and a sense of humor. The Heroines talks about the injustice in the field of the social, cultural and political in Venezuela and overseas, using the technique of staging and direct [...]
What with all the Barbie-apeing going around in the world, it was about time that Barbie got busted as being quite humanly impossible in real life. A infographic by Rehabs.com — a US site for locating rehab facilities and treatment centers — showed that her 16-inch waist could accommodate just half a liver and a [...]
Let’s face it, a naked guinea pig is a boring guinea pig. Thankfully, a Japanese website called Guinea Pig Fashion makes tiny little outfits for your guinea pig to strut its stuff in. They create clothes for all occasions, such as weddings, ninja outings, or even when your guinea pig wants to look like Harry [...]
It says here on the site that it’s ‘just a bunch of athletes competing for the sweetest kittens’. Whether it’s football, water polo or basketball, the athletes will take care of the cat, thank you very much.
Some people really know how to through a party, and this pool party is like no other you’ve seen. The savvy people of Red Paper Heart art studio filled a full sized swimming pool with 65000 ping pong balls. The floating installation featured sound activated lights to coordinate with music and beautiful synchronized swimmers performing graceful movements to match [...]
Pinching pennies anywhere possible with your wedding plans? It looks like this crafty Aussie bride was, too. She made this couture wedding dress for just $36. How is this possible? Stephanie Watson and her sweetie collected over 10,000 bread clips. And those little red, white and yellow pieces of plastic worked as lovely scale pieces to embroider [...]
Has anyone else noticed how much James Franco resembles the late Jeff Buckley? It’s not just looks I’m talking about. How about their background? They both grew up swallowed by their father’s shadows, were bullied in their Californian schools, and had intense personalities that precariously balanced goofiness with intense melancholy. It’s no wonder Franco was chosen for the lead [...]
These YAKKAY bike helmets look nothing like the bike helmets we’re used to seeing. Well, okay, they’re really in disguise. You can stick to the basic bicycle helmet that does indeed look like an actual bicycle helmet. But you can also move on to the next stage to disguise that bike helmet with a fabric [...]
A guy working as an immigration officer for Stansted Airport Border Force recently quit by handing in a cake that had a resignation note scribbled with what looked like chocolate frosting. The 10” x 12” passion cake (which is a spiced carrot cake with pecans, sultanas and coconut in it) is a fittingly elaborate farewell [...]
Ottawa-based Daniel Picard does some pretty wicked photography work with collectible toys. The one with a 12″ DX12 Batman by Hot Toys spraypainting a wall to out Clark Kent as Superman is super cool. So is the one of a 1/6-scale Battle Droid by Sideshow Collectibles sitting on a toilet seat to poop.