In his series ‘Combo Photos’, Stephen McMennamy juxtaposes small objects with much larger ones, creating unexpected but fun images that show the beauty of intense contrast.
Lost At E Minor hit the water on glorious Sydney Harbour to experience Sydney’s Vivid Festival from a different perspective – by boat! Floating about near the Opera House alive with illuminated images was a ball of fun, and we also had some hands on time with the Windows Lumia 640 XL.
If you’ve seen that new Mission Impossible trailer, you probably know that one scene wherein Tom Cruise clings onto a plane right as it takes off. Well, here’s the real-life version, and with a better protagonist: a cat!
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David Thomas is a New Zealand-born dairy farmer who 26 years ago became a Melbourne-based cab driver. Throughout Thomas’s career of driving taxis, he has battled health issues, homelessness and ongoing pressures from the authorities.
The P-wheel is a retractable potty training target for your son, boyfriend, husband, roommate, or friend. It automatically lowers when the seat is raised and raises when the seat is lowered. The P-wheel not only encourages the guys in your life to get it in the toilet, but also reminds them to lift the seat.
If we could put one bar on our bucket list, it would be Dubai’s Jumeirah Skyview Bar. Not only does the Skyview Bar give you amazing views of downtown Dubai, but it’s located on the 27th floor of the Burj Al Arab – meaning, you’re literally on top of the world while you’re here.
By Ry Padarath in New Eco on Tuesday 23 June 2015
In their relatively short life spans, it’s fair to say that drones have attracted a pretty negative reputation. At the milder end of the spectrum, they are annoying disturbances to our privacy that could singlehandedly lead to the death of topless sunbaking and nude beaches. At the other end of the scale, the Reaper and Predator drones used by the US military rain death from sky and often result in terrible consequences for innocent civilians in the same area as their targets.
You thought you saw it all in terms of technology, but Japanese company Pantogram is back and they’re twisting our minds with their usefully useless gadgets in a new book that translates to ‘Parallel World Souvenir Notebook’.
This project called TypoSpective is a collection of daily-used words designed in minimalistic and expressive forms. It gives words a space to perform and to interact with the audience, while avoiding visual distractions and complications.
Look once and you’ll be mistaken for thinking a naked man is following you. Look twice and you’ll realize this is just the exceptional work of artist Antony Gormley.
Not all libraries are old and crickety. Venture to Mexico City and step into the Biblioteca Vasconcelos and you’ll be gobsmacked by what you see. This library – mega-library to be precise – is a work of art and covers an area of 38,000 square metres.
There’s a cool Tumblr account out on the interweb that’s called Jim’ll Paint It and it’s all about one guy using MS Paint to design pictures strangers request of him. Now I don’t know if every request Jim receives is over-the-top/borderline insane, but the hilarious images he comes up with will make you laugh.
There’s a little known town in country Victoria called Tatura, and the residents need your help. You see, Tatura has a grand old pub but over the years she’s fell into disrepair, so the residents have come up with a quirky way of getting their well-deserved pub makeover with Indiegogo.