This Isn’t Photoshopped of the Day: Hand-Carved Wooden “Glitch” Furniture
"Good Vibrations" is a storage unit by Italian architect and designer Ferruccio Laviani of Fratelli Boffi who wanted to challenge the idea that glitches are solely found online. Although it is expected to debut at a furniture exhibition later this year, some commenters on the design blog MoCo have invoked the rule of “pics or didn’t happen,” saying that they refuse to believe it is a real object until side angle shots or a 360-degree video is provided.
I think I’ve reblogged this before. But just in case I didn’t.
Korean artist Jee Young Lee’s beautiful dreamscapes are living proof that you don’t need Photoshop or even a large studio space to create amazing surreal images. She creates all of these scenes by hand in a room that is only 3.6 x 4.1 x 2.4 meters and then inserts herself into the pictures. …
Here’s an online map of public radio stations across the United States. Created by Seattle-based photographer and designer Andrew Filer, it shows the broadcast range of every American public radio station—and not just NPR affiliates, but classical, pop, and other non-profit broadcasters.
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Ink AND paper come together again AND again AND again to make a car that is both mighty AND fast. Because you shouldn’t have to sacrifice one thing for another. On the canvas or the road—AND is better.