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Hack of the day: 1919 folding camera & Canon 5D »

Hack of the day: 1919 folding camera & Canon 5D

Gorgeousness from the almost hundred year old lens of a Piccolette Contessa-Nettel (1919) folding camera hacked onto the photographer  Jason Bognack's Canon 5D. More photos on the artist's blog todaystomorrow via thenextweb

Video of the Day: SOLIPSIST – Directed by Andrew »

Video of the Day: SOLIPSIST – Directed by Andrew Thomas Huang

According to Merriam Webster the definition of SOLIPSISM is: a theory holding that the self can know nothing but its own modifications and that the self is the only existent thing;  also : extreme egocentrism In Andrew Huang's version, which won Special Jury Prize at the Slamdance Film Festival 2012, we get a chance to see his [...]

Happy Valentine’s Day from Scott Scheidly & »

Happy Valentine’s Day from Scott Scheidly & Mixing Reality

The art of Scott Scheidly seems apropos of wishing our readers a Happy Valentine's Day.  May your hearts grow loveliness today and always. See more work by Scott Scheidly at Hi*Fructose.

Video of the Day – The Wrinkles Of The City, Los »

Video of the Day – The Wrinkles Of The City, Los Angeles by JR

  JR is a French conceptual artist who works in the streets hanging massive photos in public spaces.  His art has transcended the streets with shows at Tate Modern and Centre Pompidou.  In 2011 he won a TED prize, and Forbes Magazine has featured him in their 30 Under 30.  At mixingreality we love him too, and have written about his [...]

Do Not Covet Your Ideas: Give Away Everything You Know »

Do Not Covet Your Ideas: Give Away Everything You Know

  It is an interesting thought, and perhaps counter-intuitive for most of us to give our ideas away.  In fact, in the creative world, ideas make the world go round.  And get us paid.  But it is something I have noticed:  The more you give, the more you get in this ever changing world of trends, images and ideas. Here is to a New [...]

Holstee Manifesto : Lifecycle Video »

Holstee Manifesto : Lifecycle Video

  The creatives at Holstee have tapped into something.  Their manifesto for life seems to have ignited a subculture to remember that:  Life is short.  Live your dream and share your passion. (it has been viewed over 50,000,000 times!) In keeping with the vibe of their graphic,  (which is available as an 18×24″ poster printed [...]

A Collaborative Process: Laurel Roth & Andy Diaz »

A Collaborative Process:  Laurel Roth & Andy Diaz Hope

All of the work is intended to question what it means to be human on this evolutionary path through time.  ~  Laurel Roth & Andy Diaz Hope Together Laurel Roth and Andy Diaz Hope represent an ideal of artistic collaboration.  They not only make artwork together, they co-create two artists' live/work cooperatives (one in San Francisco [...]

Be Guy Fawkes with OWS Bandana by Matthew Borgatti »

Be Guy Fawkes with OWS Bandana by Matthew Borgatti

Matthew Borgatti has done a lot of things: building movie monsters, prototyping, teaching, graphic design, illustration, product design, and fashion. He's currently working on a gigantic mobile pipe organ. After seeing protests erupt all over the world I wanted to make something that could change the game a little. I want people to be [...]

So Yoon Lym’s Cornrows: Paintings of Hair & »

So Yoon Lym’s Cornrows: Paintings of Hair & Braids

Cruising through the internet the other day, I was stopped short by Yoon Lym's paintings of women's cornrows.  The arresting portraits of women's hair and braids, and the work that goes into the styles, made me want to study the intricate patterns and lines of shape. Lym, who is Korean, speaks about her journey as an artist: Although I [...]

How Barbie Helps Us See That Healthy is the New Skinny »

How Barbie Helps Us See That Healthy is the New Skinny

  My mom was smart.  She didn't allow Barbie in the house.  At the time, I pouted and wanted one of those round patent leather cases with her traveling wardrobe, and of course, Ken waiting ever-patiently in the car that was way too small for that case to fit in. So I never really aspired to Barbie's proportions from an up close [...]

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