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poptech:

prostheticknowledge:

IRIS by HYBE 

Interactive installation is grid of transparent LEDs which display halftone and circular patterns whose display can emulate it’s viewers.

A week ago, I covered a New Media exhibition in Seoul called ‘The Da Vinci Ideas Exhibition’ and was intrigued by this piece, hoping there would be a video of it. Well, the brilliant Creative Applications discovered it, which you can watch in the embed below:

Created by Korena collective HYBE, IRIS is a media canvas with matrix of conventional information display technology, that is a monochrome LCD.Through the phased opening and closing of circular black liquid crystal, IRIS can create various patterns and control the amount (size) of passing lights. 

More Info and images can be found at Creative Applications here

yvynyl:

Lotus Plaza - Black Buzz

Not gonna want to miss this stunning new piece by director n a u t i c o. Don’t cry, baby. Don’t cry. This slow n’ dusky single from Lockett Pundt drives this sucker right into the ocean. Makes sense that this tune is the album closer.

Get the Deerhunter guitarist’s side project Spooky Action at at Distance LP from Kranky, out now.

(vía andrewharlow)

inspirezme:

Is my head on fire.. by Romain Laurent.

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(vía thinkwingman)

globalvoices:

Eloïse Lagrenée has posted on her Facebook page a picture by Yemeni photographer Bushra Almutawakel, illustrating how women could vanish into darkness and invisibility, step by step, under fundamentalist pressure and the full niqab. It has been shared over 1,500 times.

Source

(vía poptech)

andrewharlow:

transmissionzine:

Kasia Struss on the cover of Transmission Magazine by Dylan Forsberg

if you’re in NYC, 5,000 of these have been distributed to boutiques found here. Otherwise, it’s just $10 from the shop

instagram:

Graceland

Want to see more photos? Check out pictures taken at Graceland here and here

White-columned mansions in the American south aren’t exactly rare, but one stands above the rest.

Elvis Presley purchased 3764 Elvis Presley Boulevard, Memphis, Tennessee — better known as Graceland — in 1957 after neighbors at his previous residence complained about the journalists and fans that were constantly camped outside of his house. He died in the estate 35 years ago tomorrow (August 16th) and his funeral was held at Graceland two days later. Approximately 80,000 people lined the processional route to Forest Hill Cemetery where Presley was buried next to his mother.

The house was opened to the public in 1982 and is one of the most-visited private homes in America with over 600,000 visitors a year, just behind the White House and the Biltmore Estate.

Valentina en la pista de Karting (Tomada con Instagram)

Rastafari look. Fuengirola beach. (Tomada con Instagram)