Monday, October 3, 2011

Link Round-Up: October 3, 2011

9 Beautiful Book Sculptures: Page Curling Art

The 90 acre Rabbit Island artist colony, which initially began as a Kickstarter project, has become a reality. Follow the blog or Flickr feed from this uninhabited island-turned-artist-collective. 

Cartooning vs. Technology: How Steve Jobs Ruined Comics

Photofly is a cloud based service that will construct 3D models of objects based off of a handful of digital photographs. The NYT ran this story in June providing a bit more detail. Photofly can be used to capture People (more, more, and more), Places (so on, and so forth), and Things (etc., etc., etc). It's also been used to create unreal effects in this music video. Shaan Hurley, of autodesk, explains the technology in this video.

Since 1977, Nikon has held a Small World Photomicrography Competition, to showcase that which cannot be seen with the naked eye. This year's winner will be announced in November, but until October 31, we have been invited to vote for one of this years' 115 finalists to receive the 'Small World Popular Vote Award.'  Here are 2010's popular fan favorites.

Syd Mead, Still Designing The Future After 50 Years

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