Monday, November 28, 2011

Link Round-Up: November 28, 2011

The shop depicts what seems to be a robot repair shop where the owners have left for vacation, leaving robots in various stages of repair, including one peering through the store windows longing for life in the outside world. The scene appears to be set in the future, where robot ownership is commonplace, with a 1950’s aesthetic. Interactive QR codes and a website allow smartphone and internet users a behind-the-scenes view of the creation of the art piece. Those who frequent the area will see the installation change and evolve over the course of the year.

14 Great Examples of Thanksgiving Food Art.

15 Funny Real Life Sci-Fi Road Sign Hacks

Amazing images from the National Geographic Photo Contest 2011 over at The Big Picture.

The Bicycle Animation: "This is a piece created to question whether it was possible to film animation in realtime. ... I developed this project based on what is being done in animation right now as well as a lot of primary research into the history of animation techniques."

"Damn, Nature, You're One Sexy Beast!" -- A catalog of amazing nature photos.

In 1967, artist Ralph Steadman — whose freewheeling design would go on to be synonymous with Hunter S. Thompson's Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas — drew an edition of Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland. Just like Salvador Dalí, here was an illustrator whose style was a custom fit for Carroll's phantasmagoric fantasy world.

Jabba the Cupcake

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