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enlightened robot - 

iheartmyart:

Robot from the Korean Sci-Fi movie, Doomsday Book (2012), that reaches enlightenment on its own while working at a temple. Its creators regard this phenomenon as a threat to mankind and decide to terminate the robot.

BIONIC BABES The latest and greatest from chromat now on Milk Made.
Photo by: Koury Angelo 
See more at madefw.
via: milkstudios

BIONIC BABES The latest and greatest from chromat now on Milk Made.

Photo by: Koury Angelo 

See more at madefw.

via: milkstudios

(via thymoss)

Richard Mosse, Platon
North Kivu, Eastern Congo, 2012Digital c-print, AP, 183 x 229 cmCourtesy the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery

Richard Mosse, Platon

North Kivu, Eastern Congo, 2012
Digital c-print, AP, 183 x 229 cm
Courtesy the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery

glitch portrait
glitchnews:

酒井明・千葉科学大教授

glitch portrait

glitchnews:

酒井明・千葉科学大教授

touchscreen interface pizza menu

futurescope:

enterthemeta:

northgang:

…the future of pizza (X)

Holy

Shit

Flat-pack, because… why? It’s easier and faster to order your pizza via your vocal organ than with an touchscreen interface.

On seeing colors before words were invented to describe it
invisiblestories:

“Imagine an eye unruled by man-made laws of perspective, an eye unprejudiced by compositional logic, an eye which does not respond to the name of everything but which must know each object encountered in life through an adventure of perception. How many colors are there in a field of grass to the crawling baby unaware of ‘Green’? How many rainbows can light create for the untutored eye? How aware of variations in heat waves can that eye be? Imagine a world alive with incomprehensible objects and shimmering with an endless variety of movement and innumerable gradations of color. Imagine a world before the ‘beginning was the word.” 
― Stan Brakhage (via amospoe)

On seeing colors before words were invented to describe it

invisiblestories:

“Imagine an eye unruled by man-made laws of perspective, an eye unprejudiced by compositional logic, an eye which does not respond to the name of everything but which must know each object encountered in life through an adventure of perception. How many colors are there in a field of grass to the crawling baby unaware of ‘Green’? How many rainbows can light create for the untutored eye? How aware of variations in heat waves can that eye be? Imagine a world alive with incomprehensible objects and shimmering with an endless variety of movement and innumerable gradations of color. Imagine a world before the ‘beginning was the word.”


― Stan Brakhage (via amospoe)

fractal-like landscapes on Google Earth by Prof. Paul Bourke

jtotheizzoe:

awkwardsituationist:

paul bourke, associate professor at the university of western australia, scours google earth looking for fractal patterns, or self similarity, in the rivers systems, mountains ranges and deserts of the planet. in nature, self similarity doesn’t exist ad infinitum, as with a mandlebrot set, but branching structures are found across two, three, even four scales. paul invites people to submit their own finds to his site, which links to the pictures shown here on google earth (click pics for the country)

(learn more about fractals on “hunting the hidden dimension”, pbs nova)

This project is several layers of recursively cool.

scififorbiddenzone:

Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)

scififorbiddenzone:

Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)

(via worldonthescreen)

blue-voids:

Andy Warhol - Self-Portrait, 1973

blue-voids:

Andy Warhol - Self-Portrait, 1973

enlightened robot - 

iheartmyart:

Robot from the Korean Sci-Fi movie, Doomsday Book (2012), that reaches enlightenment on its own while working at a temple. Its creators regard this phenomenon as a threat to mankind and decide to terminate the robot.

BIONIC BABES The latest and greatest from chromat now on Milk Made.
Photo by: Koury Angelo 
See more at madefw.
via: milkstudios

BIONIC BABES The latest and greatest from chromat now on Milk Made.

Photo by: Koury Angelo 

See more at madefw.

via: milkstudios

(via thymoss)

Richard Mosse, Platon
North Kivu, Eastern Congo, 2012Digital c-print, AP, 183 x 229 cmCourtesy the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery

Richard Mosse, Platon

North Kivu, Eastern Congo, 2012
Digital c-print, AP, 183 x 229 cm
Courtesy the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery

glitch portrait
glitchnews:

酒井明・千葉科学大教授

glitch portrait

glitchnews:

酒井明・千葉科学大教授

touchscreen interface pizza menu

futurescope:

enterthemeta:

northgang:

…the future of pizza (X)

Holy

Shit

Flat-pack, because… why? It’s easier and faster to order your pizza via your vocal organ than with an touchscreen interface.

On seeing colors before words were invented to describe it
invisiblestories:

“Imagine an eye unruled by man-made laws of perspective, an eye unprejudiced by compositional logic, an eye which does not respond to the name of everything but which must know each object encountered in life through an adventure of perception. How many colors are there in a field of grass to the crawling baby unaware of ‘Green’? How many rainbows can light create for the untutored eye? How aware of variations in heat waves can that eye be? Imagine a world alive with incomprehensible objects and shimmering with an endless variety of movement and innumerable gradations of color. Imagine a world before the ‘beginning was the word.” 
― Stan Brakhage (via amospoe)

On seeing colors before words were invented to describe it

invisiblestories:

“Imagine an eye unruled by man-made laws of perspective, an eye unprejudiced by compositional logic, an eye which does not respond to the name of everything but which must know each object encountered in life through an adventure of perception. How many colors are there in a field of grass to the crawling baby unaware of ‘Green’? How many rainbows can light create for the untutored eye? How aware of variations in heat waves can that eye be? Imagine a world alive with incomprehensible objects and shimmering with an endless variety of movement and innumerable gradations of color. Imagine a world before the ‘beginning was the word.”


― Stan Brakhage (via amospoe)

fractal-like landscapes on Google Earth by Prof. Paul Bourke

jtotheizzoe:

awkwardsituationist:

paul bourke, associate professor at the university of western australia, scours google earth looking for fractal patterns, or self similarity, in the rivers systems, mountains ranges and deserts of the planet. in nature, self similarity doesn’t exist ad infinitum, as with a mandlebrot set, but branching structures are found across two, three, even four scales. paul invites people to submit their own finds to his site, which links to the pictures shown here on google earth (click pics for the country)

(learn more about fractals on “hunting the hidden dimension”, pbs nova)

This project is several layers of recursively cool.

scififorbiddenzone:

Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)

scififorbiddenzone:

Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)

(via worldonthescreen)

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