The Greatest Photographic Image Mankind has Ever Produced

The Hubble Legacy Field image is the greatest photographic image mankind has ever produced because it is the culmination of human and scientific pursuits since the beginning of our existence. Everything we have ever done has got us to the point of producing this image. For more information please visit the home page of the … Continue reading The Greatest Photographic Image Mankind has Ever Produced

Why I Follow Formula 1 Racing

Why bother to make even lighter models? The firm points out that over half of wheelchair users end up with upper body damage over the years. Aside from the materials, “in order to ease these chances the wheels have been positioned in closer proximity to the user which helps to increase propelling efficiency.”Reported by Kurt … Continue reading Why I Follow Formula 1 Racing

Be a Troll and Do No Harm

If he could change the narrative, he said, he'd want people to refer to his style as "bringing a banana to a gun fight. If you haven't heard of Ken M then you are seriously missing out. He represents what "trolling" was meant to be. Unfortunately the activity has been taken over and distorted to … Continue reading Be a Troll and Do No Harm

Light Vanishing Into a Black Hole

We are looking farther into the Universe than ever before. To a place where light simply vanishes. Science marches on. It’s “the first time material has been observed orbiting close to the point of no return, and the most detailed observations yet of material orbiting this close to a black hole,” ESO writes. “This video … Continue reading Light Vanishing Into a Black Hole

John Ed De Vera Cuts Paper

Sometimes art can just be taken at face value and you can just appreciate for the attention to detail and precision. John Ed De Vera, based in the Philippines, is a multi-talented designer, passionate about cutting paper, lettering and experimenting with new media. His job pushes him to be in constant search of innovation, to … Continue reading John Ed De Vera Cuts Paper

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The Way You Draw a Circle Says a Lot About You

Take out a piece of paper (go ahead — we'll wait), then draw a simple circle. Did you draw it clockwise, or counterclockwise? What about location —did you start at the top or the bottom? It might sound crazy, but you can actually learn quite a bit about a person's background from the way they … Continue reading The Way You Draw a Circle Says a Lot About You

When Origami Meets Dance and Photography – Fubiz Media

It's rare that three forms of art come together in a credible and fun way. It would be interesting to see the dancers perform live. Montreal-based photographer Melika Dez recently released a new series. Entitled «PLI.É», this multidisciplinary project actually combines dance photography a — Read on