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E se UP! fosse stato girato nel lontano 1965.. come sarebbe stato? Con la tecnica del found footage, il finto trailer ci ripropone Up come se fosse stato girato in live […]


“Long March: Restart” Video Game Exhibition

Currently on view at New York’s MoMA PS1 (the branch of The Museum of Modern Art devoted to exhibiting contemporary work) is Beijing-based artist Feng Mengbo‘s video game installation Long March: Restart. Taking […]


The Man-Made Rainbow Machine

College professor and artist Michael Jones McKean made a machine that generates two-story rainbows with the flip of a switch. His rainbow machine is comprised of commercial jet pumps and […]


Paradores Ice Xmas

Paradores is a Spanish tourism partnership and they might be able to turn your frozen dreams a reality with a very fine guerrilla marketing idea. Go to the Ice Xmas site […]


Yahoo! Bus Stop Derby

20 Mini bus shelters in San Francisco are getting a high tech makeover for two months as part of a the Yahoo Bus Stop Derby – a giant neighborhood vs. […]


Lino Banksy: Arte di Streda

Lino Banksy : Arte di Streda….


Crush of the day: Aita

Can an internet website hypnotize us? I think this is the answer…. Don’t know much more about Aita, a Latvaian label that make hand made hats, mittens, underwear and other […]


Hermès Finger Skate

Brand new campaign from Hermes, featuring products from the latest collection and a session of “Finger Skate” skate with your fingers. More at, an interactive microsite featuring their products related […]


Ralph Lauren Video Mapping

In celebration of 10 years of digital innovation, presents the ultimate fusion of art, fashion & technology in a visual feast for the 5 senses. Watch as the London […]


Ben Wilson: Chewing Gum Art

Ben Wilson uses unusual supports for his amazing art: stray bits of chewing gum that he found in the streets of London. He’s been doing it for six years, and […]


Tree of Codes by Jonathan Safran Foer

Jonathan Safran Foer’s new book, entitled “Tree of Codes,” it’s a collection of die-cut pages from his favorite book, Bruno Schulz’s “The Street of Crocodiles.” Made as an exploration of […]