A small treat on Halloween. ‘Videotape’ is a short, atmospheric film created by Andrew Goldsmith & Jeremy Blode. The story tells of an old man who is literally overwhelmed by videotape spewing forth from his VCR.A superb music score by Jonathan Dreyfus enhances the tension in the film. The stop-motion
Creepy and horrifying. A six-legged, torso-less, robotic Lou Bega dancing to ‘Mambo No. 5'. This hexapod robot created by the students of the HTL Saalfelden, Austria, won the Ashes Championship in 2008. As far as robots go, this is one of the scariest ones I’ve ever laid my eyes upon.
Brian Clark examines the astounding success of Nirvana’s Nevermind music album, and comes to the startling conclusion that Kurt Cobain was, in fact, a creative marketing genius of sorts. Snip from the article: In other words, Cobain’s desire to add pop hooks to punk compositions is a classic way to “organize available
The Atlas of Cyberspace examines the visual nature of cyberspace and its infrastructure. Written by Martin Dodge and Rob Kitchin, the book catalogues the evolution of cartographic and visualization techniques used to map cyperspace over a period of 30 years. The book has hundreds of images of such maps charted
Watch a typographic video created using the dialogues uttered by ’Nick the Greek’, a character in the cult British film, Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels. 1669
Batman meets his match in Superman ? No way. Superman is the protector of shiny Metropolis, a city often threatened by inter-dimensional supervillains, evil doppelgangers, and ego-maniacal billionaires hell bent on world domination. Being one of the most powerful beings in the DC Comics universe, the man of steel usually