Sunday, 27 May 2012

Book Art (30 stunning images)

For the better part of three decades multidisciplinary artist Guy Laramee has worked as a stage writer, director, composer, a fabricator of musical instruments, a singer, #sculptor , painter and writer. Among his sculptural works are two incredible series of #carved #book #landscape and structures entitled Biblios and The Great Wall, where the dense pages of old books are excavated to reveal serene mountains, plateaus, and ancient structures.

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A master of color and geometric composition, Andy Gilmore's work is often characterized as kaleidoscopic and hypnotic, though it could just as well be described as visually acoustic, his often complex arrangements referencing the scales and melodies in music.

Gilmore’s journey toward this masterful style followed a long and winding road. He characterizes his pursuit of education as a tangled web, noting the bookstores, bakeries, and theaters where he worked were of more importance than the schools he attended in pursuit of his BFA, which he received from SUNY Empire State College.

After finishing school, Gilmore relocated to San Clemente, California, where he took up work for FourStar Distribution, resizing print ads for C1RCA Footwear and Forum Snowboards. It would serve as his introduction to the computer and lay the foundation for a career in digital art and design.

Andy Gilmore’s extensive list of clients includes Wired Magazine, The New York Times, Fast Company, Wallpaper*, Warp Records, and yes, Ghostly International. He currently lives and works in Rochester, New York.

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Kaleidoscope by Andy Gilmore (1)

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Sunday, 20 May 2012

The future of Android tablet

A new Kickstarter project aims to revolutionize the way Android tablets look and work for users.

As a blogger in the mobile tech space we receive plenty of requests from companies looking for help on the Kickstarter programs.  Sometimes it a smartphone stand, other times it's a tablet holder.  Once in a while it's software.  While we try to help spread the word as much as possible, sometimes it's tough to get behind products or services.  That is hardly the case with this new Android-related app/home screen.  It's called Chameleon and it's the future of home screens on Android tablets.

Set to arrive later this fall (September), Chameleon is a time-aware and location-aware way of presenting you with your most important and often-used apps. If you're like me then you wake up and head right into RSS readers, emails, the calendar, and weather.  At night, I find myself reading a different set of news sites, checking IMDb, catching up on books and magazines, and maybe getting in a game or two.  Chameleon can be set up so that it gives me an entirely different home screen based on time of day or where I am (GPS) on the map.  No, this isn't just a panel with widgets or a customizable launch bar.  This is much more than that.  It's a totally sexy and smart way of presenting your most relevant information and applications.

You can pledge as little as $1 to help the developers (Teknision) reach their goal of $50,000 but $5 will ensure you get a copy of Chameleon ahead of time.  You can also buy it once it arrives in the Google Play store and load it on your tablet.  If you don't have a tablet just yet then we say cough up a buck and sleep better tonight.  If you do own a tablet that meets the requirements then you're going to want to contribute at a higher level.
This is exactly the kind of stuff that Android needs for its tablet interface.  Not only can it run atop of anything else that your manufacturer loads ahead of time, it's the prettiest looking stuff we've seen thus far.  Our only hope here is that Teknision isn't bought out only to arrive as a specific experience for one particular tablet maker. This needs to be everywhere.

Friday, 18 May 2012

New $74 Android mini computer is slightly larger than a thumb drive

This little Linux box packs a 1.5GHz ARM CPU and 512MB of RAM.

Chinese retailers have started selling a miniature Linux computer that is housed in a 3.5-inch plastic case slightly larger than a USB thumb drive. Individual units are available online for $74.
The small computer has an AllWinner A10 single-core 1.5GHz ARM CPU, a Mali 400 GPU, and 512MB of RAM. An HDMI port on the exterior allows users to plug the computer into a television. It outputs at 1080p and is said to be capable of playing high-definition video.
The device also has a full-sized USB port with host support for input devices, a conventional micro-USB port, a microSD slot, and an internal 802.11 b/g WiFi antenna. The computer can boot from a microSD card and is capable of running Android 4.0 and other ARM-compatible Linux platforms.
Earlier this year, we reported on the FXI Cotton Candy, a thumb drive computer that can plug directly into the HDMI port on a television. The system, which became available for preorder in February, sells for $199.
The $74 AllWinner system seems like an intriguing, low-cost alternative to the Cotton Candy. Both computers have the same GPU, but the Cotton Candy has a faster dual-core processor and twice as much RAM. Another key difference is that the Cotton Candy has an actual HDMI male plug built in (whereas the AllWinner computer has a socket) and consequently doesn’t require the use of an HDMI cable.
Much like the recently launched $35 Raspberry Pi, these relatively small and inexpensive Linux systems offer enthusiasts a compelling platform for embedded computing projects.

Unseen Lady Gaga


Here are images of Stefani Germanotta taken in 2005 before she was Lady Gaga at her parent’s house. At the time both of the girls were working at a restaurant in the West Village. These images give us the opportunity to see the real Gaga, more vulnerable and more “human”. Even then, she obviously already had a knack for striking a pose and it was clear she’ll become a world wide known and popular pop star.


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Wednesday, 16 May 2012

The talented photographer, Felicia Simion


This young photographer Romanian of 18 years at already fact spoken a lot about her. Discovery on Deviant Art in environments full of charm, very gentle gradients but also very good contrasts are the strength of these images. In short, work full of emotions to discover in the sequel.


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Stunning Zombie Walk Paris (38 PICS)


Photographs by +Live RASOLOARISON

A “Zombie Walk” (also known as a zombie mob, zombie march, or zombie horde) is an organized public gathering of people who dress up in zombie costumes. Usually taking place in an urban centre, the participants make their way around the city streets and through shopping malls in a somewhat orderly fashion and often limping their way towards a local cemetery or other public space.
Live RASOLOARISON, is a artist freelance graphic designer based in Paris and specialized in illustration, design, graphic, photo retouching and digital photography.


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