Posts Tagged ‘Culture’

Patterns And Layering – Japanese Spatial Culture, Nature And Architecture

Patterns And Layering – Japanese Spatial Culture, Nature And Architecture

In Japanese art and textile printing, the use of patterns has a long tradition. In Japanese architecture, layering is an established technique that has already inspired the likes of Frank Lloyd Wright and Mies van der Rohe. Now, the laboratory of renowned architect Kengo Kuma has developed a technically sophisticated methodology that unites patterns and …

This Is Not The End ...

This Is Not The End …

... this is just the beginning of something new, a great magazine project by designer Stefan Trifan about Art, Culture and Fashion. At a time when large media groups are dissolving and cohorts of prophets are trumpeting the arrival of a fully digital world, to talk about and to propose a new publication in an utterly …


6 Minute Opening Film for International Festival of Digital Culture

6 Minute Opening Film for International Festival of Digital Culture

Following in the footsteps of Prologue Films and The Mill, PostPanic have created this year’s prestigious opening titles for OFFF Festival 2011 in Barcelona. Written by Mischa Rozema and British graphic designer, Si Scott, the opening titles reflect their dark thoughts on a possible future. Directed by Mischa and shot on location in Prague (with …

Europeana Think Culture

Europeana Think Culture

Amsterdam-based studio PlusOne were asked to create an animation in which the benefits and chances of opening up a digital collection to Europeana are shown. Europeana was launched in 2008, with the goal of making Europe's cultural and scientific heritage accessible to the public. Europeana enables people to explore the digital resources of Europe's museums, …

Contemporary Photography from Around the World

Contemporary Photography from Around the World

Someplace : Something is a showcase of contemporary photography from around the world. The rules are simple: No hierarchy, no categories and as written – no rules. The blog is curated by Craig Thomas and showcasing established and emerging contemporary photographers. The work above is a picture by photographer Nadav Kander. ❚…


With The Help Of 3-D Glasses

With The Help Of 3-D Glasses

"3DD," a book celebrating the breast with 86 pages of anaglyphic images – the contours of topless ladies by NYC photographer Henry Hargreaves. Yeah it's not that much more complicated than that. As Hargeaves points out, "We could have thrown in some academic analysis on the prominent role of the nude in the history of …