Saturday, October 17, 2009


Tanja Trygg has an epic project to map the world through solargraphs. Solargraphs are pinhole photographs taken with a lensless pinhole camera with a long exposure. By doing so the invisible movements of the Sun can be made visible in landscapes.

View the project here.

the invisible man

Performing artist Liu Bolin paints himself into his surroundings. See more here.


"Our race has long been titillated by images of a 'lost civilization' beneath the sea. Some say it is legend, some say it is genetic memory, a few say there is small difference. Their common mistake is their relegation of this 'vanished' utopia to ancient history. Deep consciousness is hardly bound by the constraints of linear time. Atlantis is in our future, not our past."

- Tom Robbins

According to scientists, no creature on earth dreams as much as the human fetus. If the fetal brain has had no experience, then what does it dream about?

Friday, October 16, 2009

strange harmonies

"Massimo Cristaldi creates 'possible and strange harmonies' between nature and industry."

"[His work] is concerned with the ineffable qualities of the visible world. Here, nature and industry make an unlikely pair, yet they make a conceptual reciprocation. The flock of starlings in this photograph are drawn to the refinery's thermal flows; en masse they create a kind of super-organism that almost emulates the scale of the artificial complex."

- from jen bekman

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

welcome to the machine

housing projects in Ixtapaluca, Mexico.

Thursday, October 1, 2009

sea change

"On the outskirts of Salvation Mountain: lacking a proper river for his boat, Leonard painted his own."

the salton sea