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  • The Way Things Go: Art Films with Rube Goldberg Machines

    The Way Things Go: Art Films with Rube Goldberg Machines
    Named after Pulitzer Prize-winning inventor and cartoonist, Rube Goldberg contraptions set off chain reactions to complete a simple task. Think of a red ball rolling down a slope and then activating a domino chain which moves something or other until in the end, the light is switched off or the like. Those complicated contraptions have inspired others to make their own versions, check out a couple after the jump.
  • Time to Recharge? TIME Magazine’s Mobility Poll Results

    Time to Recharge? TIME Magazine’s Mobility Poll Results
    Stop and think for a second, what is the one object in life you could probably not live without? Would it be a fork, your car, your bath tub? Or would it happen to be your phone? Read on and find out what TIME magazine has to say after a poll it conducted on technology usage.
  • Adults Turn Into Anne Geddes Babies!

    Adults Turn Into Anne Geddes Babies!
    Anne Geddes, the "professional babysitter" famous for posing tiny tots in pots, pea pods, and other garden variety goods, was spoofed by some full-grown men and women from VICE. The best selling baby photographer was given a tribute because, honestly, who hasn't seen her work as a cute calendar/wallpaper/greeting card?
  • Take Part In The Analogue, Digital and You Questionnaire

    Take Part In The Analogue, Digital and You Questionnaire
    Digital technology is undoubtedly a core part of our daily lives. How comfortable are you about being constantly within reach? Do you feel naked if you leave the house without your phone? Or do you love the freedom being without technology brings? Fill in our questionnaire and share your thoughts on the subject. Did we mention you’ll be receiving piggy points for it?
  • Drag Queens & Cindy Sherman

    Drag Queens & Cindy Sherman
    As the Cindy Sherman retrospective goes on at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, four of SanFo's top drag queens pay tribute to the artist by reenacting some of Sherman's most iconic self-portraits. Also worth noting is the interesting juxtaposition of digital and film photos produced by Keeney + Law.
  • Tilt-Shift Photos of the 2012 Olympics

    Tilt-Shift Photos of the 2012 Olympics
    See the world's biggest sporting event in miniaturized images! These scenes from the 2012 Olympic Games in London were shot by Reuters and Getty Images photographers using tilt-shift lenses, making athletes look like little toy figures battling it out in mini arenas.
  • Extreme Olympic Close-Ups

    Extreme Olympic Close-Ups
    How many of you are glued to your tellies for the 2012 Olympics? Anybody? Well, then get clued in on all the action you missed here! Instead of showing full-frame scenes of courts, rinks, pools, and rings, TIME has zoomed in on some of the World Game's poignant moments in tight shots that are quite literally "in your face."
  • Behind the Scenes with Stunt Photographer Li Wei

    Behind the Scenes with Stunt Photographer Li Wei
    "There's a visceral feeling and detail in shooting on location that can't be duplicated on a computer," says gravity-defying artist Li Wei in this video for The Creators Project. Armed with his Hasselblad camera and some heavy machinery, he shares how he creates the adrenaline-pumping photos he is most known for.
  • An Analogue View of the Future of Cinema

    An Analogue View of the Future of Cinema
    Has your cinema gone digital? Or are they holding out against the digital takeover?
  • Kiev on Ice: Infrared Photos of Ukraine

    Kiev on Ice: Infrared Photos of Ukraine
    Did you see Mario Balotelli's killer goals yesterday? Italy will go against Spain in the final EURO 2012 match this Sunday, so we're sharing these amazing infrared photos of Ukraine--one of the host countries of the football cup--that make Kiev look like a winter wonderland even in the summer time! Find out more about IR photography here.
  • Analogue is in Vogue: The Rise of Film Photography

    Analogue is in Vogue: The Rise of Film Photography
    Film photography has had quite a journey over the past decade. Only a few years ago people were hailing the death of film. "Digital is the future", people said. It certainly looked that way. But recently people are falling over themselves to replicate film photography. iPhone apps are mimicking lo-fi photography - Lomography is in vogue. I'm seeing more and more people with vintage and Lomography cameras slung over their shoulders in London's tourist hotspots.
  • Dogs in Cars by Martin Usborne

    Dogs in Cars by Martin Usborne
    London photographer Martin Usborne has had this strange and specific idea in his head for a while. He finally kickstarted his photography project, The Silence of Dogs in Cars, realized from his fears of being alone and having no voice. See the shots that are now on their way to being published as a fine art book here.
  • Digital Orca by Doug Coupland

    Digital Orca by Doug Coupland
    We know, we know... "Leave the digital grind behind" is one of the 10 Golden Rules, but you should see this enormous outdoor orca installation by Canadian artist Doug Coupland. Doesn't the Lego-like whale remind you our Orca 110 Black and White film? Paired with the new Fisheye 110 Baby Camera, it's a match made in ocean heaven!
  • Drops of Jupiter and Other Planets by Markus Reugels

    Drops of Jupiter and Other Planets by Markus Reugels
    Coldplay says every teardrop is a waterfall, but photographer Markus Reugels thinks every droplet is a liquid refraction! With an elaborate set-up and a lot of patience, he captures spherical representations of photos on globules of water. Get similar effects with the new Fisheye Baby 110 camera!
  • Wall of Same: Searching for Twin Outfits

    Wall of Same: Searching for Twin Outfits
    Community member deprofundis has her "Searching for Twin Photos" series and employees at Rethink Communications have their "Wall of Same": an album of photos featuring staffers in matching twin outfits. Creative minds sure think alike!
  • Incinerating $100,000 Bags: Is It Art?

    Incinerating $100,000 Bags: Is It Art?
    Photographer Tyler Shields is quite literally under fire for incinerating and chainsawing an Hermès bag worth $100,000, taking photographs of the destroyed croc-skin purse, and calling it art. Shields says "destruction is a beautiful version of freedom" but has it gone too far?
  • Fact or Fiction: Digital is Cheaper than Film

    Fact or Fiction: Digital is Cheaper than Film
    When I tell people I still shoot film they often ask ‘Isn’t that expensive?’ They assume that digital is cheaper because there is no subsequent cost of buying and developing film. But what people forget is the depreciation in the cost of their digital photographic equipment and the sheer quality of film.
  • LomoAmigo Noah Kalina Takes Mark Zuckerberg's Official Facebook Wedding Photo

    LomoAmigo Noah Kalina Takes Mark Zuckerberg's Official Facebook Wedding Photo
    It's a big week for Facebook as founder Mark Zuckerberg celebrates not just the stock market debut of the social networking site, but also his secret surprise marriage to college sweetheart Priscilla Chan! LomoAmigo Noah Kalina was there and he took their official wedding photographs, too! See the photo here!
  • 64 Years of Cannes in Pictures

    64 Years of Cannes in Pictures
    Take a cinematic look back on the rich history of the Cannes Film Festival. From the black and white candids of the '40s, to the colorful characters of the '70s, to the digital spectacle of the '00s, this slideshow shows the most iconic figures in cinema and reveals the evolution of celebrity photography.
  • Cherry Sunsets & Vanilla Skies by Eric Cahan

    Cherry Sunsets & Vanilla Skies by Eric Cahan
    These may seem like computer-generated color gradients but, if you look closer, you'll see that they are actually stunning portraits of sunrises and sunsets, photographed by Eric Cahan using colored resin filters. See more windows of warmth, like the Fisheye One Cherry & Vanilla, below!