A bamboo tower that produces water from air

posted on January 16th 2015 in Inspiration & Recycle & Social with 1 Comments

The WarkaWater tower is an unlikely structure to find jutting from the Ethiopian landscape. At 30 feet tall and 13 feet wide, it’s not half as big as its namesake tree (which can loom 75 feet tall), but it’s striking nonetheless. The spindly tower, of latticed bamboo lined with orange polyester mesh, isn’t art—though it does kind of look like it. Rather, the structure is designed to wring water out of the air, providing a sustainable source of H2O for developing countries.

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The best poster design idea in a while

posted on January 7th 2015 in Inspiration & Video with 0 Comments

magic poster creative quebec festival

The creative agency lg2 teamed up with the Quebéc City Magic Festival to create a rather crafty way of promoting the event. A fair amount of posters were placed around cities, featuring only a white background, a black top hat and a small text below it asking the passerby to take a photo of the poster with flash, revealing a secret message – and of course, the secret message is the festival itself.

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The psychedelic result of combining microbes and photos

posted on January 4th 2015 in Arts & Photography with 0 Comments

Seung Hwan Impermanence

The project has for title ‘Impermanence’ and it is the visual result of the symbiosis between film matter and organic matter.

Seung-Hwan OH, a.k.a. Tonio Oh, works and lives in Seoul, where he was born and raised until he moved to New York, where he studied film and photography at Hunter College. His work and practice stems from his interest and approach towards other disciplinary thoughts and ideas, from philosophy to sciences.

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‘Before they pass away’, an explorational journey of tribes around the world

posted on January 2nd 2015 in Documentary & Photography & Social & Travel with 0 Comments

nanet russia tribe

The purity of humanity exists. It is there in the mountains, the ice fields, the jungle, along the rivers and in the valleys. Jimmy Nelson found the last tribesmen and observed them. He smiled and drank their mysterious brews before taking out his camera.

He shared what real people share: vibrations, invisible but palpable. He adjusted his antenna to the same frequency as theirs. As trust grew, a shared understanding of the mission developed: the world must never forget the way things were.

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The expectacular Angkor Wat

posted on November 27th 2014 in Travel with 0 Comments

During the last two days I have explored some of the temples located in the Angkor Wat National Park, including the one that gives name to the park and is the biggest temple in the world.

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Terrible massacre

posted on November 24th 2014 in Travel with 0 Comments

This morning Mr. Ran, a local guide in Phonm Penh and former prisoner of a forced work camp during Pol Pot’s regime, has taught me a bit more about the tragic quite recent past of this country.

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