Sunday, February 14, 2016

Prynt is a smartphone case with a built-in photo printer, spitting out mini snapshots you can hold in your hand. Just plug in your device, take a picture, and get a printed photo in your hands within seconds. The case is simple and is compatible with iOS and Android phones. No ink is required.

The Prynt app also embeds a video inside of every printed photo, offering an innovative new way to share and tell stories. Prynt pictures are the key to digital content that only appears when you look at the picture through your smartphone.

With Prynt, Turn your Smartphone into an Instant camera.

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Saturday, February 13, 2016

25 years ago, and well before Photoshop, French artist Frédéric Fontenoy was capturing a set of unusual distorted portraits. Warped, twisted, yet clearly human characters dominate the series. The work is entitled ‘Metamorphose’

"Most of the photos are self-portraits. It was like dancing, two to three seconds in front of the camera, trying to create a 'pre-human form,' in landscape without any trace of humanity." Fontenoy said.

These Twisted Photographs Were Made Before Photoshop

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Sunday, February 7, 2016

Have you ever said to your lover that you would give him/her your heart? If so, then you should do it... Don't worry, you will still be alive and much beloved.
This video will teach you how to make a realistic human heart shaped cake, filled with chocolate ganache.
An amazing and delicious creation imagined by Yolanda Gampp, from How To Cake It.

Giving your Heart for Valentine’s Day? See How To Make a Human Heart Cake.

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Friday, February 5, 2016

For her Secret Friends project, the photographer AnaHell has found a unique way to capture human bodies. She transformed her models into strange human creatures simply by asking them to bend over, and draws caricature faces on to their exposed skin.
The resulting images reveals an eerie illusion that will have you doing a double take.

Secret Friends-The strange Mystical Creatures of AnaHell

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Thursday, February 4, 2016

This is test footage and images of the animatronic head built for Edgar Wrights "The World's End". This is a fairly simple head with only eye and jaw movement but has just enough functionality to sell the gag! Used during the fight sequence in the toilets.

The head has 12 servos, 10 for the eye and brows and 2 for the jaw/jaw slew. Eye mixing and jitter was programmed in my own iPuP-EXT unit, with dual 3 axis control sticks for pupeteering. The head was self contained utilising a magnetic latching battery compartment in the base of the neck, and a magnetic on/off switch buried below the skin for ease of power saving without battery removal.

Build Credits:
Lifecast: Tom Packwood, Brian Best & Nicola Grimshaw
Cleanup sculptor: Justin Pitkethly
Mould: Tom Packwood
Mechanical design/ build: Gustav Hoegen
Electronics / performance software & pupeteering: Matt Denton
Silicone skin, seams & paint: Nicola Grimshaw
Hair: Maria Cork & Waldo Mason

Creepy Lifelike Animatronic Head - "The World’s End"

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Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Using an X-ACTO knife, Russian artist Salavat Fiadi has created a whole miniature world on the pencil tips. From the simplest forms to the most complex, Salavat seems capable to carve almost everything in miniature.
The delicate process requires a good understanding of how much pressure the lead can withstand, but even then mistakes are inevitable.
Would you tempt to try?
Maybe if you watch the video below you will  get the technique.

Miniature Pencil Lead Sculptures by Salavat Fidai

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