The Camera Table Dolly is here to make sure your videos don’t come with a side effect of nausea. It’s a compact table-top camera dolly that will give your videos a professional look and experimental edge.
Your camera simply threads onto the dolly’s tripod mount and is ready to roll! Literally. With 2 sets of rotating wheels under a stable arm that holds your camera, you’re all set for some stunningly smooth panning.
These glasses look like something you might wear to a party, but they are actually a very serious paper tool. Because of the 1mm holes, it’s possible to focus your eyes without lenses. Paper goods, such as paper cups or paper plates are useful goods, when there is an emergency. These paper glasses are made to help you ride out a crisis when your glasses are broken in a disaster or accident. Check it out here.
Italian architect Stefano Boeri has designed this fantastic “vertical forest” to try and decrease the emissions in one of the most populated cities, Milan. The project Bosco Verticale, which is italian for Vertical Forest, was inspired by traditional italian buildings being covered in Ivy and greenery.
The two towers combined will have 900 trees, as well as lots of other shurbs and flourishing vegetation, which will grow on every single apartments balcony. The project requires 50,000 square meters of land, and 10,000 square meters of woodland.
Tavis Coburn has created these great modern vintage style posters. Inspiration for the posters comes from the 1940′s Soviet Russian style. I love the bold colours with the textures and the designs are very on trend at the moment. Check out more of his work here
Plant Streetpainting has unveiled this new 3D painting at the Sarasota Chalk Festival in Florida.
Planet Streetpaining is a collaboration of street artists based in the Netherlands. As Planet Streetpainting’s art director, Leon Keer is always fascinated about what history reveals. He tries to connects the historical events with current issues in this society. For the Sarasota Chalk Festival he has been inspired by the discovery of the Terracotta Army of China and Ego Leonard who washed ashore in Sarasota yesterday morning.
Lab42 have released this inforgraphic about how we treat relationships in the new era of social networking. They asked people if “they have every broken up with someone via text message, email or facebook” to which 33% said yes. A lot of harsh people out there!
My favourite question is how long do you wait to change your Facebook relationship status, im in shock to find out that 38% would do it immediately!
Andrew McMurry has created this great retro video of all our favourite 8-bit enemies. Enemies include the ghosts from Pac-Man—materialise, the aliens from Space Invaders, Bob-ombs from Mario, and the Spiny koopas.