Netherlands-based Studio Smack has reinterpreted Hieronymus Bosch's painting "The Garden of Earthly Delights" (1490–1510).
In their latest work, the group cleared the original landscape of the middle panel of Bosch’s painting and reconstructed it into a hallucinatory 4K animation. The creatures that populate this indoor playground embody the excesses and desires of 21st century Western civilization. Consumerism, selfishness, escapism, the lure of eroticism, vanity and decadence. All characters are metaphors for our society where loners swarm their digital dream world. They are symbolic reflections of egos and an imagination of people as they see themselves - unlike Bosch's version, where all individuals more or less look the same. From a horny Hello Kitty to a coke hunting penis snake. From an incarnate spybot to headless fried chickens.
Shohei (son of world-renown manga artist Katsuhiro Otomo, the creator of Akira), does some truly amazing work with just a pen.
He did a bit of work with Pilot, the Japanese stationary company, using their Justus fountain pen to create this astounding image.
You know you have those friends and family members. They're techies. They're hipsters. They're geeks with style and substance. Here are our 5 picks for your stylish geeks this year.
The Bracelet Flask is a wearable porcelain vessel that holds a shot's worth of liquor. The shape was inspired by a small ring-shaped Pennsylvanian hip flask from the 19th century.
This little guy has it all, 2.5Ghz Wi-Fi connection, 5Ghz (2T2R),DLNA, USB On-The-Go support, SD Card, Miracast (for Android and Windows), Airplay, all it takes is a 10 second setup and you're good to go.While the CB-100W does not support HDMI any mobile device can quickly connect to the CB-100W, cable free and Wi-Fi not necessary, this mobile projector will ensure a hassle free experience.
The item is a portable and practical sleeve bag pouch, which is mainly made of drurable soft wool felt material, and can be used to store your Macbook laptops power adapter, wireless mouse, USB cable and other small items and protect them dust, scratches and other damages while traveling.
There are so many of these I've never heard of, let of tried. But I want to. Have any of you tried these?
When time and distance are suddenly jumped, when something as far off and long ago as Paris on the eve of World War I, when people then and there look a lot like people here and now. Yeah. Love it.
This witty and gorgeous photo series, Back to Light, from photographer Caleb Charland, has fruit, vinegar and loose change generating enough power to light lamps and LED lights.
"By inserting a galvanized nail into one side of a potato and a copper wire in the other side a small electrical current is generated. The zinc coating on the nail gives off electrons due to the electrolyte environment within the potato. These electrons then travel along the copper wire providing the electrical voltage to illuminate a small light emitting diode. The utter simplicity of this electrical phenomenon is endlessly fascinating for me."
If you've got a computer programmer in your life, and you are looking for something really killer to get them this Christmas, here is our gift guide.
Mechanical keyboards, especially for programmers who spend their days pounding out lines of code, not only provide the satisfying click and movement, but are meant to be better on the hands.
This gorgeous steampunk mechanical keyboard is a show piece.
This elegant and minimal desk lamp not only has a built in USB charging port and flicker-free light, but has 4 lighting modes (study, read, relax and bedtime) and 5 dimming levels.
The health benefits of standing are well documented, and for people who make their living at a desk and monitor, a standing desk is a must-have. This is a simple, flexible and gorgeous one.
Programmers have their own language and their own, often punny, always witty, sense of humor. This T-shirt, a premium American Apparel manufacture with a coding term used here with a wink and a smile.
Reproduction of the original patent artwork and application submitted by Steve Jobs to the US Patent & Trademark Office in 1983 printed on premium paper for an aged and authentic look.
These gorgeous and stylish metro maps for world cities look to not only display location and distance, but time and direction as well. The project from architect Jug Cerovic looks at the layouts of the world's major cities' metro system, but they are beautiful enough to hang on your wall. I want to collect all of the cities I've visited. What a gallery that would make.
Considering how much time we spend at our desks, a few considered additions beyond the computer and mouse can make a mountain of a difference.
So here is a collection of 5 things that will give your desk greater easy, order, style and interest. Share the list with the desk-bound that need a little lift.
Premium weighted silicone combined with precision cut aluminum matches metal finishes of your device
Compatible with iPhone 5/5s, iPhone 6/6s, iPhone 6 Plus/6s Plus, iPad 4, iPad Air, iPad Air 2, iPad Mini (all generations), iPod Touch, iPod Nano, Apple Magic Keyboard, Apple Magic Trackpad 2, Apple Magic Mouse 2 (remove DOCK aluminium back-plate), Apple TV Remote with Touch (4th generation Apple TV), Apple Smart Battery Case
Vertical notebook stand saves desk space. Increases airflow around notebook to keep it cooler. Sturdy single piece aluminum design. Sand-blasted and anodized finish matches Apple notebooks. Compatible with MacBook Pro 13/15/17, MacBook Pro 13/15; retina, MacBook Air 11/13
- 12 Hour AM/ PM Clock
- Flip Down Minute and Hour Display, Easy to read numbers
- Accurate quartz movement
- Quality construction woth updated retro flip design in silver
- Power Source: 1 x D Battery (not included)
- Go green at the office
- Desktop planter is made of solid concrete
- The terraced base holds pens, business cards, or other small supplies
- Great accent to any desk
- Measures 6.3 by 3.6 by 3.2-inches
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