100-Year-Old 360-Degree Film Camera That Uses 98-Feet Long Film
1 month ago - By Peta Pixel
Photographer Richard Malogorski uses an incredibly complex 1915 Cirkut camera to capture 360-degree panoramics on film.
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Estasi di Santa Teresa
Gian Lorenzo Bernini
Acrylic and charcoal on canvas 24" x 24" Numerous times a day I look out of my bedroom window. There is a beautiful big tree across the road but what also catches my eye is the...
London Design Festival 2022: Reflecting on the City's Creative History
Sony Design's INTO SIGHT Installation. Image © Ed Reeve The first full-size London Design Festival for three years, and the event's 20th anniversary year, this was meant to be...
What Is Half-Timbered Architecture?
Hattingen, Germany. Image: Achim Halfmann on Unsplash Contrary to what some people mistakenly say, half-timber is not a style, but a building technique. Brought to Brazil by...
Handel Architects Designs Third Tallest Tower in Historical Downtown Los Angeles
Courtesy of Handel Architects Handel Architects designed the third tallest in Los Angeles , a 63-story high-rise 265 meters high in the Historical Downtown L.A. Featuring a 150...
FASHION PRINTS - store snaps pt.2
This beautiful print on a handbag by Sara Miller is top of the bill on part two of our look at fashion prints. All these designer items were spotted in department store Camp...
One of the World's Great Maestros Is Suddenly a Free Agent
Christian Thielemann, a conductor of the old school, ends a long drought leading American orchestras in Chicago this month.
In ‘Smile,' Why the Grins Are So Grim
Parker Finn, the director of the new horror film where characters smile before death, said the secret to making a smile creepy was in the eyes.
Jimmy Kimmel: Superman Doesn't Fit Trump
Kimmel joked that aides couldn't find the right size of Superman ‘Underoos' for the former president, who wanted to pull a Clark Kent after leaving Walter Reed in 2020.
Can Urban Design Find Success Through Grassroots Movements?
© Better Block There are significant deficiencies in how our cities worldwide operate and serve the people who live in them. Bureaucracies, red tape, and other limiting...
Radio Hotel and Tower / MVRDV
2420 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY 10033, United States Project Year: 2022 Photographs: Ossip van Duivenbode Area: 27200.0 m2