It’s necessary and timely to explore naturalness and physicality, and to map the boundary with creepiness, because we’ll clearly have more and more robots in coming years – and the approach right now is either self-driving plastic boxes, or biomimicry, whether that’s robot arms or dancing dogs and humans with backpacks.
They are notable for an effect difficult to capture in reproduction: they have a way of dissolving and reconstituting themselves as you move toward and away from them, so that from a few yards back they are clearly cityscapes, but closer to they are wobbling unstable blobs and smears of paint.
Original source: Norbiton and the Great Stone Cities
Haymaking – Leon-Augustin Lhermitte
Those are some good looking posters.
Original source: Get Up, Stand Up! Changing the world with posters
Oh, so that’s what all those pictures are.
Original source: People love Google’s new feature that matches your selfie to a famous painting
Was the Renaissance something that you put on and took off like a diadem, or was it something you did even while you slept?
(More on the EAST side studio tour.)