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Above: Once again it’s big, rusted strange and beautiful and it’s in Russia. Few Km north of Saint Petersburg this giant Antonov An-8 plane rests in the woods. Why is it there, how long has it been there? If you have any info drop me a line.

The Artificial Owl is a site dedicated to provide a selection of the most fascinating abandoned man-made creations.

LINK: www.artificialowl.net

For those who don’t know, note we have another blog called Natural feeling. It’s an intimist place for posting our pics, things, doodles and drawings. No format, no rule, a free space to give you a chance to find out who we are and where we are living. You are welcome!

LINK: http://anaturalfeeling.blogspot.com

eric_testroete

I made this as my costume for Halloween 2009. It was kind of inspired by big-head mode seen in videogames. I really wanted to get the faceted geosphere look with wireframe. Softwares used: 3ds Max 2009, Mudbox 2010, Photoshop CS3, Pepakura.

LINK: http://testroete.com

wouter-mijland

Above: Limousine, 2008.

LINK: www.wouter-mijland.com via www.todayandtomorrow.net

Typewriter_Ribbon_Tins

LINK: www.flickr.com/photos/uppercaseyyc via www.12ozprophet.com

record_time
LINK: www.refillmag.com

james_karla_murray

Above: picture from the bokk Store Front – The Disappearing Face of New York

Store Front provides an irreplaceable window to the rich cultural experience of New York City as seen through its neighborhood shops. These stores have the city’s history etched in their facades. Through revealing interviews with shop owners and its unprecedented oversize images, StoreFront scours the city and provides an indispensable guide to the city’s timeworn shops. From humble neighborhood stores tucked away on narrow side streets to well-known institutions on historic avenues, anyone with a love of New York City will cherish being given a visual walking tour far beyond the scope of even the most thorough visitor or observant resident. 336 pages, 4 gatefolds. Gingko Press: first edition. $65.00

LINK: www.jamesandkarlamurray.com

curro_claret

Al cortar el pan las migas caen a un embudo y luego a una manguera que las lleva a un recipiente al exterior de la casa para los pájaros libres.

LINK: www.curroclaret.com via www.cuartoderecha.com

Spraygraphic.com is calling for MINI works of art that are exactly 4in by 4in (10.16cm x 10.16cm). Submissions can range from a mounted sheet of paper to a sculpture but it must be able to be hung flat on the wall. Submit paintings, drawings, photography, sculpture, graphic design, fibers, clay, etc. We expect to end up with a gallery full of diverse, compelling, and exquisite little pieces of art. ALL SUBMISSIONS ARE FREE. DEADLINE MARCH 5th, 2009 

LINK: www.spraygraphic.com/minimini

supercolor600

We aim to re-start production of analog Integral Film  for vintage Polaroid cameras in 2010. We have acquired Polaroid’s old equipment, factory and seek your support.

LINK: www.the-impossible-project.com

merel_van_den_berg

How many A3 sheets can be filled with a marker pen? When is the pen truly empty?

LINK: www.merelvandenberg.com

richard_nicholson

Summer 2006. Durst announces that it will no longer manufacture photographic enlargers. Sales have plummeted from a peak of 107,000 units in 1979 to just a few hundred units in recent years. 1979 was the year my father constructed a darkroom and introduced me to photography. I was immediately entranced by the printing process, and I cherished the long hours spent in this dark, silent, private space. Ever since the darkroom has been integral to my work as a photographer. But for how much longer? Labs are closing their doors, Polaroid has stopped making instant film. Clients are demanding the immediate feedback of digital photography.
Several of the darkrooms featured have since closed down. Others will surely follow.

LINK: www.richardnicholson.com via www.lifelounge.com

marshall_alexander

Growing up in the seventies and eighties, my childhood memories basically consist of videogames, bright plastic toys and TV cartoons. Any time that was left I spent drawing and programming games for my Commodore 64. At a later age a few of my childhood dreams became a reality when I temporarily moved to Melbourne, where I worked as a videogame programmer, did oil-painting in a studio and had my work displayed in one of the local galleries. After a course in Graphic Design I made a career-switch and became a graphic designer/illustrator. Currently back in The Netherlands I work at a small design company and spend my spare time illustrating my childhood memories and designing papertoys. I specialize in one-piece papertoys that consist of a single flat piece of paper, which by intricate folding is transformed into a 3-dimensional model. 

LINK: http://marshallalexander.net via www.my-os.net

9000

LINK: www.flickriver.com

keyboard_cufflinks
These stylishly geeky “page up, page down” cufflinks are hand made from old keyboards. This perfect pair of keys has been a best seller for 3 years in a row! Gift boxed and tied with a ribbon, these make great gifts for your staff, groomsmen, your geeky boyfriend or even for dad! Size: 9cm x 9cm x 3 cm box. $14.95 USD

LINK: www.geekware.ca

newspapers

Martin John Callanan is aggregating – daily – the front pages of all printed national newspapers from around the world into one place. (Currently includes 618 titles).

LINK: http://allnews.greyisgood.eu

stas_aki

LINK: http://stasaki.com via www.cuartoderecha.com

pigeon

Wear a little piece of sporting greatness around your neck with this original pigeon racing ring necklace. Complete with sterling silver chain and individual pigeon profile.

LINK: www.chinnychinchin.net

LINK: www.flickr.com via www.ecrans.fr

Over the past month Folke Köbberling and Martin Kaltwasser have been building a giant amphitheatre out of junk, called Amphis. With the aid of volunteers and intrigued onlookers, the German duo have almost finished and the result is worth a visit. As a study in patchwork construction, it is a magical space of chambers fabricated by borrowers, and has a glory unmatched by any corporate office block. It helps that Kaltwasser is an architect, so the building is structurally sound and user-friendly. The two have been collaborating since 1998, creating amorphous forms out of trash that retain a childlike simplicity in spite of rigorous engineering. – Jessica Lack, The Guardian 23.9.2008

LINK: www.folkekoebberling.de

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