My new mic stand, I am stoked!
Stand designed by L. Greenwood of Primitive Ways Records
Bismuth is the prettiest element, guys.
Three cheers for bismuth
I have a piece of this on my desk at home. My entire family made fun of me for buying bismuth instead of some other precious stone, but it’s a gorgeous element and I don’t regret a thing.
Bismuth is pretty
I dont need gold or silver
i just spent way too much time playing with this
As soon as I realized what it was I fucking died
Ok. For those of you unfamiliar with origami diagrams, dash-dash-dash lines mean valley fold (points away from you) and dash-dot-dash lines mean mountain fold (points towards you). For me, dot-dot-dot lines mean…
No matter how long the slinky is, the bottom of the slinky will stay still (hover) until the top reaches it. Even if the slinky is over 1000 feet long.
Fucking hypnotic. Physics, how the fuck does it work?
it probably has a lot to do with the transfer of energy and newtons first law
just to wager a guess
Sick Lollipop-Making Skills of the Day: A Chinese street vendor whips up an intricate dragon-shaped caramel sticky-pop for a young sweet-toothed patron.
If you’ve ever wanted to step into a room that feels like it goes on into infinity, well, now you can. At Tate Modern in London from February 9 to June 5, 2012, you’ll find a space filled with mirrors and small LED lights, which change color. Infinity Mirror Room – Filled with the Brilliance of Life is by famous Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama, an 82-year-old woman who has spent most of the last forty years of her life as a voluntary resident in a psychiatric hospital. Telegraph says that soon after “she became a household name, her signature polka dot patterns covering everything from department stores to buses.” (If the name sounds familiar, she was also the one behind The Obliteration Room at the Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane which we wrote about here.)
This new installation, created specifically for her retrospective at Tate Modern, is the artist’s largest mirrored room to date. Vogue UK describes it as “suspending the viewer in space.”
You can get a preview of the show on Guardian’s website. In addition to a sequence of rooms, the exhibition will feature many of Kasuma’s artworks in various media including painting, sculpture, and film.
WHY HAS NOBODY DONE THIS BEFORE?
Going to London in April. Yesssss.
Look like I need to visit the Tate again :D
FIVE COME WITH ME TO THE INFINITE BLUE ROOM
:O I want to go!
Oh man, I want to go too ~