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History, 2013

J. Shea

Posted on Friday, April 18 at 11:51
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'memories find shade in the sun' Bic biro drawing with a collection of vintage photographs.

Posted on Friday, April 18 at 11:39
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cloud iridescence — caused as light diffracts through tiny ice crystals or water droplets of uniform size, usually in lenticular clouds — photographed by rolf kohl. (more cloud pics)

Posted on Wednesday, April 16 at 20:22
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As I get older, the things I should do and the things I want to do are slowly merging into same. Because of this, I might be starting a business around interactive and digital arts.

Game business in Finland feels like the next big bubble waiting to burst in few years to come. I really want to be part of game industry, but I think it’s not enough as it is here. I want to offer more than that.

Anyway, I’ve also got a game idea. I’m very tempted, as I’m currently equipped with Maya, Smoke, Fusion 360, Unity, Blender, Adobe Creative Suite and many more lovely and helpful programs. And I’m attending the Nordic Game Conference in Malmö to improve my connections and possibilities (and to get crushing feedback on my big fat ideas).

So, to the point: my talented, gaming and/or digital art oriented friends, wanna team up in June and hear me out? :>

Machinarium scene above by Stuart Lynch.

Posted on Saturday, April 5 at 12:14
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Posted on Friday, April 4 at 17:17
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Useless Machine (Arrhythmic Carousel), 1953

Bruno Munari

Posted on Friday, April 4 at 15:15
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“As he ascended into the Himalayas, he felt as if he were walking into a myth, up into the mountains and back in time. ‘If I can’t get a good book out of this,’ he remembers thinking to himself, ‘I ought to be shot.’”

New York Times Magazine profiles author and Paris Review co-founder Peter Matthiessen.

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You might hear it, a faint noise so far inside your mind
That it must come from somewhere, from light rushing to darkness,
Energy burning towards entropy, towards a peaceful solution,
Burning brilliantly, spontaneously, in the iddle of nowhere,
And you, too, must make a sound that is somewhat like it,
THough that, of course, you have no way of hearing at all.

George Bradley, from “The Sound of the Sun.”
Photography: Uta Barth.

Posted on Monday, March 31 at 21:32
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biro drawing on 19th century Parisian map

Posted on Sunday, March 30 at 22:41
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James Juron

Posted on Sunday, March 30 at 9:40
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Alexander Roshchin

Posted on Thursday, March 27 at 20:37
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Running Bride

Odd Nerdrum

Posted on Thursday, March 27 at 10:43
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Giorgos Rorris

Posted on Wednesday, March 26 at 8:47
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The Ice Horses of Ladoga by André Prah. 

The story that inspired Prah inspired us, too.  You can hear it in our latest podcast.

Posted on Wednesday, March 26 at 8:29
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