JAKE PORWAY Brooklyn
These Weird Rainbow Ghosts Show How Wi-Fi Signals Are Shaped | Design | WIRED

These Weird Rainbow Ghosts Show How Wi-Fi Signals Are Shaped | Design | WIRED

SOFLES — LIMITLESS. (by ironlakfilms)

YOU WOOD

Laser cut wood gets moving.  Great animation.

The New America (by Nando Costa)

SLOW LIGHT
Hundreds of snails tagged with LEDs.  Nuff said.
(via Timelapse Video of Hundreds of Snails Tagged with LEDs at Night | Colossal)

SLOW LIGHT

Hundreds of snails tagged with LEDs.  Nuff said.

(via Timelapse Video of Hundreds of Snails Tagged with LEDs at Night | Colossal)

YUMMERZ
Come for the human-algal symbiosis, stay for the sweet Cthulu mask
(via Eating sunlight: Algaculture suit proposes symbiotic bond between humans and algae : TreeHugger)

YUMMERZ

Come for the human-algal symbiosis, stay for the sweet Cthulu mask

(via Eating sunlight: Algaculture suit proposes symbiotic bond between humans and algae : TreeHugger)

JOLENE -17%

A slowed down version of my fav (and over-covered) song Jolene that results in a faux beau with even more haunting vocals than the original.  

(by goodlittlebuddy)

EACH LINE ONE BREATH
I used to do this in my notebooks at school.  This guy does it *way* better.

(via Each Line One Breath: Morphogenetic Freehand Drawings By John Franzen | Colossal)

EACH LINE ONE BREATH

I used to do this in my notebooks at school.  This guy does it *way* better.

(via Each Line One Breath: Morphogenetic Freehand Drawings By John Franzen | Colossal)

LAYERED LANDSCAPES
Paging Vonnegut: The passage of time frozen on one collage.  
(via The Passage of Time Captured in Layered Landscape Collages by Fong Qi Wei | Colossal)

LAYERED LANDSCAPES

Paging Vonnegut: The passage of time frozen on one collage.  

(via The Passage of Time Captured in Layered Landscape Collages by Fong Qi Wei | Colossal)

EXCELlent
"Beautiful Excel" is a low bar to beat, but Tatsuo’s work totally trumps even the sweetest of pivot tables.
(via Tatsuo Horiuchi | the 73-year old Excel spreadsheet artist | Spoon & Tamago)

EXCELlent

"Beautiful Excel" is a low bar to beat, but Tatsuo’s work totally trumps even the sweetest of pivot tables.

(via Tatsuo Horiuchi | the 73-year old Excel spreadsheet artist | Spoon & Tamago)

GREAT JOB

Eric Wareheim + Beach House.  

(via Boing Boing)

Hey You! What Song are you Listening to? NEW YORK (by Tyler Cullen)

Links my mom sends me