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Ecuador-based designer Javior Pérez, also known as Cintascotch, combines everyday objects like paperclips, grapes, nails, and binder rings with simple illustrations to create delightful artworks. You can see more of the “Instagram Experiments” on Pérez’s profile.
(Via Laughing Squid.)
IBM makes an extraordinary little film by manipulating individual molecules
Hollywood loves to go big with movies. IBM scientists went small — very small. The company’s researchers produced a short, stop-motion film to showcase their efforts to design the next generation of data storage, and they did it by manipulating individual atoms to create images of a boy playing with a ball and bouncing on a trampoline. The clip, called A Boy and His Atom, has been certified by Guinness World Records as the “Smallest Stop-Motion Film” ever.
Andre Torrez has a cute and simple recipe for making your shell prompt into a hamburger (or other whimsical emoji character). Just type
The Chinese House, Potsdam, Germany (by Wolfgang Staudt)
(Via All things Europe.)
#298 Echo chamber – A new minimal geometric composition each day
(Via Geometry Daily.)
Project Opera House Cake