The first millisecond of a Nuclear explosion from the Tumbler-Snapper tests performed in Nevada during 1952.


I really wanted this to be an actual tattoo. Alas, it is just clever photography by Diana Eastman.
[This Isn't Happiness]

20 Hz

20 Hz from Semiconductor on Vimeo.

The visualization of the audio collected during a geo-magnetic storm occurring in the Earth's upper atmosphere.
[Big Speck]

History's Shadows

X-rays of art objects from antiquity culled from museum archives and re-photographed by David Maisel.
[but does it float]

Occupy George

"By circulating dollar bills stamped with fact-based info-graphics, Occupy George informs the public of America's daunting economic disparity one bill at a time. Because
knowledge is power."
Occupy George

Analog Vinyl Sampling

Analog Vinyl Sampling from Ishac Bertran on Vimeo.

Ishac Bertran has experimented with analog sampling of modified vinyls.

"Sectors from a vinyl record are [laser] cut and replaced by pieces with exact shape from other records. When played in a vinyl player the needle follows the grooves from both sectors creating sampled tunes or loops."

Rouge, Vert, et Bleu

Sandra Falquet & Anne-Sophie Blancato "repaired" cracks in walls and street with colorful clay.

One of the many results from the first (annual?) "Urban Hacking School" held during the festival Perffusion 2011 in Strasbourg. Organized by Tony Weingartner & Rebel:Art.