“In Dr. Strangelove Dr. Strangelove, Kristan Horton imitates the satirical movie Dr. Strangelove and creates a new world for the film—silverware become an airplane, plastic and coffee grounds become the sky.”
How. A shame Kristian Horton’s work consists of stills only, it’d be interesting to see the entire movie this way (I was thinking of those Lego Star Wars videos). But still, this got me thinking a lot about miniature experimentation. I should have a go at silly sci-fi.
Just finished principal photography in my newest short film*. I just want to thank the rest of the gang: Marcelino, Ines, Margarida and Joana.
* If you are wondering: it was a sort of secret project, but will be ready soon.
The Computer History section at the Warsaw Technology Museum apparently is the place for East Bloc computer pr0n. Retrofuturists rejoice!
London from above, at night. Some incredible examples of night photography — mostly of landmarks and the City / Eastern London skyscrapers — perfect postcards. But I like the commonplace more.
Lots, lots of Olympic action photos (beware, all images in the same long page). Many incredible close-ups and high speed details as I guess the Olympic Games are a photographer goldmine. So this rare item is the photo I had to use to illustrate this post.
I can’t resist posting another, though. Isn’t fencing just awesome to look at, it is it just me carrying a small atavistic bit of Star Wars geekness?