With so much information readily available–and literally at our fingertips–it would be reasonable to assume that we’d be one of the most learned generations in recent memory. As empirical evidence might suggest, though, that doesn’t seem to be the case. Barcelona-based design studio Big Lazy Robot highlights this paradox, poking fun at our intellectual decline at the height of technological innovation.
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As the holidays approach, many of us will spend significantly more time in the kitchen–either creating or consuming the colorful carbohydrates seen above. Why not feed your brain with a bit of an understanding of the chemistry behind the cookie?
So, thanks to Siri iPhones already can. But what if it had the capacity to comment on the mundane monotony that it sees every day as it travels from our pockets or purses and into our fingertips?
Playing with themes of physical and linear movement, filmmakers spent the day at the Boston Ballet’s Studio 7 to capture these art-meets-athleticism behind the scenes. The chopped up and stretched out result is amazing.
Factory production settings often conjure images of misery, terrible labor conditions and general despondency, but not so here. One might even call it mesmerizing.
Tacking over 25,000 miles under his belt in the process, Swiss artist Tobias Gutmann has truly taken the art of portraiture to scale. Traveling from Tokyo to London to Dar es Salaam with his analog portrait booth, Gutmann provides international patrons with the opportunity to re-envision themselves as their authentic and deconstructed selves.