“Below Zero”: French Photographer Christophe Jacrot Captures Russian City Of Norilsk Covered In A Snow Blizzard

With his series “Below Zero”, the French photographer Christophe Jacrot plunges us into the most extreme winters in the world. Norilsk (Siberia, Russia) is the first stop on the journey. This mining city built under Stalin by prisoners to exploit underground nickel is located 200km north of the Arctic Circle. Accessible only by plane and prohibited to foreigners, it is one of the most… Continue reading

A Couple Of Nerds Got 36 iMac Boxes And Made An iWheel

This is what happens when you have a boring ass job. It all started with 36 cardboard boxes, a few rolls of packing tape and one big idea. For more than a year, systems administrator Mike Campadore had been stashing away iMac boxes whenever the university ordered new computers, noting that the slightly angled shape of the boxes could create a giant wheel if he collected enough of them. Continue reading

KangHee Kim’s Images Are As Satisfying To Create As They Are To Look At

Photographs by KangHee Kim are known in corners all over the internet. Instantly satisfying but including something just-not-quite-right, her crafted images have garnered a huge following, always stopping people whilst scrolling through feeds. At a basic level, it would be easy to describe KangHee’s work as easily digestible images that make you ask “how did she do that?!” before moving onto the… Continue reading

Hypnotic music video drawn with markers and watercolor paint

London-based animator Emanuele Kabu has delivered a sensational animated music video for Oregon indie rock duo The Helio Sequence’s latest single ‘Upward Mobility.’ The psychedelic visuals are made of constantly evolving patterns and characters, mostly hand-drawn with watercolor paint and marker pens. To create overlapping textures, digital animation was combined with stop-motion techniques and a wide variety of methods. The result is four minutes of art in motion. Continue reading