This made me really smile. Worlds smallest sushi, yet taken with one mega camera! Watch until the end!
Archive for August, 2011
This is a neat idea I think I read about somewhere. Â I bought a heat gun, usually used for home improvement projects, and discovered it heats up to 1000 degrees F. Â So far, I’ve used it to crisp chicken skin, melt chocolate, toast bread, and make single-serving bacon-wrapped figs. Â Hope it inspires some out-of-the-box cooking.
posted at whycook
“In the “Genetic Portraits” photo series, Canadian photographer Ulric Collette combines the portraits of two members of the same family into one half-and-half composite in order to illustrate the family’s visual similarities. My Modern Metropolis interviewed Collete about the ongoing project.
photos by Ulric Collette ”
Mirrored images after the jump via laughingsquid
“This making of the “Evolution of Games” is an impressive, coordinated and directed masterpiece, and proof that not everything is done inside of a computer.
It’s fun to see the piece come to life while watching the finished piece in the same window. Hooray for handiwork. ”
“Tony Orrico is a visual artist, performer, and choreographer. His Penwald Drawings have been presented and exhibited internationally, attracting attention from prominent collectors and institutions.”
“Jonathan R. Trappe is a pilot of an unusual aircraft: literally a towering cluster of toy balloons. Didn’t you have this dream, as a child? Just holding onto a cluster of balloons, and floating off into open space? Trappe flies exactly this fantasy aircraft, in manned flight, through open skies.”
“Stephen Tobolowsky is one of the leading character actors in film today. USA Today listed Stephen as the 9th most frequently seen actor in movies. He has appeared in over 100 films and 200 television shows. He is best known for playing Ned Ryerson in Groundhog Day, Sammy Jankis in Memento, Werner Brandes in Sneakers, Happy Chapman in Garfield, and Mr. Bates in Freaky Friday.”
“Elliott Erwitt was born in Paris to Russian émigré parents on July 26th, 1928. His journalistic essays, illustrations, and advertisements have been featured in publications around the world for over half a century. To date he continues to be one of the leading figures in the competitive field of photography.”