Australian artist Daniel Stoupin has created a video that combines thousands of close-up photographs of beautiful corals in a way that makes them seem extraterrestrial. To make this clip, Stoupin took over 150,000 shots of these strangely beautiful creatures, and yes, colors are real, no digital enhancement, just white balance correction with curves.
How one can make a great architecture out of corrugated metal. The project of Australian architect Raffaello Rosselli was to re-purpose an existing tin shed at the rear of a residential lot, in the inner-city suburb of Redfern, Sydney. As the only remaining shed in the area it is a unique reminder of the suburb’s industrial past. Find out more about Tinshed on Rosselli’s homepage.
All images © Mark Syke, Richard Carr.
James Jirat Patradoon (born 1985) is an Australian Illustrator. »At the end of August 2012 he had a one night only exhibition at The Tate in Glebe showcasing a bunch of work he made whilst procrastinating other work. It was made up of animated gifs displayed on old CRT televisions, digitally printed flags, and a sculpture featuring a four armed customised biker jacket. Inspired by the fashion and costume of black metal music, gangster rap, professional wrestling, sci-fi films, and superheroes, James‘ work is an irreverent take on the stoic nature of macho pop culture.«
Very talented and highly skilled«: »8 yr old Juliet teamed up with the hottest producer Rob Sharpe this school holidays and smashed out this brutal track. Juliet takes you on a journey of her love for her dog, Robert and how her pet fish stink even though Juliet has zero sense of smell. The Australian Hardcore scene will never be the same!!«