This is a time lapse video of Pablo Picasso painting in oils allowing us to see his creative process at work. What's amazing is that he actually deforms the painting as he goes, basically taking a relatively normal painting and turning it into his signature style. Sort of like what I do, only instead of abstracting the image I like to draw on little mustaches with a marker. You could even say I'm the Picasso of the modern era. You'd be wrong, but you could still say it.
Note: Video is after the jump because I can't have any of you that are lactose intolerant getting sick from your butt on the front page.
This is Geekologie Reader Matt's stop-motion animation made using nothing but milk bottle tops (pogs, bitches!). It features a couple short... / Continue →
A History of the Sky is a project by Ken Murphy in which he plans to collect 365 days worth of time-lapse video from the sky above San Francisco, and then slap them all together in a video mosaic, each cell representing one day, in chronological order. Impressive Ken, but have... / Continue →
Note: Worthwhile video is after the jump because we just finished playing hopscotch.
This is a viral Samsung ad for their new line of 3-D televisions voiced by a man who may or may not be Dave Attell. It explores what a bunch of artistic masterpieces actually look like in 3-D... / Continue →