From the Vehicular Manslaughter poster collection on A Time to Get.
Via Definitive Touch.
Using an algorithm developed for the WIRED Anniversary visualisation, IBM Visual Communication Lab research scientists, Fernanda Viégas and Martin Wattenberg, developed software to calculate the relative proportions of different colors seen in photos taken in each month of the year, and plotted them on a wheel, with summer at the top and time proceeding clockwise, to produce this beautiful visualisation, which they call Flickr Flow.
This beautiful interior shot by Jeltje Photography struck a chord with me. Possibly to do with the fact that not only do I love clean, white minimal interiors like this (“no shit Sherlock..!” I hear you say) but also because Mrs C wants us to get a greyhound.
Thanks to Daniel.
Via This isn’t happiness.
Posted this not only because of the cool bike but also because it represents just one of a whole bunch of crazy, sexy, cool photographs in the portfolio of Kingston photographer Peter Dean Rickards.
Marking the 400th anniversary of the first telescope observations made by Galileo Galilei, italian designer Odoardo Fioravanti has designed this beautiful telescope, with a wooden body, for optical instruments manufacturers, Palomar.
Photographs by Emanuele Zamponi.
Love this photo, found on Yimmys Yayo. Would like to know who the originator was.