Archive for the ‘Visual Stimuli’ Category

 

Blacker Than the Blackest Black

July 15th, 2014

British scientists have produced a material so black that the human eye can’t even comprehend what it’s looking at. The new material, Vantablack, is a nanotube material that absorbs all but 0.035 percent of the visual light, making it so dark that all shapes and contours are lost in it. Darker than even the darkest […]

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Inlumaeh

July 11th, 2014

  Visionary artist Krist Mort has released a pre-sale for her upcoming book, Inlumaeh. The hardbound book contains 90 pages of both color and black and white photography, and an audio CD with a special track by Russian artist Lamia Vox. The special edition has already sold out, but you can reserve your copy of […]

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Vers l’infini et au-delà

July 11th, 2014

Mathieu Cesar – “Vers l’infini et au-delà” from iconoclast on Vimeo.  

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Flat Wear From Salvatore Dali

June 8th, 2014

via the always fun Mental Floss

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She’s Filled With Secrets :: Twin Peaks The Entire Mystery

May 17th, 2014

CBS is finally releasing Twin Peaks on Blu-Ray, along with nearly 90 minutes of previously unreleased footage, along with a new promotional Tumblr. I’m a bit beside myself with excitement. Pre-Order available on Amazon (first thing I did this morning, before even getting out of bed).

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Les Diableries

April 8th, 2014

Les Diableres, a series of more than 70 stereoscopic photographs  published in Paris in the 1860′s. Featuring the work of several different sculptors, the images of intricate clay dioramas depicted scenes from Hell. Meant to me viewed through a stereoscope for a 3D effect, many were hand colored and in some cases the eyes of the […]

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Rob Goodwin

March 26th, 2014

Rob Goodwin fine leatherworks,  couture footwear, accessories and costumes.

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Harpya

March 11th, 2014

Raoul Servais’ 1979 surreal short Harpya, which I could try to explain, but instead I’ll just post  it here. Let’s just say that harpies are not ideal roommates.

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