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Powers of Ten

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Riveting short film from Charles and Ray Eames.

In 1977, the Eameses took a break from designing iconic furniture to produce this mind-expanding video exploring the relative size of things, from the microscopic to the cosmic. Superb. Bonus images: Charles Eames (in lift) filming early version of film, chart plotting film sequences ...read more

UCLA Creates Transparent Solar Film for Energy-Producing Windows

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Clear polymer solar cells could cover skyscrapers and tablets

Imagine, if you will, a world where building windows and computer screens produce electricity via clear solar cells. Well, it may not be as far off as you think. Researchers at the UCLA have developed a new transparent solar cell that can absorb radiation without compromising your ability to see through it. That means that the film can be attached to glass and......read more

Leo Berne's Beautiful Film Photos

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Warm analog pics capture fragments of memory

When he's not crafting wildly creative videos and commercials as a director for MEGAFORCE (check the official vid for Tame Impala's "Solitude is Bliss"), Leo Berne is cruising around the country, shooting analog photos. If you like traveling (who doesn't) and the warmth of film photography (ditto), then these are for you. "I take pictures like a tourist," Leo says, "mostly to create nice images......read more

Trevor Gordon: Unpredictable

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Travel photos capture B.C. coast on 35mm film

We recently spotted these photos on The Cleanest Line, the excellent blog published by outdoor clothing brand Patagonia. The pictures, shot by Patagonia friend and product tester Trevor Gordon, document his travels along the west coast of Vancouver Island on a quest for waves.  "There is a beauty to the unpredictable," said Gordon. "Whenever I go on a trip I won't let my trustworthy......read more

Doug Aitken 'Migration'

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Outdoor film installation captures wild animals in the unlikeliest of settings – motel rooms.

Doug Aitken's film installation 'Migration,' in which wild animals of North America are placed in curiously human domains, makes a powerful statement on the domestication of the wild and our isolation from nature. For the piece, the California artist hired animal wranglers from the TV and movie industries to bring the creatures in front of cameras in rented motel rooms. The work......read more

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