Quite often I am convinced that Internet, along with inherent madness and information age anxieties, is also a medium to experience and communicate newer thoughts and imaginations. This morning I spotted three interesting reads over the internet. The first one shows Impressive Driftwood Horse Sculptures by James Doran-Webb. Doran is a british-born artist who makes driftwood life size horse sculptors. One should definitely watch these horses coming live with oceans waves. The second one is a compilation of photographs taken by a russian women. She captures moments of engagement of her kids with animals on her farm. The pics are simply amazing and I really loved the one where one of her kid leans against the shoulders of a mastiff dog. The third one is a little specific to me as a designer. It belong to Wired News Archives. It is a commentary on the film ‘her‘ suggesting how interestingly the movies is not about technology but about people.
It is not so often that one comes across a set of works which isn’t simply inspiring but also challenges the usual notions of what is possible and what is not. I realized this few minutes ago when I came across the site of someone called ‘Adam Magyar’. He is a photographer of a different kind one who writes codes to cleanup the noise from his pictures to create an extraordinary imaginary. You can read more about him by clicking here and can see what he does on this link.
I don’t know but it all sounds interestingly incoherent.. I am asking people around about their new year plans. They say n-different things to me. Someone wants to move to town to meet friends and spend the rest of the evening partying while there are few who want to stay disciplined by making sure that they maintain their routine even today and tomorrow as it comes. And a distinct others want to check their TV sets and internet buzz and then decide how should they be reacting. Whatever goes but asking people is fun :)
Happy New Year 2014
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,100 times in 2013. If it were a cable car, it would take about 18 trips to carry that many people.