Topographically accurate LED moon light by NOSIGNER
“The so called Supermoon – the lunar occurance on March 19th, 2011 in which the moon appeared 14% bigger and 30% brighter – shined down on the people of Japan, inspiring them to believe in, and have hope for, rebuilding what they had lost just over a week ago. The Moon is a topographically-accurate LED light that was created based on data retrieved from the Japanese lunar orbiter spacecraft Kaguya.”
INTERSECTION | NYC-NIGHT BY NAVID BARATY
NY, Brooklyn-based photographer Navid Baraty (facebook / behance) - “Anyone who’s walked around a city looking up at the grandeur of the towering buildings knows how small you can feel amid such giants. I wanted to instead look down from those dizzying heights and capture a surreal and altered perspective on the familiar chaotic but rhythmic life below. While there’s undeniable beauty in abstracting architecture into angles and reflections, I was attracted even more by the unique character of each city that could still be perceived from far above.” read more
Cinema Wastes by Fab Ciraolo
In the post-hipster cosmos of Fab Ciraolo, every pop culture icon from comic books to moviedom must be dragged in front of the firing squad of low-lighted modernity and assaulted with a fresh sheen of tattoos and indifference.