By experimental videographer Eran Amir. To wit:
RUN BABY RUN is a 3d printed animation, created 100% in camera, on location, with no green-screen or digital trickery. Over 2,500 unique photos were shot in the making of the video.
It’s who you’ll be wearing next season, dahling.
An abandoned 1:3 scale wooden replica of the Russian VKK Orbiter shuttle (used as a wind tunnel model in the 1980s), currently mouldering away in a corner of Zhukovsky airfield in Moscow, documented by aviation photographer Aleksander Markin.
‘The Planet’ – a fully functional LEGO turntable (with matching tube-amp and speaker cases) made by Korean block enthusiast Hayarobi using 2,405 pieces of LEGO, a LEGO Power Functions battery box and M-motor and just one non-LEGO component – an Audio Technica phono cartridge.
Exhibited at the 2014 Seoul Brick Pop Art Exhibition
Note the clever use of LEGO tyres as tonearm counterweights.
Watch a demo here.
An old anatomy model at TCD, photographed – on the verge of being dumped, having provided years of service to med students – by Anthony Edwards (Senior Clinical Photographer at St. James’s Hospital Dublin) – one of the finalists in this year’s Wellcome Image Awards.
The winner will be chosen on Wednesday.
G’wan the Tony.
(Thanks John Gallen)