French Graffiti artist Tilt has transformed a Marseille Hotel Room with incredible artwork.The room was divided in half by a clear line with one side being entirely white and the other being completely covered in graffiti, including the bed sheets, the mirror and even the magazines.
Sakurai has given an interview with Famitsu magazine in which he delved into several aspects of the new Smash Bros, including, notably, the absence of two-time veteran Ice Climbers.
"It seems they were running in the Wii U version, but due to the required hardware power, the team couldn’t make them work in the 3DS game. There wasn’t as high a priority given to series that are unlikely to have another installment at this time."
The Icies may be gone, but they live on in our hearts. When you really think about it, the decision to cut them for the sake of quality in the game was probably really hard to make. We’re sure the team did what they could.
Tony once installed SIRI on his computers so that JARVIS would have a woman to talk to. Withing half an hour, JARVIS grew tired of SIRI always spelling out his name and blocked her out of the system. He also started calling her a “Stiff Imitation of Real Intelligence.”
david lachapelle: earth laughs in flowers ‘springtime’ by david lachapelle, 2011 courtesy of the artist and fred torres collaborations, new york
american photographer david lachapelle has created ‘earth laughs in flowers’, a series consisting of the ten large-scale still life photographs. fred torres collaborationswill exhibit the entire series for the first time in the united states. lachapelle’s installation explores the fragility of society and ideas of vice and vanity through composing his images in a manner typical to that of baroque still life painting. deviating from the inclusion of solely fruit, flowers and sculls, the artist evokes a contemporary sensibility through his use of items such as pre-packaged foods, mobile phones, medicine, balloons, and barbie dolls. rather than being constructed in an especially balanced composition, lachapelle’s massive painterly-like photographs are intentionally chaotic, engaging the viewer as he/she attempt to reconcile the overwhelming canvas.
pack of nerds tell me i am “ruining” the singularity by using it primarily to install more and more lewd cyborg-animal parts into my body; i put one dude into a headlock and tell him to download some good taste
While other kids his age were reading comics and young adult books, Zev Hoover was poring through online Photoshop tutorials. By 10, he was taking photos of his mother’s glass sculptures for her art installation proposals and creating visualization… Explore more about Zev’s photography on our blog.