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Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPwildthings

Weekend Hashtag Project is a series featuring designated themes and hashtags chosen by Instagram’s Community Team. For a chance to be featured on the Instagram blog, follow @instagram and look for a post every week announcing the latest project.

The goal this weekend is to make creative videos of the animal kingdom.

Here are some ideas to get started:

  • Showcase your pet’s personality by capturing them in their element – whether that’s mid-Frisbee in the backyard or curled up in a favorite nook.
  • Take a furry friend on a neighborhood adventure, and record your route with Instagram’s Hyperlapse app.
  • Don’t forget about animals in the wild! Explore the sights and sounds of nature like birds chirping in pine trees or dolphins breaching at the coast.

PROJECT RULES: Please add the #WHPwildthings hashtag only to videos taken over this weekend and only submit your own visuals to the project. If you include music in your submissions, please only use music to which you own the rights. Any tagged video taken over the weekend is eligible to be featured next week.



Remember that lyric comic I posted a few days ago? 

Well I spent a week cleaning up/reworking some panels and then stitched together some odd 153 individual shots so now you can watch the whole thing as a snazzy video - check it out! :D

(edit: I switched it to vimeo since they seem to support HD better, but if that breaks you can still find it on youtube)

The collab is technically finished. So I guess it is okay to post~ And I gotta say…I’m happy with this rush job!

My Splativersary entry for a large community collab book that will be online and free! Check it out soon!



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A Zelda Fancomic voiced by the actors at
“Ravio’s Escape” is an ALBW comic by Ferisae about Ravio’s adventure before Link.

All music is from the game
Please like or reblog, and do not steal, or repost.

Ferisae: @ferisae
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This massive digital mural is the work of Dutch artists Arno Coenen, Iris Roskam and their team designers and animators. Entitled Horn of Plenty, it’s a 118,000-square-foot work of art that’s projected onto the interior walls of MVRDV’s stunning horseshoe-shaped Markthal building in the city of Rotterdam. The building opens in October 2014 and will be home to an indoor market - including fresh fish stands, bakers, butchers, and produce stands, apartments, restaurants, retailers and the municipal court.

The Horn of Plenty is comprised of numerous individual screens working together to create an ultra HD video projection that beautifully blankets the 40-meter high arch inside the building.

“When the work is fully completed in october, an ultra HD video projection will function as a projection screen, displaying a cosmic vortex of food resembling the milky way, slowly rotating the massive images of food as if raining down on the spectator.”

Don’t worry if you can’t make it to Rotterdam, click here to view a 360° interior panorama.

[via designboom]


Aya Atoui & Manal Elias. A House For A Home.

“A House For A Home” is a creative collaboration between a Lebanese photographer Aya Atoui, and his Syrian colleague Manal Elias. The pair decided to join forces last year and create video projections on various Dubai buildings. They took photos of their efforts which were recently on display at The Third Line gallery in Dubai.

Atoui and Elias‘ inspiration came from the fact they lived in a place with no sense of identity – geography and personality-wise. The idea of the projections was about capturing temporary moments, where the faceless buildings and street corners are activated and given the chance to re-invent themselves. Intriguing, haunting and absolutely beautifully executed.


Last winter French artist Alain Thomas turned the Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul in Nantes, France into an enormous canvas for an awesome animated light show entitled Illumi'Nantes.

The kaleidoscopic display depicts the story of the Nativity in vibrant colors that blanket the entire front of the magnificent Gothic cathedral:

Click here to view large still image of the light show.

[via Neatorama]

Pablo Valbuena, Site-specific installation. Matadero Madrid. ES. 2010. Video projection on architecture.

Quadratura was the technique used in the baroque to extended architecture through trompe l’oeil and perspective constructions generated with paint or sculpture. The site-specific installation presented at Matadero Madrid follows the same principles but manipulating space by means of projected light. The main axis of the room of Abierto x Obras is extended and the limits of the physical space dissolved. This project has been possible thanks to the support of Matadero Madrid (Ayudas a la creación contemporánea) and Laboral Centro de Arte.