Archive for the ‘Art’ Category


A Different Berlin Wall

  This promotional video created by phone company LG and projected on a building in Berlin incorporates some very imaginative high-tech imagery  and intelligent scripting which heightens the impression of “audience participation” in an alternative dimension. It also gives new meaning to the term: “Berlin Wall” – a wonder-filled  example of how applied creative imagination […]

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Can Art Change the World?

Parisian photographer and street artist "JR" has undertaken many projects that have spanned the planet, using giant billboard sized monochromatic photographs in unexpected places, in positions of high visibility. He started out as a graffiti artist in Paris, but after finding a camera on the Metro, began taking photographs documenting his friends painting graffiti on […]

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Wikileaks Christmas Song

Dan and Dan again… filling up the infogaps that the papers didn’t cover before Christmas.  

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Leonardo Baa Vinci and the Sheepish Smile

The hills of Wales are covered with fluffy white sheep, but next time you travel through there see if you can spot this lot…

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Read it in the Daily Mail

If you are a performer and want to work successfully with somebody else, it can make all the difference if you choose your colleague/s partner/s well. I may have taken a while to get used to listening to Ant and Dec’s version of the Geordie lilt before I stopped cringing (I normally like Geordie but […]

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Miwa Matrayek’s glorious visions

Prepare to be entranced…. Performed in Oxford, England in July 2010 by Miwa Matreyek. Matrayek walks behind a screen to become an integral part of the moving landscape of dreams that her magical “Myth and Infrastructure” performance creates. Using projected video imagery combined with the silhouette of her shadow, music and the magic of imagination, […]

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Touchdown Jesus – Lighting Strike – Ohio

A six-story statue of Jesus Christ in Monroe, Ohio was struck by lightning and burned to the ground, leaving a blacked steel skeleton. Insurance companies are calling it “An Act of God” The “King of Kings” statue had become one of southwest Ohio’s most familiar landmarks having stood at the evangeliocal Solid Rock Church since […]

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