In this edition of Video Inspiration we celebrate YouTube’s 7th Birthday with them, look at Pearl Jam bassist Jeff Ament giving back to the community, listen to a story told through the design of Pentagram, watch an exhibition by visual designer Makoto Yabuki, enjoy some breathtaking time lapse footage from around the world and hear… Read more »
The Shard of 32 London Bridge is a pyramid-shaped skyscraper under construction in Southwark, London. Standing almost 310 metres tall, it is currently the 2nd tallest building in Europe and the tallest in the European Union. It is also the second-tallest free-standing structure in the United Kingdom, after the 330-metre (1,083 ft) concrete tower at… Read more »
Our Musical Interlude series is already proving popular and here is another instalment just for you. In time for The Queen’s Jubilee Neil Young has (ironically?) covered the national anthem. We also feature a group of people finding unique ways to play records, the new horror movie inspired Keane music video, a Primus zombie-western themed… Read more »
High Dynamic Range or HDR photography is a method used to allow a greater dynamic range between the lightest and darkest areas of an image. We have handpicked 50 more of the best examples of HDR photography on Flickr for your viewing pleasure.
Welcome to another entry in our video inspiration series. In this seventh instalment we bring you a look inside The New York Time’s clippings storage and photo library, some senseless destruction in high definition, a closer look at the life of a YouTube “Reply Girl”, the new James Bond film SKYFALL teaser trailer, one man… Read more »
During May 2012 there was a phenomenon known as Supermoon. A supermoon is the coincidence of a full moon or a new moon with the closest approach the Moon makes to the Earth on its elliptical orbit, resulting in the largest apparent size of the moon’s disk as seen from Earth. Thankfully Flickr photographers were… Read more »
In this second instalment of our Musical Interlude series we have five very different music videos for you. A romp around the streets of Paris in Allo Allo, the visually stunning and metaphorical Remember by Raveyards, an acapella cover of Gotye Hit Somebody That I Used To Know, the colourful AU-OJ By Takcom and the… Read more »
Still can’t get enough of Ben Heine’s amazing Pencil Vs Camera series? Great because neither can we, so here are some bonus concepts that were created outside of the main series. If you haven’t already, see The First 30 Pieces or The 31st-60th Pieces. There are also some media interviews with the man himself, a… Read more »