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heimlich fotografierte Textbotschaften

Fotograf Jeff Marmelstein hat jahrelang heimlich Leute beim Texten in der Öffentlichkeit fotografiert- also ihre Inhalte. Spannendes, auch medienethisch provozierendes Projekt.
(Könnte aber auch inszeniert sein.)

You can tell a lot about people from their text messages. Just ask Jeff Mermelstein, a master of modern-day street photography who, for the past three years, has been surreptitiously snapping pictures of New Yorkers’ phone screens on his own iPhone.

(via artnet)

Matthias Kranebitter – Encyclopedia of pitch and deviation

Nirvana: Nevermind, erster Coverentwurf

Rembrandt’s Nachtwache in 44.8 Gigapixel

Geradezu obszön-

One of Rembrandt van Rijn’s most iconic paintings The Night Watch is currently undergoing restoration at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. As part of the effort, the team took hundreds of photographs of the Dutch master’s painting and stitched them together into a massive 44.8 gigapixel image, which they have released online in a zoomable interface. The level of detail available here is incredible. Here’s the max zoom level on the right eye of the gentleman in the middle, the captain of the company that paid Rembrandt to do the painting.

(via kottke)

Art Zoom

Google Arts & Culture, with expertise from music video geniuses La Blogothèque, have produced a series of videos they’re calling Art Zoom. Inspired a bit by ASMR, the videos feature musicians talking about famous artworks while they zoom in & out of high-res images taken with Google’s Art Camera.

(via kottke)

film scenes inspired by famous paintings

(via BoingBoing)

Le Sacre du Printemps, Teletubbies Interpretation

(via Susanne auf FB)

Das kinematographische Total

György Pálfi hat einen Film aus praktisch der gesamten Kino-Ikonographie montiert.

In this experimental feature-length film that played at Cannes in 2012, director György Pálfi constructed a love story using clips from 450 films that span nearly the entire history of cinema. I was afraid this would be gimmicky, but it’s so well constructed and so smoothly adheres to the tropes of romantic movies that I got totally sucked in.

(via kottke)

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