Wonderful, surreal, Alice in Wonderland-vibe in these paintings by artist, Lola Gil. See more images of Lola’s work below!
While it hasn’t been officially confirmed by Netflix or Channel 4 (the UK station that originally aired the show), new episodes of Black Mirror are in the works! According to RadioTimes, series creator, Charlie Brooker, is currently writing scripts for a third series! And Netflix (which owns the rights to the back catalogue) is said to be in advanced negotiations to produce it!
If you’re not familiar with the show, Black Mirror is basically a subtle, pseudo-sci-fi drama. Each episode feels like a mini-movie with its own stand-alone story and distinct, not-so-distant futuristic/dystopian setting. However, all 7 episodes (3 episodes over 2 seasons/series, plus a Christmas special) revolve around the same cautionary theme of the dark side of human nature and our relationship to technology.
Anyway, if you’re already a fan of the show this is great news! If not, it’s time to get caught up! Check out one of the best episodes of the first season below.
54 drone propellers, 1 semi-protective dome/umbrella, an elaborate metal bar apparatus, and what looks to be some plastic crates. “The Swarm” is Youtuber gasturbine101‘s own personal flying machine which is basically both the best and worst idea ever! It only works for 10 minutes and cost the guy about £6000. Watch the precarious test flight video below!
Designers Jesse Reed and Hamish Smyth, the duo behind the highly successful New York City Transit Authority Graphics Standards Manual Kickstarter campaign, are at it again. This time around they have their hearts set on releasing a reissue of the 1975 NASA Graphics Standards Manual.
The Kickstarter aims to celebrate the now iconic work of Richard Danne and Bruce Blackburn (of Danne & Blackburn), the young design firm responsible for the redesign, which was part of President Richard Nixon’s general initiative to raise the standard of design and communications of US government agencies in the early 70s.
More images and promo video for this fantastic archival project below!
Youtube star Andrew Huang, known for his unorthodox covers of popular songs, takes The Weeknd’s recent hit “Can’t Feel My Face” and remakes it using dentist equipment! Watch the video below.