19.01.15 by Jeff

Street Culture Logos Made of Food

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I’m surprised I’ve never seen this done before; the Wu-Tang logo made out of an orange peel. MISSBISH put me onto illustrator Tisha Cherry, whose food themed Instagram is bringing me back to my days working in street fashion. More images below.

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19.01.15 by Jeff

Animation: “Thirty Masks” by Martine Frossard

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Simple little animation by Montreal-based illustrator Martine Frossard. Watch “Thirty Masks” below.

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16.01.15 by Jeff

Fred Huening

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Photos by German photographer Fred Huening. More below.

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16.01.15 by Jeff

Marta Verheyen

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Photos by Barcelona-based Marta Verheyen Maynau. Found via our January Submissions. More below.

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16.01.15 by Jeff

App of the Day: Be My Eyes

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This app made me a little emotional; it’s so beautiful. Be My Eyes allows volunteers to lend their eyes to blind people! A blind person simply requests help, a volunteer helper receives a notification, and the two are connected via live video. The request may be for help identifying the expiry date on a carton of milk, or assistance reading a street sign.

Be My Eyes is non-profit, and exists solely to help make a difference in the lives of blind people. Watch the video below.

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15.01.15 by Jeff

Animation: “Planets After Planets” by Titouan Bordeau

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An enjoyable little animation, directed by Titouan Bordeau, about a man and some ducks in outer space (of course). Bordeau made the film in his second year at l’école de la Poudrière. Watch “Planets after Planets” below!

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15.01.15 by Jeff

Portraits of Japanese Kids with Fruit on their Shoulders by Photographer Osamu Yokonami

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I love these portraits, by Japanese photographer Osamu Yokonami, so much! Lots of images below.

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15.01.15 by Jeff

Stop-Motion Animator Dillon Markey Transforms the Nintendo Power Glove into Something Actually Useful

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Dillon Markey, an animator for Robot Chicken and PES (he co-animated that incredible short “Fresh Guacamole”), took an old Nintendo Power Glove and turned it into the ultimate tool for making stop-motion animations! I thought this was going to be a joke, but it is entirely real and practical (okay, minus the sound effect). How long until this ends up on Kickstarter?

Watch the video below.

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