There’s something eerily magical about the work of Christoph Morlinghaus. Sometimes sparse, sometimes vast, but always rich, his still shots often leave me with the feeling that someone has just left the room. For this post though, I want to focus on these almost futuristic church interiors.
I’m not what you might call a religious man, but when I saw these images I became a believer in both the power of divine composition and very, very big collection plates.
I’ll tell what I think shall I? Well when you’ve got a product – or in this case a browser – that’s generally 5 years behind the rest of the industry standard, then to have the balls to think that the interweb using populous have been waiting eagerly for the revamp of a dinosour is more than ballsy, it’s laughable, as confirmed by the ironically titled launch site www.beautyoftheweb.com.
Tyrannosaus Rex may have developed slightly longer arms, but the marketing surrounding the launch of Internet Explorer 9 comes across as smug and poorly delivered as the product is behind the times.
Welcome to 2011 IE9. See you in 2024 IE10. By which time browsers will probably have wings.
The joys of Spring brought new faces to the office recently in the form of the Black Atlantic crew. When it comes to the club / cultural experience, Tom and Ben are raising the bar to create the equivalent of a pole vault event.
You can catch them tonight and every Monday night from midnight til 2am, but if you have problems staying up past your bedtime, then simply pop to Mixcloud, where you can catch up on a months worth of shows.
Finally, the dish we’ve been wanting to share with you for a while is out of the oven and ready to serve.The Macaroni Cheese Mixtape has been a little labour of love, and we can’t wait for you to hear it.
We’ve been working closely with The Insomniax to develop the brand and overall marketing strategy that will help introduce the world to The INX movement.
This mixtape is just a taste of their diverse sound, but what a tasty treat it is.
The title describes the work perfectly. These images are simply stunning, with a rich sense of depth. For full listening pleasure, they’re best listened to with Boards of Canada‘s Zoetrope. ‘Where can I find that’ I hear you say? Well look no further than the above blog post…
If you’ve looked at a billboard or poster advertisement over the past 10 years or so, you’ll have no doubt seen the work of top fella and digital retoucher supremo Terry Obiora.
Did I say he dabbles in photography too? Well aside from making nearly every car brand worth its salt look far better then they deserve, Terry also has a stunning body of personal work. Some of which you’re privy to right now.