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Another group of “urban explorers” documenting their experiences in the underground sewers and metro tunnels of the UK. This is episode one of a series of short films titles Crack the Surface.  Check out the source link for all of their photos and videos. 

(Source: silentuk.com)

This video is part of a series by Wallpaper* and The Office for Non Fiction Storytelling describing the work of AMO, the Office of Metropolitan Architects research counterpart. The Architects featured in the short film speculate about a world driven 100% by renewable energies through projects of various scales. Its worth watching… for more be sure to visit the source link.

(Source: archdaily.com)

I came across these Images depicting the processes involved in making a Coca-Cola Neon Sign circa 1954.

(Source: )

This animation by Alex Roman is amazing. Keep in mind that this video is entirely computer generated.

Credits.

Title: ‘Above Everything Else’
Agency: N/A - direct client
Client: Grupo Cosentino
Product: Worktop
Brand: Silestone
Production company: The Mushroom Company
Director/DoP/Art direction/Post/Editor: Alex Roman
Original idea/Concept: Alex Roman
Additional CGI: Juan Ángel García Martinez
Music: ZipZap Music
Spot TV 60”

(Source: vimeo.com)

Take a look at this proposal for a complete restructuring of mass transit in LA. Gensler LA’s scheme is built upon a platform of creating a more responsive system that will invite an improved user experience.  In more detail the system aims to;

"Increase vehicle choices in the LA Metro system to include alternative modes of transportation, which provide various scales of public transport efficiency.

Increase flexibility of public transport by keeping existing transit stops but liberating the routes that connect them so that it may respond more immediately to user demand. Also provide it an efficiency advantage with dedicated lanes and pull-in stops to allow for bypassing, as well strategically located underpasses.


Leverage existing data to increase flexibility and optimize choices by overlapping the location of all ground transport, stops and users through GPS to coordinate their relative positions, needs and capacity in real time. To complete this triangulation, a GPS enabled app – tripFinder – automatically scans the network to sort and provide the user with the optimum trip itinerary while also optimizing the current status of the public transit fleet.

Expand the network and fill in the transport voids by granting access to this real time information through the selling of licenses to more and other alternative ground transport entities. This business could also be a potential profit center for LA Metro.”

This video definitely provides a glimpse into what the future of public transportation can be. Head over to the source for more details.

(Source: archdaily.com)

The footage from the factory is from the oldest motor plant in the world. It was founded in 1864 by Eugen Langen and August Otto. Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach worked here from 1876 in a management position. Here is the origin of the motorized world. Now the building should be demolished to create space for a new cable factory…

The video sequences are taken with a canon 5D MK II which I have borrowed for two days ,…. too short to become familiar with this amazing camera.

An austin texas based company In.gredients is introducing the first  container free grocery store in the states. Shoppers are encouraged to bring their own re-usable containers where they can purchase as much or as little product as they want. Definitely an interesting model for the future of food sales.
“Truth be told, what’s normal in the grocery business isn’t healthy for consumers or the  environment,” In.gredients co-founder Christian Lane said in a press release. Americans add 570 million pounds of food packaging to their landfills each day, while pre-packaged foods force consumers to buy more than they need, stuffing their bellies and their trash bins: 27 percent of food brought into U.S. kitchens ends up getting tossed out. “
That being said I am still a little skeptical that a model like this could be used on a large scale, like that of a whole foods [another Austin based company] due to issues of contamination and food safety. We’ll find out. 

An austin texas based company In.gredients is introducing the first  container free grocery store in the states. Shoppers are encouraged to bring their own re-usable containers where they can purchase as much or as little product as they want. Definitely an interesting model for the future of food sales.

“Truth be told, what’s normal in the grocery business isn’t healthy for consumers or the  environment,” In.gredients co-founder Christian Lane said in a press release. Americans add 570 million pounds of food packaging to their landfills each day, while pre-packaged foods force consumers to buy more than they need, stuffing their bellies and their trash bins: 27 percent of food brought into U.S. kitchens ends up getting tossed out. “

That being said I am still a little skeptical that a model like this could be used on a large scale, like that of a whole foods [another Austin based company] due to issues of contamination and food safety. We’ll find out. 

(Source: GOOD)

Capturing an entire day in one photo?That’s what Peter Langenhahn does. He goes to a sport event, takes about 3,000 photos, and then picks around 300 to create a 100-gigabyte image over the course of three months.

These two photos are part of a series collected by gizmodo.com entitled “views from the top” 

Yee Peng is the annual festival held to celebrate the full moon in the northern capital of Chiang Mai on the day preceding Loy Krathong by one day in November. The word “Yee Peng” is the northern Thai term referring to the full moon of the 12th lunar month in the Buddhist calendar. 

Yee Peng is the annual festival held to celebrate the full moon in the northern capital of Chiang Mai on the day preceding Loy Krathong by one day in November. The word “Yee Peng” is the northern Thai term referring to the full moon of the 12th lunar month in the Buddhist calendar. 

(Source: )

Another time-lapse video. This particular video details the construction of the installation entitled reOrder by situ studio. The track mounted camera moved 700 feet over a period of 3 weeks. The installation took over 200 hours to construct and the result is pretty amazing. For more info check the source link and be sure to visit the installation located in the Brooklyn Museum’s Great Hall until January 15th 2012.


Time lapse of BIG’s west 57th model being built. Looking forward to seeing the real thing.  

(Source: )

Please take the time to visit my online portfolio. 

www.joseph-hines.com

These Lights by MESH architects are made from salvaged cast iron pipe. See more or even purchase them through the source link.

(Source: design-milk.com)

Work by designer Elisa Strozyk combining textiles and wood. Be sure to check out the source link for more of her work.

(Source: elisastrozyk.de)

Another group of “urban explorers” documenting their experiences in the underground sewers and metro tunnels of the UK. This is episode one of a series of short films titles Crack the Surface.  Check out the source link for all of their photos and videos. 

(Source: silentuk.com)

This video is part of a series by Wallpaper* and The Office for Non Fiction Storytelling describing the work of AMO, the Office of Metropolitan Architects research counterpart. The Architects featured in the short film speculate about a world driven 100% by renewable energies through projects of various scales. Its worth watching… for more be sure to visit the source link.

(Source: archdaily.com)

I came across these Images depicting the processes involved in making a Coca-Cola Neon Sign circa 1954.

(Source: )

This animation by Alex Roman is amazing. Keep in mind that this video is entirely computer generated.

Credits.

Title: ‘Above Everything Else’
Agency: N/A - direct client
Client: Grupo Cosentino
Product: Worktop
Brand: Silestone
Production company: The Mushroom Company
Director/DoP/Art direction/Post/Editor: Alex Roman
Original idea/Concept: Alex Roman
Additional CGI: Juan Ángel García Martinez
Music: ZipZap Music
Spot TV 60”

(Source: vimeo.com)

Take a look at this proposal for a complete restructuring of mass transit in LA. Gensler LA’s scheme is built upon a platform of creating a more responsive system that will invite an improved user experience.  In more detail the system aims to;

"Increase vehicle choices in the LA Metro system to include alternative modes of transportation, which provide various scales of public transport efficiency.

Increase flexibility of public transport by keeping existing transit stops but liberating the routes that connect them so that it may respond more immediately to user demand. Also provide it an efficiency advantage with dedicated lanes and pull-in stops to allow for bypassing, as well strategically located underpasses.


Leverage existing data to increase flexibility and optimize choices by overlapping the location of all ground transport, stops and users through GPS to coordinate their relative positions, needs and capacity in real time. To complete this triangulation, a GPS enabled app – tripFinder – automatically scans the network to sort and provide the user with the optimum trip itinerary while also optimizing the current status of the public transit fleet.

Expand the network and fill in the transport voids by granting access to this real time information through the selling of licenses to more and other alternative ground transport entities. This business could also be a potential profit center for LA Metro.”

This video definitely provides a glimpse into what the future of public transportation can be. Head over to the source for more details.

(Source: archdaily.com)

The footage from the factory is from the oldest motor plant in the world. It was founded in 1864 by Eugen Langen and August Otto. Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach worked here from 1876 in a management position. Here is the origin of the motorized world. Now the building should be demolished to create space for a new cable factory…

The video sequences are taken with a canon 5D MK II which I have borrowed for two days ,…. too short to become familiar with this amazing camera.

An austin texas based company In.gredients is introducing the first  container free grocery store in the states. Shoppers are encouraged to bring their own re-usable containers where they can purchase as much or as little product as they want. Definitely an interesting model for the future of food sales.
“Truth be told, what’s normal in the grocery business isn’t healthy for consumers or the  environment,” In.gredients co-founder Christian Lane said in a press release. Americans add 570 million pounds of food packaging to their landfills each day, while pre-packaged foods force consumers to buy more than they need, stuffing their bellies and their trash bins: 27 percent of food brought into U.S. kitchens ends up getting tossed out. “
That being said I am still a little skeptical that a model like this could be used on a large scale, like that of a whole foods [another Austin based company] due to issues of contamination and food safety. We’ll find out. 

An austin texas based company In.gredients is introducing the first  container free grocery store in the states. Shoppers are encouraged to bring their own re-usable containers where they can purchase as much or as little product as they want. Definitely an interesting model for the future of food sales.

“Truth be told, what’s normal in the grocery business isn’t healthy for consumers or the  environment,” In.gredients co-founder Christian Lane said in a press release. Americans add 570 million pounds of food packaging to their landfills each day, while pre-packaged foods force consumers to buy more than they need, stuffing their bellies and their trash bins: 27 percent of food brought into U.S. kitchens ends up getting tossed out. “

That being said I am still a little skeptical that a model like this could be used on a large scale, like that of a whole foods [another Austin based company] due to issues of contamination and food safety. We’ll find out. 

(Source: GOOD)

Capturing an entire day in one photo?That’s what Peter Langenhahn does. He goes to a sport event, takes about 3,000 photos, and then picks around 300 to create a 100-gigabyte image over the course of three months.

These two photos are part of a series collected by gizmodo.com entitled “views from the top” 

Yee Peng is the annual festival held to celebrate the full moon in the northern capital of Chiang Mai on the day preceding Loy Krathong by one day in November. The word “Yee Peng” is the northern Thai term referring to the full moon of the 12th lunar month in the Buddhist calendar. 

Yee Peng is the annual festival held to celebrate the full moon in the northern capital of Chiang Mai on the day preceding Loy Krathong by one day in November. The word “Yee Peng” is the northern Thai term referring to the full moon of the 12th lunar month in the Buddhist calendar. 

(Source: )

Another time-lapse video. This particular video details the construction of the installation entitled reOrder by situ studio. The track mounted camera moved 700 feet over a period of 3 weeks. The installation took over 200 hours to construct and the result is pretty amazing. For more info check the source link and be sure to visit the installation located in the Brooklyn Museum’s Great Hall until January 15th 2012.


Time lapse of BIG’s west 57th model being built. Looking forward to seeing the real thing.  

(Source: )

Please take the time to visit my online portfolio. 

www.joseph-hines.com

These Lights by MESH architects are made from salvaged cast iron pipe. See more or even purchase them through the source link.

(Source: design-milk.com)

Work by designer Elisa Strozyk combining textiles and wood. Be sure to check out the source link for more of her work.

(Source: elisastrozyk.de)

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