It’s been a bit quiet around here. But a new and exciting year has just started and we will continue to share the visual stuff we like. From all around the web to all around the world. So have an amazing year 2012, get inspired, create some great, original work on your own and send it into our direction!
P.s. you can right click and download the image as a wallpaper (1920×1200 pixel).
Posted on January the 12th, 2012 at 05:45 pm / Comment...
“In cooperation with Onesize, I [Heerko Groefsema] worked on Volkswagen Efficiency and BlueMotionTechnologies interactive movie. While taking a thrilling ride with a roller-coaster all different efficiency and BlueMotion technologies are explained to the viewer. The viewer can decide on which subject he wants more info. This meant making a lot of different movies which will seamlessly blend together. In the movie above you can see some excerpts from the whole interactive movie.” Heerko Groefsema
As this blog is about everything visual we really had to post this, because it’s one of those things that are visually attracting and disgusting at the same time (an effect that simply causes standing still and staring).
Flickr user Jello Kitty has a very interesting, but also very disturbing set of pictures, mainly taken from french cookbooks from the 1960′s (link after the jump).
Most of these creations remind of monsters, bugs or scenes taken from horror movies and others simply show a lack of respect for those creatures who had to die in order to prepare the meal.
It’s also an interesting start for a discussion, because we live in a time in which most people don’t really (want to) know what they are eating and also many eat meat, but don’t want to face the facts where it’s coming from or how it’s “produced”.
But before I fall into a philosophical monolog … here are some of our “favourites”.