1. photojojo:

    With the Digital Time Lapse Cam you can create time lapse videos of sunsets, parties or concerts at the push of a button! Skip the fancy intervalometers and whatnots and get straight to recording.

    When you’re done shooting, your video is ready to go without complicated stitching.

    See Sample Videos From the Digital Time Lapse Cam

  2. trendgraphy:

    Old Stock-Adobe Illustrator Actions by Borges Lettering.

    Old Stock is a set of over 130 Actions for Adobe Illustrator. They cover a wide range of vintage and modern drop shadows and fills to create beautiful and striking effects for your designs. They can be used on any vectorized type or object. Old Stock creates the effects in vector and separates and groups the shapes for you. All you need to do is apply your own color!

    Download it here: http://crtv.mk/feI4

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  3. iheartmyart:

Edgar Ende (German, 1901-1965), Die Brennende Fahne, 1934, oil on canvas, private collection
Father of fantasy author Michael Ende (The Never Ending Story)
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    iheartmyart:

    Edgar Ende (German, 1901-1965), Die Brennende Fahne, 1934, oil on canvas, private collection

    Father of fantasy author Michael Ende (The Never Ending Story)

    (via bartleby-company)

    (Source: 2headedsnake)

  4. nprmusic:

On her new album, Jenny Lewis explores the weight of full adulthood, and its paradoxical precariousness.
Stream The Voyager from NPR Music’s First Listen. 

    nprmusic:

    On her new album, Jenny Lewis explores the weight of full adulthood, and its paradoxical precariousness.

    Stream The Voyager from NPR Music’s First Listen

    (via npr)

  5. currentsinbiology:

Fascinating to watch and ponder…
Revealed: The mystery behind starling flocks
The mystery behind the movements of flocking starlings could be explained by the areas of light and dark created as they fly, new research suggests.
The research, conducted by the University of Warwick and published in the journal PNAS, found that flocking starlings aim to maintain an optimum density at which they can gather data on their surroundings. This occurs when they can see light through the flock at many angles, a state known as marginal opacity. The subsequent pattern of light and dark, formed as the birds attempt to achieve the necessary density, is what provides vital information to individual birds within the flock.
The dynamic pattern of light and dark is created by birds within the flock altering the positions and angles at which they fly, causing a change in the amount of light let into the flock. The researchers observed that it was always possible to see areas of light coming through the flock, providing the initial insight that the changing patterns of light and dark had a role to play in the flock’s movement.
Animal magic: A flock of starlings morphs into a giant dog as it descends on Gretna, Scotland, for the winter

    currentsinbiology:

    Fascinating to watch and ponder…

    Revealed: The mystery behind starling flocks

    The mystery behind the movements of flocking starlings could be explained by the areas of light and dark created as they fly, new research suggests.

    The research, conducted by the University of Warwick and published in the journal PNAS, found that flocking starlings aim to maintain an optimum density at which they can gather data on their surroundings. This occurs when they can see light through the flock at many angles, a state known as marginal opacity. The subsequent pattern of light and dark, formed as the birds attempt to achieve the necessary density, is what provides vital information to individual birds within the flock.

    The dynamic pattern of light and dark is created by birds within the flock altering the positions and angles at which they fly, causing a change in the amount of light let into the flock. The researchers observed that it was always possible to see areas of light coming through the flock, providing the initial insight that the changing patterns of light and dark had a role to play in the flock’s movement.

    Animal magic: A flock of starlings morphs into a giant dog as it descends on Gretna, Scotland, for the winter

  6. mayahan:

    Awesome Hobo Nickels Created by Paolo Curcio

    (Source: inspirationhut.net)

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