Maybe one day I will photographs waves for a living.
Google is kick ass, so were the inventions of Mr. Moog! Whoever created this piece is super awesome. I know these sounds are one thing computers are good at, but this interface is amazing. Sans flash.
Have you ever been at home, with not much to do, and thought – “Gee, I should make some cool little film, or something”. This takes that idea to a whole new level. Inspiring, weird, interesting, innovative, and fun.
So darned cute!
Another breathtaking wave.
If you ever spend time on Vimeo, you’ve probably come across this. Super cool.
“Designed as a possible title sequence for a fictitious documentary, this film shows a history of the title sequence in a nutshell. The sequence includes all the names of title designers who had a revolutionary impact on the history and evolution of the title sequence. The names of the title designers all refer to specific characteristics of the revolutionary titles that they designed.” – From the vimeo description.
Came across this gem today. This was recorded in Stockholm, in 1969. They didn’t have much help in the way of enhancing their sound did they? Amazingly raw, dirty, gritty, & real. Seemingly low key in some ways too. It’s interesting to think that this was the same year as Woodstock.
This is one of my guitars. 1978 Gibson Les Paul Custom.
This post might only last a few days. The more I glance at this photo, the more I realize the injustice.
Maybe this is the beginning of some personal posts?
These crazy kids are kicking ass! This is seriously Gnarly! And I even get an inexplicable feeling of relaxation from these photos, like they are laughing and playing. Just don’t show ma’.
In honour of May 4th.
I’ve always liked seeing photos like these ones, I want to stumble on a huge pile of them.