“Braincar by Dutch artist Olaf Mooij is an art car with a giant brain atop the back half of the vehicle. Cameras on the car capture photos and video of its daytime travels. At night, the car “dreams” a video remix of the day’s footage, projecting the imagery on to the giant brain.
Built in 2005, “Braincar” is now on display in Karlsruhe, Germany at the Center for Art and Media through January 2012.”
[via Laughing Squid]
Why do they all have six strings? You can’t sing songs about druids on a six string guitar, no matter how many necks it has.
WHAT THE NECK A man demonstrates a 12-necked guitar designed by artist Yoshihiko Satoh. (Photo: Hideto Nagatsuka / Solent News via the Telegraph)
This is precisely how I spent my evening. Worth doing.
Thomas Hart Benton
Andrew Lancaster uses his taxidermy skills to assemble creatures that wouldn’t otherwise exist outside his own imagination. We rather wish at least some of them were real, particularly this strange baby-faced beast.
Great. Now I have “Battle of Evermore” in my head.
Portrait of Caroline Darcy by Joseph Anton Adolf, bef 1778