Mad Quickies: A Bridge Made From Paper, The Stuntwomen of Mad Max, Walking Through a Van Gogh Painting and More!
Hey, look: We’re halfway through the week and I have what you need to get you to the other side. WEDNESDAY QUICKIES.
Holy hell! Courtesy of environmental artist Steve Messam, a small English river now has an arched bridge made from 22,000 sheets of bright red paper.
OCR Journal #001 is a new book by one of the top data visualization studios. Check. It. Out. -Via Donna
Just how hardcore were the stuntwomen of Mad Max: Fury Road? Just take a look at this and marvel. -Via Mary and Courtney
As a person who lives in a city overrun by tourists, I can really dig this – Maps that show where people take pictures in major cities, locals vs. tourists. -Via Beth
Here’s a nice article that discusses the art and science of modern prosthetics. -Via @WryneckStudio
Have you ever wanted to take a stroll through a Van Gogh painting? Yes, you have. And now you can!
We all know about the legendary visual effects studio, Industrial Light and Magic, but here’s a bit of the untold story, as told by the people who make the magic.
Featured image via Steve Messam