Mad Quickies: Sea Organ, Beeswax Art, Flight Game, Curiosity Cabinets and More!
Howdy, all, and I hope you had a great weekend! Here are some Quickies to help you ease into your Monday. Let’s have at it!
So cool! In Croatia, a sea organ is played by waves. Give it a listen.
Danish artist Steffen Dam creates minimalist glass cabinets of curiosity.
Artist William Blank imagined what Stormtrooper helmets would look like if they were animals.
Art and science collide in award-winning exhibition, an interactive art installation was inspired by the large Hadron Collider. – via Amy
Gifted astrophotographer Alan Friedman and acclaimed photographer Douglas Levere find beauty in their backyards for their joint exhibition Fire and Ice.
American-born artist Kohlene Hendrickson lives and works in Switzerland. She is collaborating with Chad DeVoe’s science class and Brookley Spanbauer’s art class in New York, teaching encaustic painting made from local beeswax.
Game developer Armel Gibson created a beautiful flight game in honor of his grandfather whose plane was lost in the Algeria Independence War.
Although this tribute was in Paris, I offer it to you mindful of the Beirut tragedy as well.
Man plays “Imagine”in Paris after the attack
from the page
He pulled his piano with a bike up to rue Richard Lenoir ten meters from the Bataclan, the theater [that] was the scene of [one of] the bloodiest terrorist attacks in Paris.
Featured image is by Steffen Dam.
Like those jellyfish in glass. Also, gives me an idea for a followup to the cuttle stuff. 🙂