Philipp Steinweber / blog and portfolio
Image Fulgerator
Saturday, 28. June 2008

Julius von Bismarck did one of the most stunning projects I’ve seen for a long time - the Image Fulgerator. He describes as as follows:

“The Image Fulgurator is a device for physically manipulating photographs. It intervenes when a photo is being taken, without the photographer being able to detect anything. The manipulation is only visible on the photo afterwards.
In principle, the Fulgurator can be used anywhere where there is another camera nearby that is being used with a flash. It operates via a kind of reactive flash projection that enables an image to be projected on an object exactly at the moment when someone else is photographing it.”

See the Image Fulgerator, and very irritated people in action:

via rrrr at vvvv

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playful spaces
Monday, 16. June 2008

How easy it would be, to make public space more enjoyable, shows the project playful spaces by Bruno Taylor. A little sad that it has to be catecorized under topics like street art and installation, instead of daily life.

read more at Pixelsumo.

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muto (by blublu)
Friday, 16. May 2008

Wow, a totally amazing piece of street art by blublu:

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evolution (street art)
Friday, 27. April 2007

Wow, that’s a really impressive piece of street art. Watch the full version implicitly! Fount at Wooster Collective.

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