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Slomo

Dr. John Kitchin quit a medical career to pursue his passion: skating along the boardwalk of San Diego’s Pacific Beach. He calls himself “Slomo.”

Memories

Mics Of The Roundtable
Hieroglyphics

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Soul BoxThe Soul Box is a small research station, a minimum space for a maximum of two people, which is limited to the bare minimum. A place to sleep, a niche to sit, a good book, a hot cup of tea. Through a strong relation of the reduced space allowances on the human scale, the user is also faced strong with his own bodily experience.

Soul Box
The Soul Box is a small research station, a minimum space for a maximum of two people, which is limited to the bare minimum. A place to sleep, a niche to sit, a good book, a hot cup of tea. Through a strong relation of the reduced space allowances on the human scale, the user is also faced strong with his own bodily experience.

1 month ago

NYC Taxis: A Day in the Lifeby Chris WhongThis civic technology project visualizes taxi trip data from 2013, showing the activities of a single taxi on a single day. The original data include ~170 Million trips. Of these, 30 cab/days were queried at random for inclusion in this project.

NYC Taxis: A Day in the Life
by Chris Whong

This civic technology project visualizes taxi trip data from 2013, showing the activities of a single taxi on a single day. The original data include ~170 Million trips. Of these, 30 cab/days were queried at random for inclusion in this project.

1 month ago

1 month ago

Wisteria Tunnel at Kawachi Fuji Gardens, Japan

Wisteria Tunnel
at Kawachi Fuji Gardens, Japan

2 months ago

Union Blak
Glory Days (NightTime REMX) - cuts by DJ 279 
breakin by nicolagipsycola

cosmic nails

cosmic nails

3 months ago

Vivian Maier was a nanny who lived in Chicago for most of her life and passed away in 2009 at the age of 83. Little more is known about her, except that she was an avid street photographer. Her work was discovered at an auction in 2007, more than 100,000 negatives and undeveloped rolls of film, sold by a storage facility who were cleaning out her locker for rent.

Vivian Maier was a nanny who lived in Chicago for most of her life and passed away in 2009 at the age of 83. Little more is known about her, except that she was an avid street photographer. Her work was discovered at an auction in 2007, more than 100,000 negatives and undeveloped rolls of film, sold by a storage facility who were cleaning out her locker for rent.

3 months ago