The prestigious Saatchi Gallery has teamed up with Google+ to launch the inaugural Motion Photography Prize (read: GIF prize). See the best entries here.
Finally, the lofty gallery world sees GIFs for what they truly are: works of art. The very classy Saatchi Art, the Saatchi Gallery have teamed up with Google+ to inaugurate the Motion Photography Prize–a dignified way of saying “GIF Prize.” Now’s your chance to prove to your mom that spending hours perfecting a loop of Shrek eating a bag of sour cream and onion chips was a good use of your time.
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Wacom has been pushing into the world of mobile for a while, and its efforts have just culminated in a pretty bold move: A single, cross-platform standard for sharing handwritten notes and sketches between users, regardless of whether they’re using a…
Dezeen and MINI Frontiers: wearable technology will revolutionise healthcare for doctors and patients alike, says the director of design studio Vitamins in our final movie from last year’s Wearable Futures conference. (more…)
The latest Van Doren print to be revived from the Vans archives is the allover Multi/Aboriginal pattern for the iconic Era silhouette. The print is a take on traditional Aboriginal Australian art, in a colorful but slightly worn look. A Californian influence is present by way of cacti, snakes, and the sun, making for a retro ’80s vibe, while black eyelets and laces ground the look. You can pick them up for $55 USD from Sneaker Politics.
Vans Van Doren Era “Multi/Aboriginal” is a post by Marta Sundac on Highsnobiety.
Explore the Spring 2014 collection from London furniture brand Heal’s using our new interactive slideshow feature, including storage that leans against the wall and stacking pendant lamps. (more…)
Calling all budding photographers! Or really, calling all budding people-with-brains-full-of-great-ideas. Samsung needs your contribution to their latest endeavour, a collaboration with movers and shakers such as Rankin Idris Elba, Paloma Faith and Gizzi Erskine to discover some of the youngest, most talented people in the country. “Gizzi, Idris, Paloma and Rankin will each choose one person to work with one-on-one, helping to bring their ideas to life and launch their project,” Samsung say. “This is your chance to show off your passion, your personality, and your project idea, to get the attention of our mentors.”
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Saturday Night Live alumni Seth Meyers premiered as the new host of Late Night this Monday, after previous host Jimmy Fallon moved over to The Tonight Show. In his second episode he was joined by Kanye West, who performed a medley of some of his biggest hits along with a rather tame interview. Interview topics ranged from the Yeezus tour masks, synesthesia, humor, and a revisit of one of Ye’s old SNL skits. See the interview above, and the performance, which spanned the tracks “Stronger,” “Heartless,” “All The Lights,” “Mercy” and “Black Skinhead” below.
Watch Kanye West on ‘Late Night with Seth Meyers’ is a post by Marta Sundac on Highsnobiety.