The Swedish city authority has created an innovative free app that acts as real-time tourist guide. Something tells me this could catch on.
Friday, November 25, 2011
It's called XYZT, Les paysages abstraits, an exhibition taking place this fall in Grenoble, France. Created and curated by the digital art duo Adrien M and Claire B, the exhibition displays an impressive series of interactive light installations set in complete darkness, making you feel like you’re wandering through a digital amusement park. More of that please!
Posted by He who says hmm... at 11:14 AM
20 years ago yesterday, the legendary Freddie Mercury passed away of bronchial pneumonia resulting from AIDS, a mere 24 hours after he publicly acknowledged his illness for the first time. There has and probably never will be a finer voice in all of music.
Posted by He who says hmm... at 10:34 AM
It was a glorious night filled with hipsters, art lovers and amazing limited edition prints all the way from London, exhibited by some amazing friends of mine. A super rad photo booth was a nice touch (pics will be on Like's Facebook page soon) as was the cute, little bar care of Wolves but lets not forget the walls and walls of wonderfully curated limited edition art prints. Four of which I bought before most people arrived. Booyah!!! From what I hear, it's already 70% sold out, so get your art-loving asses there sooner rather than later. The exhibition ends on Saturday.
Posted by He who says hmm... at 12:41 AM