<3 The Internet: eSkeletons of primates, monkeys and homo sapiens

eSkeletons is an ingenious online resource that compares the skeletons of primates and including the most notorious of the bipeds homo sapiens. Created by the Department of Anthropology at the Univrsity of Texas in Austin, eSkeletons provides an interactive environment … Continue reading <3 The Internet: eSkeletons of primates, monkeys and homo sapiens

<3 The Internet: Radio Garden is the audible heartbeat of towns, cities and nations

Designed by Studio Puckey in collaboration with Moniker. Radio Garden was developed in coordinator with the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision. Radio Garden is one of the internet’s most ingenious and surprising apps. It brings together the voices, music and the rhythms of different bustling cities and quiet villages together. All of this is suddenly accessible at the click of a mouse. This is yet another way that the world now feels more intimate and smaller than it used to be – surely an antidote to all of the separation and fear going on of late. Using this application, one gets the very … Continue reading <3 The Internet: Radio Garden is the audible heartbeat of towns, cities and nations

Grotesque and Fascinating Body Art by Lucy McRae

<3 The Internet: Body Talk crowdsources ideas about body shape with surprising results

Bodytalk is a scientific a tool which allows visitors to produce their ideal body shape in terms of female and male form. It’s a crowd-sourced version of a Cosmopolitan magazine, where the collective hive mind can look at linguistic descriptions … Continue reading <3 The Internet: Body Talk crowdsources ideas about body shape with surprising results

<3 The Internet: Localingual the global language encyclopedia

Locallingual is the brainchild of a programmer named David. It’s a web-based app that allows visitors to contribute their voices and accents according to regions, towns, countries, languages, and gender. It’s a fascinating online archive of people’s voices and can … Continue reading <3 The Internet: Localingual the global language encyclopedia

<3 The Internet: Wikiverse reimagines Wikipedia as distant galaxies and stars

Built by programmer Owen Cornec, Wikiverse is a Web-based interactive 3D map of Wikipedia that visualizes the website as a cosmic web of information, literally turning it into a marvelous galaxy of knowledge you can conveniently explore with your mouse. Whether you find it frustrating … Continue reading <3 The Internet: Wikiverse reimagines Wikipedia as distant galaxies and stars

Raveen: Delicate, dreamy floral art-pop for your reflective moods

Emerging Genius: Raveen are delicate, dreamy floral art-pop for your reflective moods

Raveen are a Montreal based band described as offering “dark, yet earnest pop-electronic with some serious R&B undertones”. Their ambient jazzy and chilled beats along with sparse singing style bring a distinctly Canadian glacial sound to their music, which to … Continue reading Emerging Genius: Raveen are delicate, dreamy floral art-pop for your reflective moods

Drew Leshko's dollhouse replicas of vanishing Philadelphia streets

Drew Leshko’s dollhouse replicas of vanishing Philadelphia streets

Drew Leshko is a Philadelphia, Pennsylvania-based artist who creates micro, 1:12 anatomically correct architectural pieces of his own neighbourhood, replete with grime and imperfections. This is the rarely glimpsed side of Philadelphia, one that is slowly dissappearing as economic progress … Continue reading Drew Leshko’s dollhouse replicas of vanishing Philadelphia streets

Orkestra Obsolete’s magical and nostalgic rendition of New Order’s Blue Monday

New Order’s Blue Monday was released on 7 March 1983 and changed the face of pop music, and rode triumphantly on the tide of synth, new wave an electro. But have you ever considered what synth music would sound like if it was made in the 1930’s before the synthesiser was in common use? The Orkestra Obsolete are a musical ensemble obsessed with looking at musical inheritance of our forebears. They have created this quirky and innovative cover of New Order’s iconic Blue Monday. In order to echo the later technology of the synth sound they employ everything from theremins and violin … Continue reading Orkestra Obsolete’s magical and nostalgic rendition of New Order’s Blue Monday