No, this is not a belated April Fool’s prank. They look as if they may have been pinned there by an over enthusiastic gardener to impress the neighbors but the fruit of the Jabuticaba really does grow off the trunk of the tree.
Take some very talented animators and state of the art software using a head rig compatible with all leading game engines.
If Snow Hare seems, when you watch it, to be a particularly poignant animated short it may be that its creator, Shawn Branden, was working through the grief triggered by the loss of a friend at the time. As the work progressed it became almost a form of therapy for him and one can only hope a type of catharsis too. Branden completed Snow Hare during his last few semesters at CSU.
It’s hard enough to imagine fighting cancer when you are an adult, let alone a two year old but that is just what Miles had to do.
The lovely folks over at Neatorama have just launched Homes & Hues. The new site pretty much does what it says on the label – it’s a place to visit if you love home design and making your place truly your own.
An extraordinary work of art has just been completed in Scotland. The Kelpies by figurative sculptor Andy Scott surge upwards in steel, whinnying and snorting alongside the banks of the Forth and Clyde Canal near the town of Falkirk. These fantastic beasts from Gaelic mythology have risen again as monuments to the horse-powered industrial heritage of Scotland.
Take a short journey through the history of inheritance, from Aristotle through to the genetics of the present day, courtesy of animator Asa Lucander.
Once upon a time there was a knight who owned the most irritating magical sword in the world – it just wouldn’t stop singing!
Nostalgia sets in for a 20-something guy (Tyler Ritter), as he travels through a virtual text message world and revisits old messages between him and his ex-girlfriend (Alexandra Daddario).
Lifeguard towers can be found the world over. Yet not many places can boast as many unique examples of this form of architecture as those along the eight and a half mile stretch of Miami Beach. All told there are twenty five towers guarding those who use the beach.
Wipeout! Now in its fifth year the Surf City Surf Dog event, held in Huntington Beach, California brings together over forty surf fans together with their human companions who are there to ensure that all the fun is safe for the surfer dogs. This fund-raising event helps to raise awareness of various dog related causes, including animal rescue and medical care. The Ark in Space has a feature on these surfing canines accompanied by some fantastic photos.
Rupert is a busy modern man.
A barbican is a fortified outpost or gateway, such as an outer defense to a city or castle and although London’s doesn’t serve that purpose anymore it has a history stretching back 2000 years. This collaborative project, between the Barbican and Persistent Peril was based upon an article by novelis
Harry isn’t the first heartbroken New Yorker to take to the bottle but the difference here is that he is only eighteen months old.
Have you ever wondered where that cork in your bottle of wine comes from? The answer is most likely to be Spain or Portugal, where over half of the world’s cork is harvested - it is in fact the National Tree of the latter country.
In the future, a team of astronauts are sent on a ten year journey to a distant planet to find new life.
A pair of demigods, Luna and Ram, alters the course of mankind through the selfish acts and desires of their timeless love affair.
Sigurdr is a legendary hero of Norse mythology, as well as the central character in the Völsunga saga.
In 1621 the French scientist Pierre Gassendi (left) decided to name the strange natural displays of light he had observed in the sky.