“Bee” is the one and only 8mm digital camera from Fuuvi, Japan. It is ready to roll and ready to shoot with MicroSD/SDHC memory card support. The toy size body is designed to hang on your wrist, but the ability and function are able to produce amazing retro artworks. Bee is easy to control with a convenient charging solution; the built-in battery will last up to 100 minutes while you record from full charge. This little high-tech gadget can communicate with both PC and MAC. Accessory includes a personal “red, white, and blue” strap.
Imaging Method: AVI Motion JPEG still picture
Still Image Resolution: 1280 x 960
Video resolution: 640 x 480/30fPs (with noisy speech)
Number of pixels: 1.3 million pixel CMOS
Lens: F 2.8 f = 1.56
The shutter speed: 1 / 6 – 1 / 2500
Battery: Built-in lithium-ion battery (USB cable.)
Recording Media: MicroSD · SDHC (up to 16GB)
Weight 39 g
Continuous shooting time: 100 minutes
An egg and an apple build competing broadcast towers that vie for the attention of a transistor radio. With its complex characterization and narrative of animal evolution, competition and reproduction, SEED is a beautiful and sinister stop-motion story about the struggle to survive.
Directed & Animated by Ben Richardson & Daniel Bird
Produced by Josh Hetzler
Story by Daniel Bird
Cinematography by Ben Richardson
A Brazil artist Henrique Oliviera made huge tree root sculptures and displays them in the art galleries come directly from the walls. The sculptures are mainly made up of many individual painted wooden bowls, which are glued to PVC pipe. Above all, these installations however, look pretty fantastic.
A taxidermist Enrique Gomez de Molina in Miami use random animal parts to create some unique new creatures with few feathers and furs, creating a new kind of evolution.
unfortunately the Miami artist might end up in jail for up to five years and $250,000 in fines by smuggling endangered species parts, skins and remains, from whole cobras, pangolins, hornbills, and the skulls of babirusa and orangutans from areas all over the world including Bali, Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines and China.
The artist pleaded guilty to illegally importing parts from endangered species to make the unique pieces of art after his arrest in November.
“The impossibility of my sculpture brings me both joy and sadness at the same time. The joy comes from seeing and experiencing the Fantasy of the work but that is coupled with the sadness of the fact that we are destroying all of these beautiful things.” by Enrique Gomez De Molina
I grew up in a city and lived in an apartment without a chimney.
I do not believe in Santa but I know somebody out there still do believe in him.
There’s always dream in each one of us .
Please Do Not Show This To Your Kid !