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ed: Special announcement about a gallery in Brooklyn! This...



ed: Special announcement about a gallery in Brooklyn! This photograph is currently hanging at United Photo Industries Gallery. Press release follows: 

Anew: A Group Exhibition

December 6 - 30, 2012

Features nine photographers who unearth beauty in the seemingly irrelevant, everyday objects that most people disregard, revealing that unnoticed and banal items can sometimes be quite magical.

Guest Curated by Alison Zavos

Participating Artists: George Benson / François Delfosse / Jean Paul Gomez / Christopher Jonassen / Robert Kamand / Klaus Pichler / Barry Rosenthal / Wendy Van Santen/ Stephan Tillmans

Location:

United Photo Industries Gallery

111 Front Street, Suite 204

Brooklyn, NY 11201



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Responsiveimages.org

Responsiveimages.org:

This new site run by the Responsive Images Community Group aims to contain all the discussions around this hot topic in one place.

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Snickers  - Focus Group



Snickers  - Focus Group



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karenh: The LEGO Story is an animated short film about the The...



karenh:

The LEGO Story is an animated short film about the The LEGO Group’s 80 years of history and the Danish founder’s hardships before making wooden toys (and later plastic toys and the first bricks).

(via Mashable)



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megaestructuras: Highrise of Homes. Designed by James Wines...



megaestructuras:

Highrise of Homes. Designed by James Wines (SITE Group). (1981)



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Dinosaur Feathers Discovered in Canadian Amber Today a group of...















Dinosaur Feathers Discovered in Canadian Amber

Today a group of paleontologists announced the results of an extensive study of several well-preserved dinosaur feathers encased in amber. Their work, which included samples from many stages in the evolution of feathers, bolstered the findings of other scientists who’ve suggested that dinosaurs (winged and otherwise) had multicolored and transparent feathers of the sort you might see on birds today. The researchers also presented evidence, based on the feathers’ pigmentation and structures, that today’s bird feathers could have evolved from dinosaur feathers.

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Solid group of us last night. #mustache #handlebar #beard (Taken...



Solid group of us last night. #mustache #handlebar #beard (Taken with instagram)



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Taking a browse through the ‘Science & Tech Ads’...







Taking a browse through the ‘Science & Tech Ads’ group on Flickr is very worth your time. Do it here.







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Facebook Launches HTML5 Developers' Resource Center

Facebook Launches HTML5 Developers' Resource Center:

Facebook has rolled out some sites aimed at HTML5 developers including an HTML5 blog and HTML5 Developer Group. It’s all a bit new still but you can access the resources through this link.

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Recently the company I work for, The Blue Group, had their ninth...



Recently the company I work for, The Blue Group, had their ninth birthday. Every year we throw a piss up party and theme it with how old we’re tuning. 

So what did we do this year?

NEIN!

A german themed extravaganza with all sorts of beer, bratwurst and bavarian dances. Man, they were amazing. I need to upload the video. 

Was a fun night for all. Sam in his little hat. Me in my client appropriate beer wench costume. 

Next year is the big ten. Who knows what’ll go down that year. 



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