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Monthly Archives: December 2007

After browsing through the book “Earth From the Air” which is a collection of environmental photographs taken from the air by Yann Arthus-Bertrand, and reading deputy-dog’s 11 phenomenal images of earth entry I wanted more.

Quickly I found a flickr group named Earth From the Air. While I’m typing this the group got over 600 members and over 5300 photos, many which are amazing photos of our beautiful earth. You should really check it out.

Some of my personal favourites follows in no specific order (sadly I haven’t had time to look at all the photos in the group :/)

photo by yvan h
Photo by yvan h

Photo by flickr user Giant Ginkgo
Photo by Giant Ginkgo

photo by Zinnie
Photo by Zinnie 

photo by drhundertwasser
Photo by drhundertwasser 

photo by Jamey Fenske
Photo by Jamey Fenske

photo by bozenqa
Photo by bozenqa

photo by falcon0125
Photo by falcon0125

photo by yvan h
Photo by yvan h

flickr group Earth From the Air

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Found this awesomeness on BLDGBLOG just now, had to post it.
50 apocalyptic Manhattan like buildings “built by Warhammer 40K players and students of Nordiska Scenografiskolan (Nordic Set Design school) in Skellefteå, Sweden.” on the floor of three rooms in an apartment, setup for a music video for the band Strata.

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Photo by Magnus Johansson

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Photo by Magnus Johansson

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Photo by Magnus Johansson

More images in thread on Work in Progress 

(via bldgblog)

This is kind of amazing. A building in Brussels known as the Dexia Tower has got lightning installations behind 4200 of it’s 6000 windows.  Each installation consisting on average of 12 light bulbs, each with three LEDs – a green, a red and a blue – that can be combined into a complete colour palette. It can show figures, letters, geometric shapes with various effects and also graphics. A rapid change in the colour of the lamps instantaneously gives an impression of movement.

Picture Marc Vanderslagmolen
Picture by Marc Vanderslagmolen

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Left: LAb[au] Right: Picture by Thomas Vanhaute

The building has been a host for various light shows, for example the Touch project in which visitors could control the display from the opposite street using a touch screen. People were allowed to light the building in a personal way for a few moments and to send a souvenir picture of the light show to their e-mail addresses.

dexia tower touch screen light show
LAb[au]

read more at the Official Website

(via creative review)