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Google Researchers Turn 2D Street View Photos Into Smooth 3D Tours

A group of Google researchers have created a new system called DeepStereo that can predict views of scenery that it has never seen before.

ArtRx LA

Jack Smith, ‘Flaming Creatures’ (1962–63), film still (courtesy Jack Smith Archive) (via LOS ANGELES — This week, there’s a chance to see pioneering body-based video art from the 1990s, an artist builds an adobe structure at LACE, the #USC7 get their own show, and more.

Reporters Left Out of Canadian PM Photo Op, Told Phones Aren’t Cameras

Should smartphone cameras be considered “real cameras” when used by journalists? It appears Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s staff members don’t think so.

Thanks to Budget Cuts, All Illinois State Museums Might Shutter

Springfield, IL (via Mike Linskvayer on Flickr) CHICAGO — The Illinois State Museum was founded 138 years ago, in 1877.

Can You Solve These Early 20th-Century Newspaper Puzzles?

John Sloan, “Blackbird Puzzle” (1901), commercial printing process, 22 5/8 × 17 3/4 inches (courtesy Delaware Art Museum, John Sloan Manuscript Collection, Helen Farr Sloan Library and Archives, © Delaware Art Museum / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York) (click to enlarge) Better known for his realist paintings of New York City street life, Ashcan School artist John Sloan was also a master of visual mind-bending. The Puzzling World of John Sloan at the Delaware Art Museum features 25 of his newspaper puzzles created for the Sunday supplement of the Philadelphia Press between 1900 and 1910.

An Online Archive of Leica Photography Magazines Dating Back to 1949

Some photographers find that shooting with a Leica camera provides an experience unlike any other. If you happen to be one of those photographers, or possibly a curious individual, we have quite a bit of exciting news.

Masked Men Storm London’s National Portrait Gallery in Bizarre BP Protest

Frank Oriti, “Clarity” (2014) (photo via @axatattoo/Instagram) On Sunday, masked men entered the National Portrait Gallery (NPG) in London, causing panic and a “stampede,” as the London Evening Standard reported.

Julie Watai Creates Provocative Digital Fantasy Worlds Influenced By Manga And Anime

Hyper Kawaii!!!! Happy Nerd Psychedelics Hyper Kawaii!!!! Wearable Computing Julie Watai is a photographer and contemporary artist whose acid-bright, digitized works draw heavily on the worlds of Japanese manga, anime, and otaku culture.

Concert Photographer, Where Did Your Integrity Go?

Over the last couple of weeks, the matter of photo contracts has once again been debated. First came Jason Sheldon’s blog post, calling Taylor Swift out on her hypocrisy when attacking Apple for demanding musicians give away their music for free while doing the exact same thing to concert photographers in her photo contracts.

Review: Palette’s Modular Photo Editing Controls Are Pricey but Powerful

In a world saturated by digital controls and on-screen buttons, the team at Palette is looking to create a more tactile future.

A 10,000 Square Foot Ball Pit Situated Within a National Museum Lets Visitors Experience the Beach Indoors

All images by Noah Kalina Brooklyn-based experimental studio Snarkitecture is bringing the ocean indoors, transforming water and waves into nearly one million recyclable translucent plastic balls.

How Film Projectors Turn Still Frames Into Moving Pictures

Have you ever wondered how film projectors are able to turn still frames on film into moving images in our minds?

A Tiny Stamp Sized Portfolio Created By Michael Lester Proves That Big Ideas Can Come In Small Packages

Portfolios are the only way for designers to be evaluated and picked up for a job. Michael Lester was challenged to get his out there and he did.

This Street Art Was Painted Upside-Down And Is Visible Correctly In Its Reflection

Some art makes you turn your head. This mural implores you to do something less taxing – just take a look at the water.

The work of Dustin Aksland

Raised in the California’s farmland and culturally vapid Central Valley, Dustin Aksland made his escape after high school to pursue a life of the opposite, rich with adventure, travel and lots of photography.

Photographer Captures Rain and Lightning Filling the Grand Canyon

Photographer Evan Halleck was visiting the Grand Canyon recently when he saw a storm brewing in the distance.

Palette Launches to Shake Up Your Photo Editing with Modular Controls

After raising $158,470 through Kickstarter two years ago, Palette today launched its modular control interface to help photographers take their photo editing workflow to the next level.

Photographer Captures Incredible Displays Of Light Created By Glow Worms In New Zealand Caves

Perhaps one of the more curious photo projects to surface recently is the glow worm pictures from Joe Michael.

Tom Lynall’s Tiny Intricate Pencil Carvings Of Emojis And Pop Culture Symbols Are So Small You Can Barely See Them

The art of pencil carving is becoming more and more widespread, intricate, and skilled. Over the past few years we have come to see many incredible things being carved from the humble pencil.

A House hidden in a Cliff with incredible Views of the Aegean Ocean

By Desmond Ignaz In essential simplicity, Casa Brutale is defined by three thick concrete slabs with all the installations preformed.