We’re closing in on the end of the first ‘era’ of Marvel Studios movies, with Avengers: Endgame exactly 100 sleeps away (yes, I’m counting). And now artist John Guydo via Bottleneck Gallery has delivered a suitably epic pair of posters to commemorate the amazing era of films we’ve had the pleasure of living through.
It’s been a long time since a TV appeared at CES that genuinely got anyone excited. We’ve seen some clever new bezels, even frames, added to change how TVs look in our living room. But the LG rollable OLED redefines how we share our living space with our big screen entertainment.
Part education lesson in real city planning, part critique of what’s wrong with the game. And next time I play I’ll remember to stick to 6×6 grids for sure.
How do suburbs and neighbourhoods get their names? That seems to be changing in the age of Google Maps, according to an amazing story at The New York Times.
Echoing the grooves of a vinyl record alongside the ebonised ash wood base structure, this high-end turntable design is a stunner.
Trevor Paglen’s Orbital Reflector is a satellite launch for purely artistic purposes, delivering a reflective object that we’ll all see orbiting above us, like a comet streaking across the night sky.
Design, performance art and clever security infrastructure come together at CloudFlare San Francisco. A wall of lava lamps has been integrated into the office design, with a constant feed of photographs of the fluid dynamics delivering random number generation for use in back office processes.
A lot of 10th anniversary talk around Bioshock, a game worthy of such reflection. There’s good Remastered edition options out there. If you haven’t played it, put it on your list. It’s worth it.