The Magic Wooden Mirror
You may have seen this already but …
Daniel Rozin is an artist, educator and developer, working in the area of interactive digital art. He’s created a wooden mirror — but there is trick to it, as there is with all things magic … We hear he has one mounted on his bedroom ceiling which is probably very distracting …
Take a look at his other work (there is other “mirror” magic to view):
Daniel Rozin’s website . We think he’s got a mirror thing going …
The Mirror in action:
We ran across this a few days ago and have decided to share.
Artist and photographer Chris Jordan has found his art niché. It’s named “Running the numbers.” He creates large, intricate prints assembled from literally thousands of other smaller photographs — which are beautiful in their own rite — while at the same time educating the public or increasing awareness of an issue.
He has decided to “look at contemporary American culture through the austere lens of statistics.”
Visit Chris Jordan’s main website —
Visit the project: Running the Numbers
From RUNNING THE NUMBERS:
Depicts 106,000 aluminum cans, the number used in the US every thirty seconds
Depicts 170,000 disposable Energizer batteries, equal to fifteen minutes of Energizer battery production.
Depicts 28,000 42-gallon barrels, the amount of oil consumed in the United States every two minutes (equal to the flow of a medium-sized river).