(via necromorphy)Source: fuckyeah-pixels
It’s hard not to fall into a hypnotic trance while staring at art student Yasutoki Kariya’s installation titled Asobi. The kinetic structure, whose name translates as “play” in Japanese, features a transference of light and motion from one end of a series of light bulbs to the other, á la Newton’s Cradle. The remarkably soothing audiovisual installation mimics the familiar pendulum desk toy with its form and movement, which happens to prove Newton’s third law that says for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. However, instead of watching a silver ball click against a series of other like-sized spheres hanging from a line of their own respective string, we’re offered a new, stimulating visual.
(via morethanblessed)Source: architizer
THE GREATEST THING TIM DUNCAN HAS EVER DONE
So, this is The Greatest Thing Tim Duncan Has Ever Done…
Better than the 4 Championships, the 3 Finals MVPs, the 2 NBA MVPs, the Rookie of the Year award, and all of his points and rebounds.
Duncan trips walking up the steps of a Finals press conference, then calmly, and very very cooly, parlays it right into a running jump shot.
This is, for all intents and purposes, perfect.
"It’s all good, I’ll pretend I was making a jump shot, they won’t even notice"Source: gotemcoach