Speaking at the Euroscience Open Forum (ESOF) in Dublin this week, mathematicians Professor Robin Wilson (a son of the former British Prime Minister Harold Wilson) from Oxford and Professor Ehrhard Behrends from Freie Universität Berlin, spoke about the many interesting connections between mathematics and music. For example, it is not widely known that our European […]
Robert Plotnik, more commonly known as Bleecker Bob, quit law to co-found a record shop in New York’s Greenwich Village in 1967. Forty years later and his record shop has become the longest running in New York and has been at the core of the city’s music scene, selling the demo tapes and early releases […]
Here are some latest webfinds that have made us briefly stop and say, “Oh that’s kinda cool!”
Barcode band from Kang woon Jin on Vimeo.
The Barcode Band film above, pretty much does what it says on the tin – a band created from…you know…barcodes.
O (Omicron) from Romain Tardy (AntiVJ) on Vimeo.
O (Omnicron) is […]
…well not quite. Back in 1986 Apple thought it would be a good idea to make forays into the fashion world, however no one else did. Then again judging by current London fashions in the bottom photo, maybe Apple should re-release their clothing range in 2013?….
Airports get a bad rep most of the time – delays, global warming, lost baggage… the list goes on. They will therefore try anything to get some good press. One way is a new art installation. Heathrow recently announced a huge Richard Wilson sculpture to dominate Terminal 2.
However, big isn’t always better as this amazing […]