You probably already know the story behind the famous FedEx logo and its clever use of negative space. (If you don't, read this.) But of course, it's hardly the only logo with a "hidden message." British plastic card maker Oomph has collected 40 such logos—check them out below.
After 2 weeks of labor, Japanese artist and painter Yusuke Asai has completed a stunning mural that looks as though it was created with a large palette of brown paints, but in actuality he used 27 different types of soil. He calls this piece “yamatane”, which is Japanese for “mountain seed”. Surprisingly, the only art training that Asai has had was a ceramics class in high school. When he realized he could not afford art school at a university, he studied folk and tribal art on his own at zoos and museums, and perfected his own techniques...
Todo lo que sabemos sobre el cerebro, explicado en siete claves Aunque aún no cumple los 50, Carlos Chaguaceda (León, 1966) es una cara muy conocida en el entorno del periodismo y la comunicación corporativa. Y uno
"A few years ago, I came across some interesting research by cognitive psychologist Ronald T. Kellogg. He claimed that the mark of an expert writer is not years of practice or a hefty vocabulary, but rather an awareness of one’s audience. This made sense to me, and I wondered if it were true in other disciplines as well."
“Autumn is the season of transformation, in nature as well as in people‘s lives. The first whiff of chilly wind and the first falling leaf reminds us of the transience of those careless sunny summer days.”
“¿Se imaginan que después de terminar de videochatear con alguno de sus familiares o amigos sus webcams siguiesen capturando imágenes? ¿O que éstas se activasen solas y les grabasen en la intimidad de su casa?”
Desde El Biocultural ya no es que consideremos a Biocultura como una visita recomendable, sino más bien como de obligada asistencia para todos aquellos con interés en lo natural y ecológico. Por ello os animamos a asistir, para ello nada más fácil que regalaros la entrada. Y es el que regalamos 20 entradas dobles para que visites la feria de manera gratuita. Para ello vamos organizar un concurso en el que podéis participar todos lo que lo deseéis.
Lo que escucharás a continuación es parte del disco “Years” de Bartholomäus Traubeck. El álbum contiene siete pistas basadas en los anillos de edad, y sus características como fuerza, grosor y crecimiento, de diversos árboles, entre los que se incluyen roble, arce, nogal y haya.
What would happen if birds perched on electrical wires were transformed into musical notes? How would their position in space translate sonically? Those were exactly the questions Jarbas Agnelli asked one day. “I saw this picture of birds on the electric wires,” said Jarbas Agnelli. “I cut out the photo and decided to make a song, using the exact location of the birds as notes. I was just curious to hear what melody the birds were creating." Watch the final result here.