Friday, June 22, 2018

Take A Virtual Tour Of Taliesin West


Taliesin West is the first Frank Lloyd Wright property made freely available online using new technology from 3D Laboratory. This immersive experience provides a deeper understanding of Frank Lloyd Wright’s philosophy on organic architecture and how it comes to life in the design and structure of his winter home and studio.

This video explains how the project came about:




Experience the virtual tour here 

3 Years Of Labour and $70K Transform An Old Bus Into A Fabulous Home


Jessie Lipskin fell in love with a 1966 GMC bus she saw on eBay. She bought it and spent the next three  years and $70,000 converting the vehicle into a gorgeous home, and it looks like her time and money paid off. The pictures will make you want to make your own house on wheels.








More: Bored Panda

Why Are Archaeologists Digging Up The 1969 Woodstock Festival Concert Field?


Are they looking for an old peace symbol? Or a strand of hippie beads? Or Jimi Hendrix’s guitar pick? Nope. Binghamton University’s Public Archaeology Facility is helping to map out the site to pinpoint exactly where The Who, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Janis Joplin and Joe Cocker performed 49 years ago. Their work will help the Museum at Bethel Woods plan interpretive walking routes in time for the concert’s 50th anniversary next year.

More:  SPIN

The Prevailing Winds

A lone hiker searches the moors for her sister, despite an invisible and deadly toxin that could overtake her the moment the wind changes.


THE PREVAILING WINDS from Adam Butcher on Vimeo.

Thursday, June 21, 2018

RIP Koko

When my sons were little the story of Koko and her pet kitten was one of their favourites.

 

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