An immersive art installation and story in the form of an app, Circa 1948 transports you back in time to post-war Vancouver, BC and allows you to take in the history of the then developing city by eavesdropping on long lost conversations.
Pop Chart Lab picked an all-star roster of 165 basketball jerseys from 1921 to the present for this poster. Most of them are from the NBA, with cameos from the Globetrotters and basketball movies. Death to sleeved jerseys!
Azerbaijan artist Faig Ahmed combines the Middle Eastern style of carpet making with urban art and digital media, creating pieces that look like they’re just altered images but are actually purely embroidered.
While you have to go to a fancy pastry competition here in the States to witness this art form, in Xian, China, it’s as easy as going to this street vendor, who crafts intricate candy animals by blowing into molten hot sugar.
The Faceswap meme involves digitally switching out the faces of people and characters, transforming once familiar scenes into surreal alternative universes. We have to say that Dame Judy Dench looks pretty dapper as 007.
Walt Disney shows off an incredible invention his studio created in the 1950s – a camera which could capture multiple layers simultaneously to produce impressive background depth, a dramatic advancement in animated filmmaking.