Haruka Kojin, Contact Lens 2011 w f lenses, 1 completely flat & clear & th other w warped surface 2 create interconnected circles f varying sizes. As th light travels through th acrylic, th images on th other side are flipped & contorted
Acrylic lenses installation by Hiroshima-born artist Haruka Kojin, from the exhibition "Architectural Environments for Tomorrow - new spatial practices in architecture and art" @ MOT, Art Museum Tokyo. via design boom
Soda Pop Slime - DIY Taste-Safe Recipe - NO Borax,Glue, Liquid Starch, or Contact Lens Solution! This Soda Pop Slime recipe is a super simple DIY activity for kids! This recipe is also safe and taste-safe and only requires two super simple ingredients.
Through The Lens - Watercolor Painting Print art piece, Photography home decor and wall art of camera
Whether using an SLR or your trusty smartphone, Fairmont Hotels have gone to the source - the travel photographers themselves - to compile a list of must-try holiday photography hacks. ** Be sure to check out this helpful article.
Designed to get the user more involved by removing all unwanted elements, ARTE sets out to break the mould of TV design. The conventional television stand has been replaced with a large stone that is positioned off-centre, this adds an interesting element of suspense to the design. Hidden within the stone is an acoustic lens to ensure a superior listening experience for the user and this further engages them.
Canon's Useful Tips On How to Clean and Care for Your Camera Isopropyl alcohol to clean glass Use air rocket to clean sensor and mirror No canned air ever Camera straps properly Microfiber cloth Use ziplock bags to prevent condensation and lens fogging!
The girls loved this. Make your own magic glitter slime! Step Empty a full bottle of Elmer’s Glitter Glue Step Add ½ tbsp baking soda Step Add tbsp contact lens solution Step Knead and … voilà! Ooey, goo-ey and Elmer’s Glue-y!