A Pac-man cheesecake from obsequies.
Pedestrians cross Jones St towards a pile of rubble on Market Street. The Hibernia Bank building burned out, but is still standing strong.
On April 18, 1906, San Franciscans woke up to a quick shake and then for the next 20-25 seconds, everything was silent. And then the great earthquake broke loose with buildings falling, the city’s downtown crumbled and broken gas lines burst into flames. The city burned for three days and over 80% of San Francisco was destroyed.
More than 100 years later photographer Shawn Clover has combined the photos taken right after the 1906 earthquake to modern-day San Francisco
New York-based graphic designer Evan Robertson ended up turning his favorite book lines into beautiful graphic posters. He noticed that some of his favorite quotes inspired his hand as much as his head so he started combining them together with graphic visualizations.
Check out this laser virtual keyborad that you can use with your Ipad/Iphone. Next step is to integrate this into the phone.
The Dark Knight – A piece created using individual bats!