One year ago (though it honestly feels like a lifetime), some fellow urban explorer/photographer friends and I were lucky enough to climb one of Toronto’s most amazing high-rises—one that we had often dreamed of visiting but never thought possible until the opportunity suddenly presented itself. After that serendipitous day, a photo Tom Ryaboi took of [...]
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The Glass Castle museum and theme park in Jeju, Korea celebrates the beauty and versatility of silica in all its forms, from brittle and delicately stained studio works to chunky and playfully moulded novelty sculptures. A garden of glass flowers, an exhibit of Venetian pieces, a mirror maze, and a tunnel of jewels are just [...]
I don\’t even get HDTV in this thing. Life\’s a chore.
BREAKING NEWS: My digital SLR and I have been reunited at long last! A Purolator truck arrived at my house. Inside this truck was a package. Inside this package was a sheet of bubble wrap. Inside this bubble wrap was a crumpled page from a Korean newspaper (I guess my technician was Korean). On this [...]
Step 1: Roll self in desired seasonings, sauces, and spices, leave to soak overnight. Step 2: Find a giant rooftop air handling unit. Step 3: Wait.* *This step may take a while, but excellent marination has no time limit.
The Royal Ontario Museum\’s Michael Lee-Chin Crystal is a curious glass object. Much like a prism, and much like a camera lens. The Crystal — representing aesthetic controversy. To like or dislike it, you must ask yourself, because public opinion varies too widely. The prism — representing optical anomaly. To achieve refraction, you must shine [...]