Monthly Archives: March 2010

The Wooden Mirror

This is an oldie but a goodie…The Wooden Mirror by Daniel Rozin. This series of small wooden pixels responds to the grayscale image of whatever is standing in front of it. By lighting it from above the values are created by the amount of light that is hitting a certain pixel. Amazing stuff, plus we found a video of Rozin explaining the creation…enjoy.

Spring Sale!

Spring is finally here and at (echo)witness we couldn’t be happier…For a limited time get 35% off everything in our store!!!  Tell your friends, tell your family, tell strangers who believe in our philosophy! Spread the word and enjoy your new threads…Also, don’t forget to connect with us on Facebook and Twitter for special deals and updates…

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The Shaw house in Vancouver

The Shaw House in Vancouver was designed by architectural firm Patkau Architects. Sitting on this beautiful waterfront property, the Shaw house features a stunning above ground pool and simple clean lines. Check out more projects by Patkau Architects at their site, here!

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Juergen Chill – Vogelperspektive

Juergen Chill‘s award-winning photography series “zellen” won the 1st prize of the European Architectural Photography Prize in 2007.Prison cells of various penal institutions in Germany (as well as Bordello and surgery rooms) are shown in centrally-perspective views. The series encompasses nine large-formation color photographs. Check out the rest of his portfolio here!