We love this video from last year in which Bobby McFerrin (yes, that Bobby McFerrin), demonstrates the power of the pentatonic scale…We think it’s pretty cool that human beings recognize the inherent order and balance of the pentatonic scale, regardless of culture or community. This falls nicely in line with our philosophy here at (echo)witness that learning is remembering…
Haugen/Zohar Architects designed this amazing outdoor fireplace using nothing more than some small sections of pine 2×4′s with tiny oak separators. Big enough to gather and hang out inside, this makes us wish we had the land to build one…check out more work from Haugen/Zohar Architects here.
Although this was announced a few months back, we still can’t get enough of the Dyson Air Multiplier, a new blade-less fan that uses the same concept as a jet engine to draw air in…It may cost around $300 but it looks incredible and would make a great conversation piece. Dyson himself explains in the video below:
Scientific curiosity is the inspiration behind Caleb Charland’s photography. These simple and elegant photographs illustrate the physical forces that interact with everyday material…Check out more of his amazing work at his site, here.
Amazing creativity and execution form German artist Till Nowak. He uses computers to project light patterns on specific architecture points within a room. Very cool merging of art and science. Read his bio and check out a million other creative things he is working on at his website, here.