Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Coppia curieux

Coppia curieux it's an italian couple with a passion for sex and eroticism sharing their intimate world of the senses.

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Bad Grandma

Bad Grandma, stealing your man since 1928, the 86-year-old woman who posts Instagram shots of herself in a swimsuit, taking pills and dancing... and she's gained a cult following. Meet her on Twitter, Instagram and Etsy.

Sunday, May 25, 2014

Sam Livm Photography

Sam Livm is a 22 year young film director currently living in NYC. He started photography during the summer of 2012. He loves to take pictures of strangers being kids. But his passion, has always been with cinema. Instagram.

Saturday, May 24, 2014

An Empty Apartment with Justine

quote [Justine, our newest nudiecrane featured in Nudiezine #27 comes to town and squats in our old empty apartment in Brooklyn, New York and we were there to capture it all.
Starring Justine Marie - Music "Flashbulb Eyes" by Arcade Fire. Film by Aaron Tsuru.

Friday, May 23, 2014

The joke behind mysterious A113 code

The mysterious combination of numbers and letters 'A113' that has been popping up in Pixar films for over a decade is well known to people in the animation industry. The secret behind the code, which made appearances in various forms in the Toy Story trilogy, Finding Nemo, A Bug’s Life, Up, Brave, as well as animated shows like The Simpsons and American Dad, and even live-action movies like Hunger Games: Catching Fire, is that it's an intentional inside joke. [more]
A113 (pronounced A1-13) was the classroom number used by character animation students at the California Institute of the Arts. Many of its alumni (including Pixar staff) have used the number in their professional works.

CalArts illustrious alumni (L to R) Pete Docter, Andrew Stanton and Chief Creative Officer of Pixar and Walt Disney Animation Studios John Lasseter posing outside room A113 in the 1990s

Thursday, May 22, 2014

Davide Ambroggio Photography

Yet another great fashion and eroti italian photographer. Davide Ambroggio was born in Treviso, Italy and he studied cinema in Bologna where he works and lives. Don't miss his blog, DAVIDIARY.

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

I'm spankee

I'm spankee, a life behind a true BDSM relationship 24/7 is the story of Charlotte, a sexual slavery.

Monday, May 19, 2014

It’s a cat? No, it’s a meowl

quote [In Chinese, owls are called “猫头鹰” (mao tou ying), which would mean “cat-headed eagle”, if translated literally. Now, imagine an eagle with a cat’s head… it would probably look rather silly, wouldn’t it? An owl with a cat’s head, however, looks surprisingly natural! Check out these awesome “meowls”!

Thursday, May 15, 2014

Megan Van Groll Artwork

Megan Van Groll is an artist specializing in realistic portraits and narrative figure paintings that explore themes of identity construction in modern women. (Nude Figure Paintings).

Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Webdriver Torso: YouTube mystery

quote [On 23 September 2013 at 14:45, YouTube user Webdriver Torso quietly uploaded a video.
The mysterious 11-second sequence of red and blue rectangles could easily have been lost, unexplained and unappreciated among YouTube's plethora of kittens and music videos. But 28 minutes later Webdriver uploaded an almost identical video, and another an hour after that, and another, until eight months later - apparently happy with nearly 80,000 clips - they fell silent, with 236 hours of video to their name.
Almost all of the uploads follow the same pattern - 10 slides, each with a red rectangle, a blue rectangle and a computer-generated tone.
The shapes change size and the notes change pitch. Each video appears to be unique, but the format stays the same].

Spy messages?

Wired magazine first stumbled on the clips in February as part of a feature on obscure YouTube uploads.

A Google search for “Webdriver Torso” only turns up results related to the YouTube channel. (We reached out to Webdriver Torso via the YouTube messenger, but have not heard back.)

A search for “Webdriver” alone, however, is somewhat more fruitful.

On the blog BoingBoing, user Enkidu speculated that the videos might be a digital version of spies' "numbers stations". These cold war relics are radio stations that broadcast seemingly random numbers at periodic intervals.

The very first video uploaded to the channel, over a month before the first rectangle classic, reveals a completely different side to Webdriver.
Locked behind a 1.99 euro ($2.76; £1.63) paywall and only accessible if you're in France, is a clip from the cartoon series Aqua Teen Hunger Force, in which the show's three anthropomorphic fast-food items - Frylock, Meatwad and Master Shake - fail to win a pub quiz.

The second anomalous clip only raises more questions.
In video 1,182 we have what could be our first sighting of Webdriver.
Filmed from a Parisian balcony, the six-second clip shows an Eiffel Tower lightshow followed by a fleeting glimpse of a face.

Below the video, Webdriver has left a comment, their only known communication with the world: "Matei is highly intelligent."

(via BBC)

quote [Selenium is a set of tools that help you automate Web-based tasks. According to its site, “it is for automating Web applications for testing purposes, but it is certainly not limited to just that.” One of the tools Selenium offers is something called WebDriver.
“WebDriver is a tool for writing automated tests of websites,” reads the WebDriver FAQ. “It aims to mimic the behavior of a real user, and as such interacts with the HTML of the application.” So we reached out to the owners of Selenium WebDriver identified in this list of developers. It looked likely that “Webdriver torso” was part of this project, not only because of the shared neologism but also because automation seemed like the only plausible explanation for uploading this quantity of video.
But Patrick Lightbody, who has been involved with Selenium since 2005, denied that there was any connection between their WebDriver and Webdriver Torso. “Those videos look like they are trying to make contact with aliens,” he wrote].
(via The Daily Dot)

[Previously: The mistery of Numbers station ]

Sunday, May 11, 2014

Richard Bernardin Updated

Richard Bernardin was born in Chicago but now lives between Paris and Montreal. After studying film and photography, he embarked on a successful career in fashion photography.
[Thumbnail: Simone Doreleijers by Richard Bernardin for Please Magazine]
[Previously: Richard Bernardin Photography]