A long, hard march took us over the hill, through the small ravine, up toward a land with a greenish hue and what looked to be small antenna covering the ground. They moved and swayed with each other, extending out in explosive waves, grappling beads of moisture in the air–and they grew thicker the closer we came to these links.

Dmitry Vishnevsky – Ships and scenes aplenty that make for some very picturesque landscapes. The tall, columnar and disc-shaped structures are quite Dmitry’s signature.
Gnomon Workshop live – 10 artists, 2 days. It all goes down September 21 and 22 in L.A. with early bird discount before August 21st.
Imperial March Surf Style – It’s the Star Wars Imperial March hanging out at the beach, covered in sand and looking cool in beach shorts and gritty, surf-style chords.
The Pantone Project – Chicago photographer Paul Octavious takes a dedicated color matching stance with Pantone color chips and his surroundings.
Back of my Head – Who needs band members when you can do it all yourself? John Marek showing you only need two hands, two feet and a little muscle memory to start a band.
Light wing – The lightest shoe weighs 150 grams. This is it. Made of Tyvek, Unbelievable Testing Laboratory developed over 500+ prototypes to make it happen. Kickstarter campaign too.
History of Mac – The history of the design in minimal print form. Created by Aakash Doshi who will be selling them soon.
Backbone – An animated short from ECV that tells of a slum in the middle of the ocean and Numa who encounters the gigantic guardian of the abandoned city.

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Josh is founder and editor at SolidSmack.com, founder at Aimsift Inc., and co-founder of EvD Media. He is involved in engineering, design, visualization, the technology making it happen, and the content developed around it. He is a SolidWorks Certified Professional and excels at falling awkwardly.