Tuesday, 10. January 2006

Underwater Art Photography

Libor Spacek was born in 1966 in Czech Republic. As a diving instructor and professional photographer he came up with an interesting idea of bringing studio methods down under the water´s surface. The result is a unique photo collection of ?Underwater Fine Art Nudes? which has been exhibited and published worldwide to great acclaim ...



A substantial element of Libor´s shooting are the models. But these models have to have a very special relation to water plus swimming skills and endurance (and fantasy as well). A three hour long session in the cold water is not easy ...

Underwater Art Photography by Libor Spacek

Posted at 10.01.06 @ 13:58 | Category Photography & Pictures |

Kawase Hasui

Known for his exquisite landscape prints, Kawase Hasui was one of the most prolific and talented shin hanga artists of the early 20th century. He designed around six hundred prints total, mainly for the publisher Watanabe Shozaburo, although he also worked for several others briefly. Many people feel that Hasui's most original work was done at the beginning of his career. Unfortunately, the blocks for these early prints were destroyed in the devastating 1923 earthquake and they were never reprinted. Consequently, Hasui's pre-earthquake prints are among the rarest and most sought-after shin hanga.

Kawase Hasui


Posted at 10.01.06 @ 13:46 | Category Art & Culture |

How to do pop art portraits


In this tutorial I will show you how to create a pop art portrait. These make great gifts because:

- they are free
- they look nice
- they require almost no skill, if you
follow this idiot's guide

How to do pop art portraits

Posted at 10.01.06 @ 13:36 | Category Illustrations & Paintings |

Jules Verne Collection

Jules Gabriel Verne (February 8, 1828 ? March 24, 1905) was a French author and a pioneer of the science-fiction genre. Verne was noted for writing about cosmic, atmospheric, and underwater travel long before air travel and submarines were commonplace and before practical means of space travel had even been devised.

A must:
The Illustrated Jules Verne
A compendium of the original illustrations from the Jules Verne?s Voyages Extraordinaires.

You'll need more than "80 days" for this huge site!

Zvi Har?El?s Jules Verne Collection with free online versions of 51 of Jules Verne's novels translated to 8 languages.


Posted at 10.01.06 @ 13:27 | Category Books & Papers |



Take a bit of "Grow" and a bit of "Samorost" - mix it!

That's Castle.

Click the sensitive points in the correct order.

Die sensitiven Punkte in der richtigen Reihenfolge anklicken!

Click'n'Point - good luck!

Posted at 10.01.06 @ 13:13 | Category Games & Toys |

City Skylines

City Skylines by Jürgen Lerm


Posted at 10.01.06 @ 13:04 | Category Travel & Places |



egoSurf helps massage the web publishers ego, and thereby maintain the cool equilibrium of the net itself.

So, how does it work? Simple. You enter your name and your blogs web address. We search google and find links to your blog. We calculate your ego ranking.

egoSurf makes my day! I have 7750 egoPoints!

(via The Presurfer)


UPDATE 10.01.06 @ 19.46 Uhr

I'm astonished! My (beloved) husband has 10'861 egoPoints! We found that out in our daily "happy hour". *lol*


And therefore I link to the first time of my life to his website Mueller Science.

I don't hope this goes to his head!

Posted at 10.01.06 @ 12:56 | Category Internet & Computer |