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Before the availability of the tape recorder and during the 50s when vinyl was scarce people in the Soviet Union began making records of banned Western music on discarded x-rays. With the help of a special device, banned bootlegged jazz and rock ‘n’ roll records were “pressed” on thick radiographs salvaged from hospital waste bins and then cut into discs of 23-25 centimeters in diameter. They would cut the X-ray into a crude circle with manicure scissors and use a cigarette to burn a hole.

  • Lisa McCarthy
    Lisa McCarthy

    Never knew that. Wow!

  • Troy

    That's just cool.

  • Lynn Richardson
    Lynn Richardson

    Wow that's creative

  • John Everett Morton
    John Everett Morton

    Beatles collectors started snatching these up when they found out about them.

  • Emily Badger
    Emily Badger

    I would love to hang one of these in my house since my hubby is an X-ray tech! So cool!

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Idris Khan. Rachmaninoff…Preludes (2007)

Blackout poetry

  • Tim Kendall
    Tim Kendall

    Reminds me of your search for dark land :-)

Stunning Ink and Pencil Portraits on Maps - My Modern Metropolis

Stunning Ink and Pencil Portraits on Maps
  • John Harrison DrawnInYorkshire
    John Harrison DrawnInYorkshire

    stunning, just stunning!

  • Karla Bedard
    Karla Bedard

    Great idea and well drawn

  • Michelle Skrobish
    Michelle Skrobish

    I love this and I want to have one!

Rowling's outline for Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

  • Teri Pope
    Teri Pope


  • Hannah Griffiths
    Hannah Griffiths

    if this is real then that is completely and utterly brilliant.

  • Edvina Babic
    Edvina Babic

    Love it!

  • Lisa Springer-Fouser
    Lisa Springer-Fouser

    Erin Springer this is for you!

  • Hebrews 11:3 Evangelistic Ministries, Inc.
    Hebrews 11:3 Evangelistic Ministries, Inc.

    Just the remarkable 'process' of cursive writing; the hand-to-eye connection; 8 1/2 x 11inch 'lined' paper - with a choice of writing media (e,g, pencil; marker; pen, etc.) and the overall contribution of: "THE MIND AND THE BRAIN - NEUROPLASTICITY AND THE POWER OF MENTAL FORCE" Jeffrey M. Schwartz, M.D. and Sharon Begley - gives much inspirational credence to what Rowlings executed. Of inestimable value!

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Tufe-'i Vehb. Vehbi.

Artist Michael Wesely takes up to three years to take a single picture. His project captures years in a single photo.

Long Exposure Photos Capture Years in a Single Frame

I love marginalia. Honestly. I think a book is meant for this. Not to be kept in pristine condition.

  • Holly Jones-Whittey
    Holly Jones-Whittey

    the "soul" of the book

  • Sheila Parsons
    Sheila Parsons

    I have sometimes just put a check mark next to the "deep thought." Doesn't mark the book too much, but the next reader may pause to think about what and why I checked it.

  • Evan Sharp
    Evan Sharp

    Shelley Engstrom - thanks for sharing!

  • Chase Insteadman Mountbatten
    Chase Insteadman Mountbatten

    One quite agrees.

  • Kallee M.
    Kallee M.

    I dont like writing in the book that much so I use post it notes along the sides.

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1906 + 2010: The Earthquake Blend, "After reading San Francisco is Burning, Dennis Smith’s superb book of San Francisco’s reaction to the 1906 earthquake, I got to thinking. What if I could precisely line up photos taken in 1906 with my own and combine the two together?" by Shawn Clover, via Robin Sloan

1906 Earthquake Blended with Today | Shawn Clover
  • Gaia Technologies
    Gaia Technologies

    Marvellous idea to play with time-travelling photo. What's more, the guy in the left seems to be taking a photo of the past. Wonderful touch.

  • mazeri

    Great photo!

  • LaToya Christensen
    LaToya Christensen

    Really cool!

  • Joyce Leonard
    Joyce Leonard


  • Trucker Classifieds
    Trucker Classifieds

    Wow, that's blended perfectly

AD #classifieds

  • Andrew Neal
    Andrew Neal

    Whoa, that is epic!

  • Martin della Cava
    Martin della Cava

    where is Wally?

Citation: Journal #102, 2003-2004 . Janice Lowry papers, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.

Hundreds of tourist photos weaved into one by Corinne Vioneet. These are amazing.

Hundreds of Tourist Photos Weaved into One (18 total)
  • Anjita Roychaudhury
    Anjita Roychaudhury

    Never quite seen anything like this....very surreal!

ivan ebel

Remnants of a Disappearing UI - evidence of multitouch interfaces left by the fingers doing the inputing.

Remnants of a Disappearing UI

Drawing on currency

  • Sue Fleming Smail
    Sue Fleming Smail

    Where did this originate from?

Christopher Nolan's hand-drawn timeline for Inception

Christopher Nolan's hand-drawn Inception timeline

Pre-Photoshopped Playboy centerfolds, with editorial annotations for the Photoshopper.

  • Derek Branum
    Derek Branum

    Wish I could see the entire picture to read the retouching directions.


Manuscript for "Crash" by J.G. Ballard

Overlaying various time-travel movie timelines to see when characters from different movies might meet.

  • Anne Sharp
    Anne Sharp

    and red dwarf is on there! though technically i think they forgot the deep freeze

  • Carol Morrow
    Carol Morrow

    you might want to google suntan tattoos - pretty neat

Please don't stop the music...

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