Measuring 108 feet in depth, the dive pool at Nemo 33 in Brussels, Belgium is the world’s deepest. The pool contains an astounding “2,500,000 litres of non-chlorinated, highly filtered spring water.”
I simply love this piece on the sardine run around the coast of Africa. The images caught around the :52 second mark are outstanding.
Sushiborg Yukari is an interesting project by Sputniko that is a twist on the tradition of Nyotai Mori, the Japanese practice of serving Sushi on naked women. She is a cyborg designed to serve sushi on her rotating belt, and is equipped with enough intelligence to begin to grow weary about the way she was designed,
“When Yukari’s programmed intelligence develops enough to understand her functionality as a sex object, she struggles to accept her role – slowly, Yukari attaches knives to her own body, modifying herself to become a lethal weapon, plotting to one day escape the Sushi restaurant she now feels captive with in…”
Deion Sanders getting baptized
First time I saw these was on the Neistat Brothers show. Sick
It wouldn’t be Wet Water Week without showing the work of super homie talented artist, Alex Lukas.
Caught this one in Beacon, NY.
This is an essay written by my Grandfather, Norman Tengstrom, about the sinking of the Pilot Boat Jacob A. Westervelt (No. 19) and death of my great great great grandfather Captain John O’Keefe off the New York Harbor. I also included a gallery of the Captain’s log at the end (amazing script).
“The New York Pilot boat Jacob A. Westervelt was run down and sunk by the New Hamburg screw-steamer Saxonia on Tuesday morning, April 20, 1858, her Captain, John O’Keefe, drowned. Captain O’Keefe was one of the most intrepid and capable of our pilots, and was a brother of Maurice O’Keefe, deputy U.S. Marshal.”
“Eric Nakamura and Saelee Oh collaborate for the first time to make a one minute stop motion animation short. Using simple materials such as paper, wood, and tape, Nakamura and Oh bring an aquarium to life with imaginary sea creatures one frame at a time with a digital camera. The collaboration process was organic and unscripted. Custom soundtrack was created by Bay area musician, Goh Nakamura.”
Cause you know, American Vogue is way too prude for that ish.
Water & Oil, photographed by Steven Meisel
model: Kristen McMenamy