According to Wikipedia, Ghost-riding was begun in Oakland around 2006. To me it seems like an updated version of a chinese fire drill, although as kids we ghost-rided our bikes down hills or whatever. What follows are some clips of fascinating Ghost Rides.
Apples hyperwall from WWDC.
“At Apple’s recent WWDC developer conference, 20,000 of the most popular iPhone apps were showcased on a pulsating wall of 30 Cinema Displays. Whenever someone downloaded a particular app, its icon pulsed light outwards creating a mesmerising display.”
Make your own lane….The device attaches to the back of your bike frame and an illuminated bike lane appears instantly. Although the LightLane isn’t available to the public just yet, this product will give bikers the space they need on those all too many roads without bike lanes. I think a better use would be to sell advertising to bike messengers….two for one Domino’s Pizza delivers….
If you’ve ever wondered what The Enablist’s dreams look like, this is pretty close. Yes that’s right, I dream in awesome. As always, fresh stuff coming out of Mad Decent.
We just recently discovered Michael Ferris Jr., a sculptor who works in recycled materials, mainly recylced wood. The work is really beautiful, and at first glance we thought the subjects were real. He recently had his first solo show at George Adams Gallery in NYC, and he has a second solo show on the books there for 2010. Well done.
Stock Shock is a “Michael Moore” style documentary about the short selling manipulation of the stock market through the rise and fall of Sirius/XM. So, if you are wondering where your money went here is a good place to start.
I also found this commentary clip as well…. after the jump.
In alignment with his upcoming show this week at Jonathan Levine, WK Interact has released three new prints through the gallery. Each a different price and size, the prints are a nice alternative if you cannot afford his original work.