Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Exeption of rule

The exeption that proves the rule!

From regular Origami to irregualr dress

A collection of fashion designs that are based on origami paper designs. Fashion has always been weird, but this is kinda taking it to a new level.

Sunday, February 6, 2011

Regular things with irregular colors

Each color that stands up for himself has a artistic name. As it becames increasingly difficult to remember all those names, Chirag Mehta has devised an application Name That Color,where you select a color, but the program says which name is the most suitable for that color. That names are taken from the sites such as:Wikipedia,Crayola,Resence.

Which color?

Why do you say red when you think on maroon color?
Is an apricot a fruit or color?

Is it grey or mouse color?

And then a little more professional to say it sounds cyan and magenta

Grass stone

Greenspot are the concrete tiles through which vegetation can grow. Excellent solution that large concrete surface be interleaved with vegetation, and thus enables easier removal of rainwater from the tiles.

Saturday, February 5, 2011

Upside Down House

the walls are there ...
the roof is there ...
floor is there ...

But ... There is still something wrong. No, this is an example how the workers built something on your own. Bosses wanted to look just like this.
People say the world is so turned on a header, here's even home. Everything is reversed, the man knows more what's normal. It seems funny, but has a serious message.
In addition to those of their artistic quality, this house has become a big tourist attraction. People stand for hours in line to see what's inside. They say that workers are looking for a break every three hours because it is terribly difficult to do so upside-down.

Built by Daniel Czapiewski, Szymbark,Poland

Monday, January 31, 2011

On-line system which mainly executes regular jobs including apparatus for efficiently executing both regular jobs and irregular jobs

United States Patent US5095524

On-line system having a plurality of terminal equipments and host computers connectable to the terminal equipments, each host computer responsive to a job request from a terminal equipment being provided with an on-line process for transferring the control of the job request to a job execution process determined in accordance with the content of the job request, and a plurality of regular job execution processes for executing, if the job request is a regular job request, a regular job for the regular job request. The on-line control process is provided with an irregular job execution process space generating process for generating an irregular job execution process space for the irregular job execution. The irregular job execution process space generating process generates an irregular job execution process space upon the irregular job request from the terminal equipment, and calls an irregular job execution process request program for the irregular job request in the irregular job execution process space to execute an irregular job for the irregular job request.

The strange case of Dr Jekyll and Mr. Hide

Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde is the original title of a novella written by Robert L. Stevenson that was first published in 1886. Only in 1912 James Cruze made the movie.
The work is commonly associated with the rare mental condition often spuriously called split personality , wherein within the same person there are two distinct personalities. In this case, the two personalities in Dr Jekyll are apparently good and evil, with completely opposite levels of morality. The novella's impact is such that it has become a part of the language, with the phrase "Jekyll and Hyde" coming to mean a person who is vastly different in moral character from one situation to the next.


Yellow-Red-Blu, Kandinsky 1925
Kandinsky explained the theories on the distribution of weight within the area and tried to outline the processes by which pictorial analysis of the minimal elements and principles of painting - such as point and line as a sequence of points , and their relationship with the surface that receives - leads to a synthesis of the spiritual order. To this end, he led an analysis that leads to extreme consequences be what he called 'the deep affinities between the different arts (painting with music, dance ..) and the organic connections between art and the forms of civilization or of anti-social.


A honeycomb is a mass of hexagonal waxcells built byhonet bees in their nests to contain their larvae and stores of honey and pollen.
The axes of honeycomb cells are always quasi-horizontal, and the non-angled rows of honeycomb cells are always horizontally (not vertically) aligned. Thus, each cell has two vertical walls, with "floors" and "ceilings" composed of two angled walls. The cells slope slightly upwards, between 9 and 14 degrees, towards the open ends.
The closed ends of the honeycomb cells are also an example of geometric efficiency.