Celebrate creativity, assist the arts and help honeybees.
The Dice-O-Matic mark II
A 7 foot tall, 104 pound, dice-eating monster, capable of generating 1.3 million dice rolls a day.
Let’s Hear It for the Bees
Honey Bees keep time using molecular clocks, “a series of feedback loops in which the proteins produced by several genes feedback to repress their own production. […] The end result is a near-24-hour cycling in the levels of various proteins that in turn result in the cycling of the secretion of hormones and other substances.”
Ted Baryluk’s Grocery - John Paskievich, Michael Mirus, 1982, 10min 19s
Ukrainian-Canadian Ted Baryluk’s grocery store was a fixture in Winnipeg’s North End (Point Douglas) for over 20 years.
“The peculiar, profound, and still mysterious way by which complex structures appear in the universe.”
This video was filmed in one take, with audio being recorded simultaneously with the film. The video features Nyle
and is produced by Last Pictures
and 194 Recordings