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Ghoti is a constructed word used to illustrate irregularities in English spelling. It is a respelling of the word fish. It comprises these phonemes: gh, pronounced /f/ as in tough; o, pronounced /ɪ/ as in women; and ti, pronounced /ʃ/ … Continue reading
After a catastrophic crash at the 1976 German Grand Prix at the Nürburgring that could have killed him, Formula One driver Niki Lauda (Brühl) returns to face his rival James Hunt (Hemsworth) in their pursuit of the 1976 World Championship … Continue reading
William Shakespeare may have spent some of his “lost” early years working as a schoolmaster in a Hampshire village. Local historians in Titchfield near Southampton believe the Bard worked as a schoolmaster at a school there for three years between … Continue reading
There are few things that scream bachelor pad more than a pool table. And even the skeeviest single guy knows you gotta eventually class it up. That’s why this pool table by Fusiontable is so perfect. It’s a modern dining … Continue reading
As you know, Deskarati doesn’t do bad news, but occasionally one of our favorites depart and we feel the need to mark the event. This week Roger Ebert passed and we shall all miss his excellent film reviews. We were … Continue reading
Here is a lovely piece suggested by my daughter in law Youngja Robb nee You. I believe it is from a Japanese film called – Kikujiro and performed here by the composer Joe Hisaishi.
This animated character is being rendered in real-time on current video card hardware, using standard bone animation. The rendering techniques, as well as the animation pipeline are being presented at GDC 2013, “Next Generation Character Rendering” on March 27. The … Continue reading
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This video is a sizzle reel of a full-length documentary film coming out in fall 2013 on the work, creative process and life story of Artist Angelo Musco. A new project by Brainchild Films directed by Emmy Award-winning director Robert … Continue reading
Our friends over at Optical Spy have added a great new gallery featuring some of M.C. Escher‘s most famous artworks. But they have all been lovingly colored in. See more here Escher in Color
This excellent illusion was made by Felice Varini. Many more examples of Varini’s work on his website.
A publication named Goblinproofing One’s Chicken Coop has been named as the winner of the Diagram Prize for oddest book title of the year. The book claimed 38% of an online vote, beating rivals including How Tea Cosies Changed the … Continue reading
A painting on display in the former home of Sir Francis Drake may be a self-portrait by the Dutch Master Rembrandt valued at close to £20m. For decades the work showing Rembrandt aged 29 was thought to have been painted … Continue reading
LIFE OF PI follows the story of a young man’s incredible survival at sea against almost impossible odds. A remarkable breakthrough in the use of 3D technology, PI will take audiences on an emotionally captivating journey that will inspire, touch … Continue reading
A previously unknown painting by 17th Century master Van Dyck has been identified after being spotted online. The portrait was previously thought to have been a copy and was in storage at the Bowes Museum in County Durham. But it … Continue reading
Today we publish the first in a series of posts by our good friend Alan Mason. For more of Alan’s work please click here – Alan Mason - Deskarati. As a small child I learned to read quite quickly, and began … Continue reading
Landscape photographer Timothy Corbin has recently been both cold and busy capturing some fantastic pictures of the effects of the minus degree temperatures on the shores of Lake Ontario. The images are great examples of both beauty and calm contradicting with the voracity of our natural … Continue reading