ISSUE 0.24

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Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow

Retrofuturism, fantastic glitch art, high-to-low tech spying, artistic fun with faces.

Time

privacy is a new thing [medium.com]

The Birth And Death Of Privacy: 3,000 Years of History Told Through 46 Images

Really, really interesting long read that's worth your time. Apparently, privacy that we take for granted and demand to have, but it wasn't always that way.
be careful out there [bbc.com]

The grim and gory reality of surgery in space

Think about it: surgery with no gravity. That sounds terrible.
old is new again [bgr.com]

In an era of high-tech spying, old-school espionage is on the rise

Sometimes you can't beat a room made out of lead. Not that that's what they're doing or anything. It's just a metaphor.

Art

yay ugur! [thecreatorsproject.vice.com]

The Broken 3D Mograph Art of Uğur Engin Deniz

Uğur is a fantastic artist and it's rad to see him getting recognition in The Creators Project. Great interview--check it out!
pretty, impractical pictures [slate.com]

Here’s How Artists in the Late 1800s Imagined Life in the Year 2000

Eye candy! These are completely scientifically and mechanically implausible, but the general ideas aren't too far off. Except for the whale submarine.
identity crisis art [wired.com]

This Face-Melding Art Project Is Made to Teach You Empathy

Gooey! I think live video-manipulation applications are SO cool.