First Suspended Bicycle Roundabout in the World

by Milos Itic on February 5, 2014

First Suspended Bicycle Roundabout in the World are coming from which country? It is easy. This land is heaven for bicycles. It is Netherlands.

first-suspended-bicycle-roundabout in the world Read the rest of this entry »

Johannes Kepler

by Milos Itic on December 27, 2013

keplerVery nice from google to put on the front page name of German mathematician, astronomer and astrologer: Johannes Kepler. He was very famous in 17th century. His masterpiece astronomical work is Mysterium Cosmographicum (defense of the Copernican system).

Art by David Lewandowski

by Milos Itic on December 26, 2013

Art by David Lewandowski. Really good example of animation combine with a video.

YouTube Preview Image YouTube Preview Image



Great website about 8 and 16 mm cameras

by Milos Itic on December 11, 2013

I found really great website about 8 and 16 mm cameras. The only problem the website is on EGerman. But some news are on English. I post you a great post about new 8m camera from Denmark. Enjoy!

Sandy Skoglund – Set Design Art Photography

by Milos Itic on December 9, 2013

American photographer and installation artist. Her name is Sandy Skoglund. She creates surrealist images by building incredibly interesting set design. For one photography she need sometimes many months to complete.

Imagination power

  • Her website:


Photography by Irene Becker

by Milos Itic on December 7, 2013

Imaginary photos. Irene is based in Budapest, Hungary. This is her website: Enjoy!

Irene Backer photography website

Kafka, Dracula 5 and new Broken Sword trailers

by Milos Itic on December 5, 2013

New adventure game trailer: The Franz Kafka. A classic adventure game based on Franz Kafka’s twisted novels (Castle + Amerika + The Metamorphosis + surreal + absurd)

YouTube Preview Image

Trailer: Dracula 5: The Blood Legacy.

YouTube Preview Image

And of course, trailer for one and only: Broken Sword: The Serpent’s Curse

YouTube Preview Image

Rabbits (2002) by David Lynch

by Milos Itic on April 8, 2013

Jack, Jane, Suzie… Everyday depressive life of humanoid rabbits. What is interesting, all of these actors are starring in Mulholland Dr, one of the greatest films by David Lynch. Tagline: In a nameless city deluged by a continuous rain… three rabbits live with a fearful mystery.

YouTube Preview Image

Last Year at Marienbad

by Milos Itic on March 22, 2013

Some great cinema pictures and captures from masterpiece by Alain Resnais. Writer: Alain Robbe-Grillet. Simple story. Man meet woman he loves in the famous spa vacation in a castle and tries to convince her that they met last year. Memory research. Do they met last year or not. And what it can change. Or is it just a cyclical trends are “always the same”. Did not we just prisoners of time. The film remind of the picture of Dali “The Persistence of Memory” and is in the same shelf as all part of Linc. Read the rest of this entry »

What is eternity? Edvard Munch

by Milos Itic on March 2, 2013

One great quote for one great painter.Thought from Edvard Munch.

YouTube Preview Image

From my rotting body, flowers shall grow and I am in them and that is eternity

Building of the 2012 Year Awards

by Milos Itic on March 1, 2013

One of the best architecture website on the net, make a list of best buildings in 2012. London Velodrome, CCTV Headquarters, Stacking Green, Malopolska Garden of Arts, Absolute Towers, D38 Office and many more magnificent architectural buildings. You can also vote and choose your favorite. Statistics of this famous website:

1. 280,000 daily readers
2. 70 million pageviews per month

Vimeo Promotional Video:

Johan Agrell Compositions

by Milos Itic on March 1, 2013

You may know him like Johan Agrelius, Giovanni Agrell, Giovanni Aggrell, Johann Agrell or Johann Joachim Agrell. Johan Joachim Agrell is one of the great and not very famous German (Swedish) baroque composer. Born in Sweden but he spent big part of his life in Nuremberg, Germany. He mostly write symphonies, harpsichord concertos and sonatas.

YouTube Preview Image

YouTube Preview Image

Train in the Basement

by Milos Itic on February 23, 2013

Do you like trains? You do! You have a very good friend, Jason Shron. He loves trains so much, that he construct and built a full-size train in his basement! Another interesting passion and hobby. This is his story. “In fact, I like VIA trains so much that I built one, in my house“.

YouTube Preview Image

Steve Cutts – Man

by Milos Itic on February 22, 2013

Very interesting animation made by Steve Cutts, named “Man”. Animation created in Adobe Flash and Adobe After Effects software. Words of author “Looking at mans relationship with the natural world”. Just ordinary man in world as we know it. Enjoy!

YouTube Preview Image

North Korea children playing guitars

by Milos Itic on February 16, 2013

Very interesting video. Sometimes age isn’t important for art and music. Parents, do not forget to give opportunity to your children for play some instrument.

YouTube Preview Image

Cinematography by Bela Tarr

by Milos Itic on January 28, 2013

Béla Tarr is one of the most underrated director. He is a Hungarian film director. The video and the photos are from his film “Werckmeister Harmonies”. Hunting images of black and white. Enjoy!


YouTube Preview Image

Bela Tarr Cinematography

Laughing Yoga

by Milos Itic on January 14, 2013

Laughing Yoga

Laughter Yoga or Hasyayoga is a one interesting form of self-triggered laughter yoga. The concept of Laughter Yoga is that you can fool your body and brain and to make fake like real laughter. Sometimes body cannot differentiate between real and the fake. Both laughter provide the same physiological and psychological benefits. The idea is brainstorm by Dr. Madan Kataria, a Physician from India. He make first Laughter Club on March 13, 1995.

YouTube Preview Image

Buffalo ’66

by Milos Itic on January 1, 2013

Vincent Gallo. Christina Ricci. Ben Gazzara.

Buffalo '66Buffalo '666


I don’t think the world exists it’s just pretend

by Milos Itic on December 18, 2012

The Star Maker (1995) Quotes:

Dear Amigo, you always understand things when it’s to late

Giuseppe Tornatore, Sergio Castellitto and Ennio Morricone presents:

The best thing about being a shepherd is that you can reason with the stars. City people never look at the stars. But shepherds, in the country, at night, itis different. Sometimes I look at the stars and reason. Does the world really exist. I don’t think the world exists it’s just pretend. I think that when I look at a dead rabbit, too, the eyes always look alive and they watch me, like when I look at a picture.

YouTube Preview Image

Flowers Growing Quote

by Milos Itic on December 14, 2012

Daily Quotes:

Normality is a paved road.
Good for walking – but no flowers growing there.
— Vincent van Gogh