There are no computer-generated digital effects added to this remarkable video—it's just music and light projected on cacti. And yet it manages to thoroughly immerse us in its alien world.
Ooh, lights. Pretty. It's like stepping into an enchanted forest from the future. Romain Tardy and Squeaky Lobster created this installation called The Ark during Proyecta Oaxaca at the Ethnobotanical Garden in Oaxaca, Mexico. It's built around the cacti that line the heart of the garden and the installation projects…
Don't fret that I'll cramp your style in our giant slinky—there's enough room for 10,000 people. From the deft hand of Russian architect Alexander Remizov comes "The Ark," which he believes could be the future of housing.
This week, see the first three minutes of a woman giving birth to a toothy Turkish alien baby, watch a Russian clock-maker try and change the world and enjoy the beautiful CG short The Ark in all its glory. What else offers you all these joys but your Sunday afternoon Cult Movie Worship?