Sojasoße aus Yuasa

Hier eine sehr beeindruckende, leider zu kurze Dokumentation aus der Geburtsstätte der Sojasoße in Japan.

Soy Sauce is said to have originated in China and then brought over to Japan by a Buddhist monk who settled down in current-day Wakayama Prefecture in 1254. Using the abundance of clear, spring water from the town of Yuasa he began producing a type of miso that he had learned about on his travels…

Quelle: Yuasa Town: The Birthplace of Soy Sauce

Neue Stroboskop-animierte 3D-gedruckte Skulpturen von John Edmark

Sehr beeindruckende kinetische 3D-gedruckte Skulpturen, genannt Blooms, von John Edmark.
 

As artist John Edmark’s sculptures wiggle, wobble, and twist before your eyes like some alien creature, it’s hard to believe that what you’re seeing is a real physical object—but we assure you it is, with a bit of trick photography and some heady mathematics thrown in for good measure.

Quelle: Blooms 2: Extraordinary New Strobe-Animated Sculptures by John Edmark | Colossal

Justo Gallego Martínez baut seit 53 Jahren an einer Kathedrale

Justo Gallego Martínez baut seit 1963 an dem Bauwerk in der Nähe von Madrid – fast ausschließlich allein. Sehr beeindruckendes Lebenswerk.

Since 1963, a man named Justo Gallego has dedicated his life to building a cathedral on the outskirts of Madrid almost entirely by himself. Despite the lack of any formal training in construction or architecture, Gallego has continued work on the giant church into his 90s and works on it even today.

Quelle: Colossal: Christopher Jobson: A Lone Man Spends 53 Years Building a Cathedral by Hand