Links of the Week

A music video with 240 cassettes, a ghost village in China, the largest lava lake in the world and pano-selfies in Bird In Flight's weekly digest.

Entrepreneur and blogger Colin Derveaux invented the panorama selfie.

Where the Grass Grows

There’s a fishing village about 65 kilometers from Shanghai that was abandoned during the 1990s. Mashable documented how the place looks now.

Song of the 90s

Australian studios Dropbear Digital shot a music video for the artist Opiuo in which they used 240 audio cassettes, 108 CDs and more than 17 kilometers of video film.


Swiss artist Remo Leinhard, under the name Wes21, joins science fiction and nature together on city walls.

Art in the Shadows

Larry Kagan figure out how to get images using a piece of a metal rod and light bulbs.

Fashionably-forgotten Old Stuff

Jason Dorn drew an old camera in a modern, flat design style.

Turn, Twist, Print my Wrist

The digital research studio Madlab has developed Tactum, a system that allows you to project any object on your skin and then print it using a 3D printer.

Hot Point

Photographer Francesco Pandolfo captured on film the largest lava lake in the world, which is located in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Remember the Past

Designer Susan Kare created a deck of cards from the computer version of “Solitaire.” Plunging into the past costs $14.

Kitties Everywhere

Antonia Henschel shot photos of the cartoon kitty anywhere she could find it and put them together for the book Ni Hao, Kitty.

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