Toying with the idea of heading to London next week to see a few friends and the Kuniyoshi exhibition is definitely swaying me.
Google Earth now has ultra-high resolution versions (as in 14,000 million pixels) of 14 of the masterpieces from the Museo del Prado in Spain, including one of my all-time favourite works of art – Bosch’s Garden of Earthly Delights (where by all-time favourite I mean I love it though it also freaks the hell out of me).
They’ve also got a self-portrait of one of my heroes, Albrecht Dürer.
I have to admit I quickly lost interest with Google Earth when I first installed it but if they start getting more content like this then I think it could be a bit of a winner.
Talking of Google this is also quite cool:
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A day late (I blame Wednesday Club) but still awesome – a Flash movie where you can create your own Jackson Pollock.