Seascapes by Antti Viitala

"Seascapes" is an extensive study of the ocean as the tides move in and out and waves crash against the shore. Created by Helsinki-based photographer Antti Viitala, every composition follows the same structure where overcast skies and deep blue water blend together at a straight horizon line, which cuts directly across the center. Antti-Viitala91

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Unstable Matter kinetic installation by Tommi Grönlund and Petteri Nisunen

"Unstable Matter is kinetic sculpture by Finnish artists Tommi Grönlund and Petteri Nisunen, a.k.a. Grönlund-Nisunen. The moving table contains thousands of small ball bearings that move and crash within the confines of a giant wobbly table, sort of a modern take on a rain stick." via Colossal The table is part of several kinetic and magnetized works by the duo that were recently on view at Esther Schipper in Berlin.

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Light Paintings by Janne Parviainen

"Photographer Janne Parviainen has been experimenting with a fun form of photographic light painting that resembles 3D topographical maps. Exposure times can take over 30 minutes as he carefully moves through the room with a light “tracing” every surface and object." via Colossal

View more on Janne's 500px account

We Are Nature by Christoffer Relander

Photographer Christoffer Relander just finished a new series of double exposure photograps called ‘We Are Nature’. Christoffer is graphic designer and self-taught photographer from Finland, Raseborg.

View full series on artist's website http://www.christofferrelander.com/projects/we-are-nature/

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Nokia GEM concept phone

We like crazy concepts especially when it comes to Nokia Concept Lab.

Nokia GEM which revolutionizes mobile design by turning the entire handset into a touchscreen.

The GEM device changes appearance from camera to phone or map according to the function selected by the user. It could even display advertising messages on the back of the phone.

The back and front are also interactive, making it possible to pinch and zoom the rear of the phone while getting a constant clear view of the image on the front.

Read more on Nokia.com