UZH Live Moblogging QR Code
feiert heute ihr 175jähriges Bestehen im Schiffbau. Hier die Live-Photos vom Fest
Oder direkt via Mobile anschauen. Hier der QR Code:
Die Bilder werden vornehmlich via MMS gepostet. Für Sony Ericsson und Nokia Java Geräte empfehlen ich aber unbedingt den Kaywa Uploader
※ Kaywa Photo ist immer noch in early beta.
Yookai by Sawaki Suushi (via Pinktentacle)
Edo-period monster paintings by Sawaki Suushi
In the sophisticated popular culture of the Edo period (1603-1868), much attention was devoted to Japan’s rich pantheon of traditional monsters and apparitions, known as youkai. Sometimes frightening, sometimes humorous, these compelling Japanese folk creatures were the subject of numerous artistic and literary works. One such work was Hyakkai Zukkan, a collection of picture scrolls completed in 1737 by Sawaki Suushi, a relatively unknown artist who studied under master painter Hanabusa Itchou (1702-1772). Hyakkai Zukkan’s colorful depictions of Japan’s most notorious creatures inspired (and were copied by) youkai artists for generations.
Non Non Ba (のんのんばあとオレ) by Mizuki Shigeru
A Take-Away Show - Sophie Hunger Video via QR Code
Now it's really a "Concert à emporter" (A Take-Away Show): Sophie Hunger's The Sad Fisherman by Kidam (Paris 2006) via YouTube Mobile and QR Code:
Works great for the sound on my N95 over Wifi. However if the camera movements are too brusque, the image suffers a bit.