Icelandic State Architect Guðjón Samúelsson's design of the Hallgrímskirkja is said to have resembled the basalt lava flows of Iceland's landscape.
Hallgrímskirkja Pipe Organ on a
A composite of the Pipe Organ of Hallgrímskirkja (church of Hallgrímur) in Reykjavik on an extinct Volcano.
Skógafoss Waterfall in
A composite of the Pipe Organ and Hallgrímskirkja (church of Hallgrímur) in Reykjavik and Skógafoss waterfall in the south of Iceland at the cliffs of the former coastline.
A composite of a 360VR of the Dome Reading Room at the State Library of Victoria, taken by Brian Richards, and a mashup of 'ULTRA VIBRANDT' projections by Judy Brandt, Visual Artist and Designer from Melbourne.
A composite, one inside a Subaru Forester in NJ and the second is of Dingwall Harbour, Cape Breton Island. Inspired by the Firesign Theatre's comedy classic ~ 'How can you be in two places at once when your not anywhere at all?'.