Category — Design
Italian graffiti artist, CT takes wildstyle to a different level with his vector approach to wall graphics.
October 5, 2010 No Comments 2,528 views
Students at HAWK Hildesheim put together this excellent stop motion piece depicting colours. Stop motion takes plenty of time and prep to put together, but I hate to think what they would do if they made a mistake with the paint.
August 24, 2010 No Comments 1,317 views
A few weeks off topic, but I still got Iron Man 2 gadgets on the brain. The film shows a glimpse of the future when it comes to how we interact with data and Engadget posted a few clips from the film with said vision.
June 8, 2010 No Comments 3,068 views
Wow – I’m loving these retro-style poster designs for Big Trouble in Little China and Blade Runner. They’re from The Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in Austin.
September 7, 2009 1 Comment 7,819 views
The Walls Notebook has been created for aspiring writers to sketch up their pieces before lacing a real wall. Its packed with 80 virgin walls of differing kinds. Get it and hone your style.
June 22, 2009 No Comments 2,462 views
The Smart Grid integrates 21st century technology with the 20th century power grid. So GE can help you manage energy more efficiently than ever before.
Be sure to check this Flash website out. It looks great, works smoothly, and has lots of nice details and touches. Maybe you’ll be encouraged to do more for the environment also.
February 14, 2009 No Comments 6,122 views
Australian artist/designer Dan McPharlin creates these amazing miniature retro synthesizer models entirely of paper and cardboard.
His pieces feature intricate replica detailing down to the switches, knobs and even wires.
January 28, 2009 No Comments 17,816 views
Designer Francesco Sommacal has recently been awarded the Red Dot: luminary design award for his sports equipment that replicates the sensation of snowboarding, surfing and skateboarding.
The 360 consists of two wheels connected by a flexible shaft. The user puts their feet inside the wheels and controls the direction of travel using body movements, as with board sports. The distance between wheels and slant can be adjusted to fit.
January 27, 2009 No Comments 5,300 views
Neil MacCormack is a freelance 3D artist who has an imaginative selection of work on his site BearFootFilms.
January 4, 2009 No Comments 2,932 views
As if I can’t get enough living in London, I still find it interesting to see these London shop fronts. Its the retro ones that are cool, though they’re slowly vanishing.
January 3, 2009 No Comments 3,264 views