Posts tagged ‘art’

This Exquisite Forest

This Exquisite Forest is an web-based collaborative art project that lets users create short animations that build off one another by following a few minimal guidelines. The result is a collection of branching narratives resembling trees. Visitors can not only watch the animations, but also contribute to the project, which will eventually be installed… Continue reading…

Brandt Ronat has Out-of-the-Box Ideas

“As one of our first clients, Brandt Ronat has been a consistent source of creative projects and ‘out of the box’ solutions to projects we rarely see in most of our customers today. Their vision in producing outstanding design is creatively excellent, their output files always easy to work with and technically correct. Brandt Ronat… Continue reading…

Tree of Codes

Tree of Codes is a work of liberature (no, that’s not a typo. Click the link to learn more.) by Jonathan Safran Foer. Requiring a unique die-cut for each page, the book discovers a new three-dimensional story by subtracting from Bruno Schulz’s The Street of Crocodiles. Check out these videos for an… Continue reading…

Found Love

Guerrilla Sunshine-Spreading The ‘I Love You’ Project On a most recent jaunt at www.trendhunter.com, i found some love…. “Feeling in need of some love and kindness? Write “I Love You” on a piece of paper and make as many rip and tear bits at the bottom as you can fit onto the page. Then… Continue reading…

Comics that Communicate

DO PICTURES REALLY COMMUNICATE BETTER? For hundreds of new Chrome users, the answer is a resounding ‘yes’. Google released its new web browser ‘Chrome’ last week, complete with a comic book to illustrate the launch. http://www.google.com/googlebooks/chrome/index.html Being married to an engineer, I have a special soft spot in my heart for the more technically… Continue reading…

Your memories are more colorful than you know

“…HUMANS ARE SO GOOD AT VISUALIZING THE WORLD WE LIVE IN….WE NEVER REALLY SEE WHAT’S THERE.” Say Whaaaaaaaaaat??!!!?? ….. Is that some kind of ‘can’t see the forest for the trees?’ metaphor? Actually, no. During my recent and on-going research, while learning more about color behavioral affects on humans as well as the technical aspects… Continue reading…

A Giant, a Fairey and Obama walk into a bar…

ACCORDING TO A POST ON WWW.DESIGNOBSERVER.COM, BARACK OBAMA DID NOT ORIGINALLY LIKE HIS LOGO—a sun rising over a field in the shape of an O, symbolizing hope and opportunity—because he thought it looked too polished and corporate. Not to worry, Obama, there is an underground Fairey spreading HOPE and keeping things real. The Giant… Continue reading…

 
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