Stumbled on the work of Daniel Barreto and his stop-motion film Ignite, “an experimental short film animation that was made with hundreds of long exposure photographs, just as a timelapse or stopmotion.” Watch it here, it’s really neat.
In the mid-90’s, the established travel operator business was in turmoil, faced with increasingly challenging market conditions. While there was still much to be said for the comfort in leaving all the arrangements to the operator – and paying accordingly, either at a premium or at discount, depending on your taste for the familiar or […]
…oh, hang on. Perfect. Thanks It Ran. Read all (less?) about it here It Ran
Another ‘man bites dog’ example of when the world of online retailing ‘discovers’ that we like to try things out before we buy them (you know, like in shops?) got me thinking about what car showrooms – who’s pivotal role for their customers of having the product to try, is a pretty unbeatable advantage – still […]
I know. Sounds like predictive text wrote the headline, but this is the work of Japanese illustrator / animator Yoyo the Ricecorpse. It’s really neat, in a rather odd way.
I was snagged by an interesting report yesterday by gforces.co.uk, that while a year old, bought some considerable clarity to the argument for the real role of a car dealership for customers. I make the distinction (for customers specifically) recognising the other pressing operational issues that represent running a sales, service and distribution centre… Many […]
…with apologies to Maurice Sendak. Stumbled across this gallery of arresting images by artist and photographer Peter Lippmann. Utterly wonderful.
It’s great fun to speculate on the future of this or that, and let’s face it, no-one ever got famous (or in the case of those usually engaged in the daily grind of business, tried to generate sales) saying thing’s would broadly stay the same. So here’s a prediction about what the future holds for […]
…would you? Or do you use what your device shipped with? Or, do you never even think about it (because, frankly, of all the things I need to worry about today… well). However, like all the things we surround ourselves with to project who we believe we are, “it turns out the browser you use […]
I’ve become accustomed to see the world represented artificially, especially in architecture, through the medium of super-high-definition rendering engines. Artist’s impressions used to imply a degree of artistry more associated with the water-colour box than the screen palette, and the result is a strange sense of reality – where the future seems strangely more real […]