First-off, happy New Year of the Rooster to our readers. Secondly, how about we kick-off the first post for 2017 with an idea spotted on designboom of the Masters Thesis of Eric Wong – entitled ‘Cohesion’ – calling for a new idea of what it means to be united (as opposed to what could be a […]
From the animation folio of Ignas Meilunas and spotted on the always inspiring http://www.thisiscolossal.com, a charming short about the how the night really works (possibly. Not). “A zero budget short story i was asked to do by “Nuits en Or 2016” festival. Done in 21 day in Summer 2016. Shot in Vilnius, Lithuania.”
With the news that the original set of emoji’s are now honoured at the MoMA, the explosion of a new language of characters (beyond our humble 26 plus numbers and diacritics in English) to express what were thinking can seem a little, well, flat, sometimes. But no longer, thanks to Rejoinders, by Molly Young which […]
Zelf Koelman is busy inventing the future of material interactions, or as he captures it, a place “Where digital meets nature”. What does that mean? A series of rolling experiments where art meets tech meets material science meets interaction. The result, in this instance, is called Ferrolic – which I guess is a compound of […]
On first glance, I thought this was a comp from a pitch-deck by an ad agency or media co. …but no, it would appear that we have a new new-media opportunity, courtesy of the Ubernauts, using drones to fly messages to drivers; in this case, asking them why they’re stuck in a jam and not […]
Maybe not, but what a thing… check out the video! Richard Clarkson has created a small remote-controlled cloud for the home that plays music and flashes while hovering a few centimetres from the ground. It’s apparently made from “white polyester fibres, the cloud and its base are embedded with magnetic components that allow it to […]
Stumbled on this, really neat and rather useful interpretation and presentation – take a look through and tell me how you feel… The Ekmans’ Atlas of Emotions
An installation at Schule von Freiburg, titled ‘Installationsansicht 2’, uses gels that appear to flood the floors at this exhibition, transforming the spaces into a series rather wonderful water colours (reminding me a little of Paul Klee): 1930 X.7. Ruhendes- Paul Klee The use of the reflective materials seem to create dissolves between rooms, making […]
Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s latest installation, a shimmering yellow fabric installed on Italy’s Lake Iseo, is just magical. The pictures (Filippo Venezia/AP) are spectacular, almost as if a golden digital map has been overlain onto Google Earth. Spotted in The Guardian.
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.