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.
…oh, hang on. Perfect. Thanks It Ran. Read all (less?) about it here It Ran
…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 […]
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 […]
Short-circuiting all the usual monologues about the roles brands play in our lives, this installation in the Midlands, UK, takes a sideways look at how we shop: In the shop, some 500 items have been repackaged with new branding developed in workshops with members of the local community: schoolchildren, mental health service users, people with […]
Spotted on designboom, this Shigeru Ban proposal that integrates a concert venue with food hall as its Réinventer Paris proposal. Fairly sings at night, with some grace, as proposed in the competition entry’s renders: Not much more that needs saying, other than what a really neat spectacle.
If you’ve not stumbled across The Money Project you should take a look. In its’ own words they aim ‘to use intuitive visualizations to explore ideas around the very concept of money itself.” I found them via an article in Fast Co called ‘All The Money In The World, In A Single Chart’. Here’s the […]
When we talk about performance in business these days, you can be fairly sure that involves a workshop or, if you’re lucky, a team-building event involving something competitive and outdoors. In the US in the golden days of the Corporation, it was all a bit more serious than that. Or less serious, perhaps? Stumbled on […]
Is the ability to design a innate characteristic or does it have to be learned? I was reading an article by Risto Lähdesmäki, where in tracking trends on UX for the coming year, he centred in on design as a core skill. No surprises there, you’d hope as much. But this trait isn’t only for […]