Archive for the 'Design' Category

Image: Small talk with a web designer

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Great visualization of a cliche that unfortunately is too often true…

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Software: World Clock Screen-Saver

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The World Clock by Simon Heys is an interesting screen-saver for Mac OS X, Windows PCs and the Apple iPhone. Very interesting typography and eye friendly dark background…

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Video: Roadmovie

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An outstanding stop motion movie of the making of a live cardboard rock concert.

Photography and animation by Rogier Wieland…

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Gadgets: Glennz Evolution T-Shirt

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If you’re looking for a great new Tee for yourself (or for your kids) have a look at Glennz Evolution T-Shirt. One of the best Tees we’ve seen for quite some time.

About USD 20…

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DIY: More Papercrafts

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If you enjoyed the “Readymech paper crafts” particularly those from “Fwis” (our favorite designs) have a look at “Cubecraft” that is home to loads of fantastic paper craft templates for free download…

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Art: The Image Fulgurator

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The Austrian Prix Ars Electronica organized since 1987 has itself long established as an indicator for trends in contemporary media art. Participation by internationally renowned artists from over 70 countries and almost 38,000 entries since it was first awarded demonstrate its high visibility as an interdisciplinary platform for computer artists around the world to showcase their work and projects in art, technology and society.

This year more than 4000 artist from 62 countries participated with their projects. The winners were announced last week and German Artist Julius von Bismark with his project “The Image Fulgurator” won one of the five “Golden Nicas” this year for his submission in the category Interactive Art.

Julius von Bismark describes The Image Fulgurator as a device to physically manipulate photography. The intervention happens while the image is taken and almost imperceptible by the photographer. Only when reviewing…

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