For Paul Rand’s posthumous induction into The One Club Hall of Fame, Imaginary Forces created this short film. via carbonmade: For Paul Rand’s posthumous induction into The One Club Hall of Fame, Imaginary Forces created this short film, combining original animation with a videotaped interview of Rand himself, that encapsulated his unique and timeless contribution to the design community.
Whitechapel - ULTIMATE NERD REMAKE/REMODEL: The... →
No images yet as the challenge is only 45mins old. This should be interesting. go forth and contribute art!
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Photoshop Has (Almost) Nothing To Do With Graphic... →
Stuff your eyes with wonder, live as if you’d drop dead in ten seconds. See the...– Ray Bradbury (via kari-shma)
With all of the information surrounding us, it’s easy to undervalue experience....– via ahouseoflies
How to Disable Facebook Places →
3stripedsocks: wilwheaton: Facebook now has “places” - it “checks you in” when you go somewhere. This means home too. It goes out and grabs the location from Google Maps. It is turned on by default, and Facebook isn’t making an effort to let its users know about this when they login. It’s up to you, but I really recommend you disable it. The last thing anyone needs is for people to know where...
Fringe Elements: Videogames and Lack of Control →
Just from my perspective, when I was younger and in high school I would play videogames a lot more than I do now. I never really gave it much thought that I stopped playing video games as much once I moved out, I just assumed it had something to do with “growing up”… but what does that mean?… It depends on what kind of genre the game is. Action oriented or Intellectually stimulating? I...
Nanotech tea bag creates safe drinking water... →
3stripedsocks: itsjanna: Hooray, science! :)
Drawing up an entry for this weeks' 'love crime... →
You know what I really love? The CD players in a car. How when you put the CD...– Tom Waits (via sketchyjoe) (via tailswallower, nedison)
Video interview with Dave McKean. About ‘Squink’, the effects of drawing on memory and works to be published. Via Point g magazine (via Dailymotion - Dave McKean - video: Art and Creating)