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ABOUT 'HERE TO THERE': "Jungle" and "City" are the first two in a series of experimental posters for children that combine science, nature, algorithm and design, to feed children's imagination and curiosity. Here To There combines programmatically created elements with illustration and character design to tell a multi-layered story that feeds both hemispheres of the brain. The posters explore concepts of algorithm, permutation, cause and effect, and topology (to name a few) and these elements become the building blocks for the different worlds and the stories being told. To read more about the project, please visit the project page . ABOUT THE FIRST EDITION PRINTS: Available for the first time ever! - a limited run of 250.
Here to There [oF] - "programmed illustrations" by @theowatson + Emily Gobeille aka @design-io / + WIN ONE!Here to There [openFrameworks] Inspired by the childhood memories of artworks on their bedroom walls, Here to There is a project by Emily Gobeille & Theo Watson ( Design I/O ) created two years ago, now available as a limited run of prints. For the project, the duo developed a suite of software tools using openFrameworks to programmatically build elements based around concepts like algorithm, permutation, cause and effect, and topology to name a few. More than 25 mini openFrameworks applications were created that would output graphics as postscript.
UPDATE: $2000 goal reached! If we raise $3000 I'll release a SIXTH poster design. If we raise $4000 I'll release a new design and give it to you for FREE! Check out the details in the updates: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/fringefocus/fringe-focus-poster-prints/posts/55464
Intricate papercraft designs are mindblowing enough . But what happens when you add elements of film, puppet theater, pop-up books, and interactive light projection? "The Ice Book," a spellbinding traveling show by Davy and Kristin McGuire. Which sounds hard to grasp, but watch the video: The husband-and-wife team says they "always had the dream of creating a theatre performance that opened up like a pop-up book." They actually wanted to produce a life-sized version; The Ice Book was created as a smaller-scale "demonstration model" to lure funding, but then turned into a sensation all on its own.