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Exciting Links for Boring Days

Exciting Links for Boring Days
As you know, when iRobot isn't hard at work developing some adorable automated vacuum cleaners, it has a quite lucrative sideline in DARPA-funded research projects. On that front, it looks like we finally have some results to report back on that ChemBot project that first appeared on our radar early last year. Unveiled at the International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS) yesterday, this palm-sized troublemaker is being billed as "the first demonstration of a completely soft, mobile robot using jamming as an enabling technology." The "jamming" in question is something called "jamming skin enabled locomotion," which traps air and a collection of loosely packed particles in a package made of silicon rubber. iRobot shape-shifting ChemBot is back, and it's bad (video) -- E iRobot shape-shifting ChemBot is back, and it's bad (video) -- E
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< leandro * _ * castelao > < leandro * _ * castelao > In June - this year - I’ve moved to New York (YAY!) Since then I feel my website needs a break. Style-wise I’m feeling inspired by the city, the context and what happens when you are far away from your hometown. Work-wise the same. New projects and new talented people to work & have fun with!!!
The Hamilton Wood Type Catalog #14 is 125 pages of both classic and surprisingly iconic fonts, figures, icons and imagery. It’s so full of great inspiration and I plan on spending my evening flipping through the 90+ pages I didn’t make it through this morning. I used to run into a lot of problems finding good inspiration for vintage type and type treatments while in school and usually found a few labels, but nothing like this. If only I had ffffound this earlier! The Donut Project » Hamilton Wood Type Catalog #14 The Donut Project » Hamilton Wood Type Catalog #14
100 Illustrated Horror Film Posters: Part 1 For some, Halloween means costume parties and drunken debauchery. That’s never really been my style. Personally, I like to spend my Halloween evenings eating candy and watching scary movies. Yeah, I’m a nerd – I know. This Halloween season has had me reminiscing of the brilliant horror and sci-fi movie posters of years past. Particularly, I am a fan of the illustrated posters that used to be the staple of nearly every science fiction and horror film released. 100 Illustrated Horror Film Posters: Part 1
Although 2008 was a very good year for sans-serifs, there was also an impressive crop of serif fonts. Strikingly original, Marat by Ludwig Übele was the most remarkable of them all: sturdy, compact, and very legible. Its superior quality and unique appearance met with great response from MyFonts’ customers, making it 2008’s best selling serif text font of the year. Although it works beautifully at small text sizes, its bold weights are full of character and can double as attention-grabbing headline faces. Besides the professionally equipped Marat Pro, there’s Marat Std, a more affordable basic version. Top 10 fonts of 2008 Top 10 fonts of 2008
but does it float

but does it float

Typography, design and illustration by SasakiShun Title: @aqqdesign Folkert Photographs by Sarah Schönfeld

CREAKTIF !

Our last flash portfolio. We wanted to make something immersive, like diving in our minds, which presents our projects through a very personal universe: a whole world was imagined and realized in 3D.Mixing social media, hardcore 3D flash, interaction between people and our works. We end up creating a weird universe, made of tiny characters, drawing ink lines on a white landscape, fetching goodies, meeting people and browsing our work.The ergonomics of the website proposes two ways of navigation to reach the content: an experience rather turned to the gaming, with the discovery of the universe thanks to the keyboard or a mobile remote, or in a more classic way with the mouse. CREAKTIF !
Ultimate Flash Face v0.42b

Ultimate Flash Face v0.42b

Have you ever wanted to be a police sketch artist? Well, now you can use the flashface app and create sketches of criminals or yourself and your friends. It provides a large number ofeach facial components including eyes, nose, mouth, hair, head, eyebrows, glasses, mustache, jaw and beard.
Glenn is an amazing freelance graphic designer from Auckland, New Zealand. He started his career by designing corporate identities and designs for packaging. Soon after he got pulled into designing t-shirts on Threadless and that changed his focus. He started his own tees website store.glennz.com. Glenn Jones / Glennz | Only Creative Glenn Jones / Glennz | Only Creative
The Select Series - A tee shirt by Jean Jullien titled Monsters
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Computer Arts is the magazine for people who believe design matters, and has been inspiring and informing graphic designers and illustrators since 1995. With both a deluxe print edition and a fully-interactive, bespoke iPad edition, Computer Arts brings you behind-the-scenes access to cutting-edge design projects, in-depth analysis and incisive opinions from the design world's thought leaders, plus the very best new work from the global design community. Whether it's a shift in creative thinking or a change to the business of design, you can rely on Computer Arts to bring you detailed analysis of the pivotal events.
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