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August 22, 2013 Artist’s Work Paints a Beautiful Picture Animations Tyrus Wong, a 102-year-old artist’s work influenced the visual direction of Bambi in 1941. An exhibition at the Walt Disney Family Museum in San Francisco will be held to celebrate Wong’s work. According to the Disney Museum site, the drawings felt different from what is commonly known for Disney animation and this is what caught Walt Disney’s eye. Copyright Davison 2013 Sources: August 20, 2013 Hope “Floats” for those with Carpal Tunnel Product Innovation This levitating wireless computer mouse was invented by Vadim Kibardin of Kibardin Design, in order to help prevent and treat the contemporary disease, carpal tunnel syndrome. The levitating mouse consists of a mouse pad base and a floating mouse with a magnet ring. Source: August 15, 2013 Making Handmade Art, Literally Alex Solis, a talented artist from Chicago, had an idea to incorporate his hands into his imaginative illustrations. Pin It August 13, 2013 Redefining the Golden Arches

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dentsu: paint sound sculptures oct 06, 2010 dentsu: paint sound sculptures the creative studio dentsu, teamed up with photographer linden gledhill to create this series of paint sculptures using sound vibrations. the series was part of a campaign for canon’s pixma ink printer brand. the photographs and videos begin by wrapping a membrane around a small speaker. ink drops were placed on this membrane and the speaker was turned on. once it began to vibrate the ink begins to jump up and down. high-speed video cameras and still cameras were used to capture this including circling around the sculptures to see them from all angles. experimenting with different sounds and frequencies created the various pieces. 30 Bizarre and Creative Packaging Design Examples Inspiration November 1, 2010 One of the things that identifies the image of a product is its packaging. Few elements like striking graphics, attractive colors, and unusual shapes are carefully thought of to come up with packaging design that catches the attention of the consumers. A packaging design is a critical component in marketing because it is the packaging that makes it stand from the rest when consumers choose a product from the shelf.

SUBNORMALITY! All content copyright Winston Rowntree, 2015. Museum previously seen here and then here. Quipsologies • Quipsologies, is a division of UnderConsideration, chronicling the most curious, creative, and notable projects, stories, and events of the graphic design industry on a daily basis. • Quipsologies uses TypeKit to render P22 Underground, Skolar Web by TypeTogether, and Coquette by Mark Simonson. • Quipsologies is run with Six Apart’s MovableType 6.3.2 • Syndicate / RSS Feed • All comments, ideas and thoughts on Quipsologies are property of their authors; reproduction without the author’s or Quipsologies’s permission is strictly prohibited • Contact us by e-mail Daily Dream Decor: Guesthouse in Amsterdam If you are planning to visit Amsterdam and don't know where to stay, try Maison Rika, the stylish guesthouse of stylist-turned-designer Ulrika Lundgren. The three room guesthouse is located right above the Rika store in the center of Amsterdam. Love the sophisticated effect of the black floors, and the whole black & white design + the color pops.

MIT Creates Amazing UI From Levitating Orbs Anyone else see The Avengers? Just like in Iron Man 1 and 2, Tony Stark has the coolest interactive 3-D displays. He can pull a digital wire frame out of a set of blueprints or wrap an exoskeleton around his arm. Those moments aren’t just sci-fi fun; they’re full of visionary ideas to explore and manipulate objects in 3-D space. Except for one thing: How would Stark feel all of these objects to move them around?

One design is enough « eewei.com “If you go see a doctor with a headache, he gives you an aspirin” Paul Rand, 1991 UPS logo Just like a doctor, a designer only needs to give the client ONE SOLUTION to a problem. There is no real point showing two, three or a hundred options apart from what I call the “reassurance fallacy”, where a client feels better being able to select the best ‘one’ out of a selection.A designer is a problem solver. We work through many ideas before we land on the best solution. The client does not need to see this but because there is no trust (especially in new relationships), most client’s need to see proof of all the hard work to justify what they will be paying for.

Eight Hour Day » Blog Season 7 of Mad Men kicks off for the final time this Sunday. So sad to see it go, but excited to see how it ends. We made one final wallpaper to mark the occasion. ZsaZsa Bellagio PARTY DETAILS as told by Jessica. . . . “The most important part of every party or shower is the food. Well, aside from the party decor and invitations, of course! How Do You Create A Culture Of Innovation? This is the third part in a series by Scott Anthony, author of The Little Black Book Of Innovation. It sounds so seductive: a “culture of innovation.” The three words immediately conjure up images of innovation savants like 3M, Pixar, Apple, and Google--the sorts of places where innovation isn’t an unnatural act, but part of the very fabric of a company.

Franz Ackermann Franz Ackermann makes exuberant paintings and installations centred on themes of travel, tourism, globalisation and urbanism. 'Mental Maps', his first major series, were produced during a stay in Hong Kong. Combining the factual precision of traditional street maps with his own interpretation of the local environment, these small watercolours documented the artist’s perception of the great cities of Asia, South America and Australia. Ackermann has since created large-scale dynamic installations that are built up from individual components comprising paintings, drawings, photographs, wall drawings and sculptural, billboard-like constructions. His work frequently deals with the double side of tourism – the glamour, speed and consumption of international travel but also the detritus, architectural scarring and garbage that it leaves behind, and his installations often take on the appearance of strange advertisements for a global tourism industry run amok.

The Art of Negative Space. on the Behance Network Sign Up Log In The Art of Negative Space. Project Featured On: Elizabeth Anne Designs: The Wedding Blog - Wedding Ideas and Inspiration No words can express our love for the beauty that unfolds on our favorite blogs each and every day and this week the wedding world was blooming with a limitless amount of prettiness. We are so thankful that we get to close out every Friday with a small amount of lovely from the week. Have a beautiful weekend! {Image by Lisa Lefkowitz via Snippet & Ink}

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