Ana Serrano’s handmade installation celebrates the real-life handcrafted urbanism of working class neighborhoods.
There isn’t a whole lot to say about this video, Macro Kingdom III, by video director Clemens Wirth. But it’s mesmerizing nonetheless: To pull it off, Wirth toyed around with liquid nitrogen, dry ice, and various objects and liquids that he preceded to freeze and shatter:
But just as interesting is the actual sound: Each of the little vignettes that was crafted was also recorded by Radium Audio, thus forming the video soundtrack’s bedrock of spooky crackling and groaning expansion.
Meet the only Flatmate you’ll ever be able to stand.
Bård Edlund shares with us a nifty little experiment in showing the rolling periods of wakefulness around the world.
CFLs and LEDs are only half measures. Here’s an idea for getting off the grid.
What’s better than a 9-9-9 flat tax? A 999 water bottle that turns doing-good into data that can be visualized on a smartphone app.
We are the 99%! (Of graphic designers.)
Recently, we argued for for a 1P (for Product), not 4P, approach to marketing. It’s stirred a lively online debate, with lots of insightful and constructive feedback and criticism and food for thought.