Archive for the ‘Visual Inspiration’ Category

nobody beats the drum

Wednesday, March 24th, 2010

fantastic if it wasn’t stop motion video

incredible that it is

heartbreaking making of

Dance Dance

Monday, March 8th, 2010

Box Animation

Monday, March 8th, 2010

It’s amazing!!!


Monday, March 8th, 2010

Chicago’s Sonnenzimmer is a collaboration between Nick Butcher and Nadine Nakanishi. Part print shop, part art studio, part design firm, Sonnenzimmer approaches every job with a steady and and a unique eye. Their unusual style–a mix between handmade color play and the less-is-more aesthetic of Swiss modernism–has built a small but dedicated following to the studio. In this Shoestring portrait, Nick and Nadine talk about the the power of collaboration, the struggle to break even, and the importance of independence.

OK Go – This too shall pass

Monday, March 8th, 2010
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This music video is super! So lovely to see all funny mechanism and plans! I can imagine how happy they must have been when it ended. :)


Tuesday, January 26th, 2010
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big inspiration for the next project!


Monday, January 18th, 2010

Beautiful projection mapping work

Central St Martins Graphic Design show 2009

Thursday, January 14th, 2010

by Bernardo Dominguez

This project illustrates a short story by David Eagleman, from his book ‘Sum’. In it he suggests that in the afterlife we would relive our lives but all activities would be done at once; eg, a two-hundred day shower, and so on. The cut-out squares in the pages represent the amount of time dedicated to each activity by area (where 1 minute is equal to 0.05mm2), so that when seen together one could get a sense of proportion of time spent. The squares are ‘empty’ in order to represent the intangible nature of time.

Mariokart Neo
by Gemmy LiThomas Yau
We found Chinese children/teenagers indulge in gaming console, such as Nintedo DS. We wanted to send a message to the them that outdoor activities are fun as well. Therefore, we decided to bring Mariokart into real life and they can experience it.

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Tick Tock
by Louise Moe-Dean
This project is based on the concept of time. I used different exposure times on a SLR camera to represent how much time I spend on something compared to something else. I made the words by piercing holes in sheets of card then shinning bright light through them- no photoshop was used! The longer I spend on something, the longer i exposed the word for and the brighter it is. I photographed 7 pairs of words (for 7 days of the week) and presented them in a large book.

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Chrome Features

Wednesday, January 13th, 2010
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Globo Logos

Monday, January 4th, 2010