Making Future Magic is definitely what we call a beautiful merging of art and technology…created by Dentsu London, they “use photographic and animation techniques that were developed to draw moving 3-dimensional typography and objects with an iPad. Multiple exposures with slightly different movies make up the stop-frame animation.” Super creative and interesting…Read more at the Dentsu London blog HERE! and at the BERG blog HERE!Making Future Magic: iPad light painting from Dentsu London on Vimeo.
I discovered the BINPAN a while ago and since both Jim and I share a love for simple, functional and well-designed products, especially the ones that make our daily lives just a bit easier, I simply had to share…BINPAN is a dustbin when it stands up, and a dustpan when it lies down; a very convenient hybrid for office and domestic environments. Created by the design and architecture studio Kawamura-ganjavian, which was established in 2000 by Key Portilla-Kawamura and Ali Ganjavian…they are located in Madrid…click here to find out more about them and to see more of their work!
Dentsu London has created this amazing video for Canon’s PIXMA colour printer range…This project features “surreal ‘sound sculptures’ made of dancing droplets of paint captured in extreme detail as they react to sound waves” and was created in collaboration with biochemist/photographer, Linden Gledhill…Watch the “making-of-video” and the final result below…find out more about Dentsu London here!
…Rejection never felt this good….We LOVE the idea of Project Never….It is a free awards competition created by graphic designers for graphic designers. According to them, “Thousands of effective designs die each day – often for good reason. At the same time, successful designers and agencies generate many worthy ideas for each project or campaign, only one of which gets chosen for wider audiences. Project Never honors the most creative design concept that never reached production.” Please find out more about them by visiting their site here!
Imprint, which is a wonderful online community for graphic designers, recently posted an awesome short history of the color wheel, moving from Johann Wolfgang von Goethe’s Theory of Colours to Richard Waller’s “Table of Physiological Colors Both Mixt and Simple” and Moses Harris’ 1766 model from the Natural Systems of Colors…most fascinating are the beautiful images showing the evolution of the color wheel…head on over to Imprint to read the whole story, here!