UK illustrator Ralph Steadman, famous for creating illustrations of Alice in Wonderland, takes a new beastly spin on one of the most controversial books ever published: George Orwell’s Animal Farm
Students of MIT’s Tangible Media Group have created the inForm, a Tangible User Interface aimed at changing the way we interact with digital information.
Osaka-based design firm, Graf, has designed a new solar flashlight for the Moma Store. The Sphelar is powered by spherical solar cells that can provide up to four hours of LED light.
It used to be that design was best left to the design professionals. Now you can redesign any space by using a digital sketchpad called Morpholio Board 2.0 on your tablet or phone.
Using a combination of real-time face tracking and projection mapping, Asai has created this intriguing electronic makeup that alters this model’s face. The model’s face is scanned and the contours are mapped and then the graphics are projected and manipulated in real time to showcase an incredible digital art feat.
Student artist Philip Adrian created a catalogue of all 5,222 sent during a second into a 4,500 page 4-volume collection of books called #onesecond
Clever archictects make use of their locations to turn small spaces and converted Bunkers Become Beautiful Unexpected Homes.
With just a small sample of DNA, you can come face-to-face with a computer-generated, 3D-printed mask of your visage and you can thank 30-year-old Heather Dewey-Hagborg, a PhD student in electronic arts, for this weird, but interesting breakthrough in printing.
With 3D printing becoming readily available to the masses and it becoming convenient to print multiple items with a quick turnaround, it was only a matter of time before the design world began to utilize it for stop animation shorts. And that’s exactly what creative design firm DBLG did.