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Ever wondered how your iPhone/Camera works? How the best cuppa/coffee is made? Or the mechanism of a pendulum clock, a toaster etc. Jing Zhang made some infographics explaining how things are made.
Reality could look nice with just a bit of creativity. Here is Johan Thörnqvist interpretation.
Directed and animated by Laura Sicouri & Kadavre Exquis. Music & Sound design by Kadavre Exquis. Via
Felice Varini is famous for his large scale geometric stencils. The stencils create forms that can be seen from only a specific viewpoint.
An ongoing series started in 2006 by artist/photographer Chris Jordan. Cans Seurat, 2007 60×92″ Depicts 106,000 aluminum cans, the number used in the US every thirty seconds. Plastic Bottles, 2007 … Continue reading
A time infographic website that will make you feel really really young. Start exploring from Today. by White Vinyl Design
If by the time you’ve seen the picture you have shouted with joy and you are bursting nostalgia from every pore, then you should click this link. All of the … Continue reading
You probably won’t need to check the position of Jupiter in year 1023 any time soon, but with this beautiful interactive diagram now you can. There’s a lot more.
We know you always wanted to see a 60 second stickman russian version of Back to the future. Didn’t you?
A naked dancer and a slow exposure. A masterpiece series by Shinichi Maruyama. His Shinichi‘s website is a collection of outstanding pictures, really worth a visit.
Zoom from the edge of the universe to the quantum foam of spacetime and learn the scale of things along the way! This is an amazing work by Cary Huang. … Continue reading
Bisous les copains, litterally “Kisses The Buddies”, are lovely animated gif experiments by Guillaume Kurkdjian Every week you’ll find on bisouslescopains, one animated gif, probably a funny loop. Thnx Marie
Ever wondered who Spiderman belongs to? Or did you know that is not the Queen that decides about Bond’s next movie? This is a quick guide to the ownership of … Continue reading
“I’ve learned that there is no greater design element than the anachronism. I’ve learned that the strongest contrast isn’t spatial or tonal but historical. I’ve learned that there’s retro, and … Continue reading
Give a twist to your next coffee break! First person Tetris will change your point of view about the game…literally. The credits for this go to David Kraftsow, definitely an Internet Genius. … Continue reading
The Zen Of Steve Jobs is a graphic novel produced by Forbes and data visualization studio JESS3 This video is a behind the scenes look at the making of. Features … Continue reading
What would you say about the great characters created by Wes Anderson if the only way to express them is through an object? The Guatemalan artist Paula Morales catchs these … Continue reading
We were going to post a full article about these amazing hand-printed saws created by Vault49, lovely design collective based in New York. Than we fell in love with more … Continue reading
The Special Stamps make a real fashion statement, as well as creating a unique, pictorial history of post-war British fashion.