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The final frontier: Astronauts, robots and sneaking into the gallery after dark This week, you can peek through the ‘eyes’ of four robots who will be roaming the darkened galleries … Continue reading
We didn’t know about Bletchley Park till Meg has started working for FutureLearn. (We will talk about it in details) Bletchley Park is a place with a very special story … Continue reading
“The 12 basic principles of animation were developed by the ‘old men’ of Walt Disney Studios, amongst them Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston, during the 1930s. Of course they weren’t … Continue reading
Think Dirty® app is the easiest way to learn about the potentially toxic ingredients in your cosmetics and personal care products. It’s an independent source that allows you to compare … Continue reading
So inspiring, full of emotions, colours, and beautifull landscapes… are you ready to start the travel your life is gonna offer you in a year? “Follow me on my journey … Continue reading
Patatap is a portable animation and sound kit. With the touch of a finger create melodies charged with moving shapes. While easy to pick up there is a wide range … Continue reading
This beauty was created at Nearly Normal, where Meg is working at the moment and not only is a colourful juicy project, but it is definitely a great colourful inspiration to … Continue reading
The Beauty of Mathematics is a video that shows mathematics behind the everyday life. An equation on the left, mathematical model in the centre, and its manifestation on the … Continue reading
by these great guys in from Sydney: Jungleboys.
Every year, Habari Media creates a bespoke calendar highlighting twelve industry leaders who are doing great work in the media industry. The Habari media calendar therefore needed to play up … Continue reading
“Box” explores the synthesis of real and digital space through projection-mapping on moving surfaces. The short film documents a live performance, captured entirely in camera. Bot & Dolly produced this … Continue reading
Unfortunately, one of New York’s most popular art forms happens to be illegal. Bob Partington has figured out how to tagging without getting caught.
Pardon my Dust is a collection of chalk drawings created by Peter Han during his classes at Artcenter, Concept Design Academy, and CGMA, with images collected from the last 3 … Continue reading
Framing Copenhagen is a poster project by Peter Ørntoft who wanted to examine if it was possible to create an interaction between the poster medium and the user. With the … Continue reading
“One day in the air of the Prim Prim studio appeared a question – is it possible to describe the taste of the font? That is how the “Taste the … Continue reading
This is time to show off… how the best creatives in London work. For this reason Emily Forgot and Laurie D designed a paper office for W+K headquarters. On a … Continue reading
We’re are back on track after a little vacation… but in reality we were looking for new contents and amazing stuff to share with you. Especially these days, where in … Continue reading
Photoshop Cs5 Filters Animation is a small tribute to Photoshop filters. “We used the Ps logo and systematically applied the filters in the same way, seeking the essence of the … Continue reading
The Kama Sutra Alphabet is a personal project from French born and London based illustrator Malika Favre. In 2011, Malika was commissioned by Paul Buckley at Penguin Books US to illustrate … Continue reading
48 great innovations that changed our life forever, all collected in an handy Innovations issue by the New York Times, super well organised (see navigation on the left). Now you can … Continue reading