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How much do you know about movies? Famous Objects from Classic Movies is the highly addictive game that puts a movie lover’s knowledge to the test. Guess which classic movies … Continue reading
The Interactive Ear is a project which explain and shows the structure of our ears. The ear is the organ which controls hearing and balance, allowing us to understand our surroundings and … Continue reading
McDonald’s UK has launched a new interactive concept ‘100 Moments‘ created by Razorfish. This is an animated collection of customers favourite experiences with the brand. User generated stories with brights colours and … Continue reading
FlatGuitars is an illustration project by David Navarro, Code & Riffs by Ingamana “I’ve been always in love with music and especially the sound of guitars. If I had enough … 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
This is a bit a geek article, but let’s face it: a Website Stencil Kit and an iPhone Stencil Kit are really helpful to draw quickly your ideas especially is … Continue reading
Reality could look nice with just a bit of creativity. Here is Johan Thörnqvist interpretation.
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
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
We got a proof that Atlantis is real! Internet Explorer 9 now supports WOFF, and the Friends of Mighty have joined forces to explore typographic possibilities on the web.
In the UK we each use around 150 litres of water per day. But this is only part of the picture. When you consider the water required to produce all … Continue reading
Which is highest when stacked, a million dollar bills or a thousand Robin Day Polypropylene Chairs? The One Mile Scroll transforms virtual space into an actual, physical distance. Take your … Continue reading
We look from the Milky Way into the universe beyond. Life and time are enriched by science and technology. The pearl of our night sky welcomes Earthlings to reflect on … Continue reading
Our passion for experimental approach is falling in love with the form of these experiences which follow function – adding fonts, little games with typo, and using little tricks to … Continue reading
Inaudible – created by graphic designers Olya Troitskaya, Timur Akhmetov, Asger Behncke Jacobsen and Johannes Breyer – is a blog exploring a theme of subtitles. http://www.i-n-a-u-d-i-b-l-e.tumblr.com