Unfold Series is an ongoing form experiment inspired by the phenomenon of morphogenesis (from Greek, “beginning of the shape”, the biological process that causes an organism to develop its shape). My aim with this study is to create large scale audio/visual installations as a type of kinetic sculpture using light and sound. I created this particular version for Prizma Group Show 02 and experimented with light on the flat surface of printed canvas as step one, before moving to work on
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Le 17 Mars 2015, Henry Jun Wah Lee a eu la chance de se retrouver en Islande lors de la plus grande tempête solaire de la décennie. Un spectacle extraordinaire que le réalisateur a capturé en images et concocté en un magnifique time-lapse. Des nuances de bleu, violet et vert apparaissent et s’agitent dans le [...]
As Wikipedia defines it, signage refers to the design or use of signs and symbols to communicate a message to a specific group, usually for the purpose of marketing or a kind of advocacy. Signage means any kind of graphic that is used to deliver information to a large group of people. It can show information, direction, identification or safety regulations. Labeling ...
Adidas has partnered with a multidisciplinary creative environmentalism organization called Parley For The Oceans to create a concept sneaker made almost entirely out of plastic waste and discarded fishnets taken from the sea.
There are so many things that can be said about this topic and the truth is that everything that is connected to search engine optimization is difficult to understand if you do not have a lot of experience about the topic. Without a shadow of a doubt, installing WordPress is great for SEO from the moment it is installed. However, you can make it a lot better. Whenever a new WordPress version appears, problems are solved. We see new plug-ins appearing every single day and it is great to see the f
Are you looking for some free to use programs that convert PDF to Word? Well, if your answer is yes, then you are lucky enough to land on the right page. In this round up, we are presenting some free programs that convert PDF to Word in...
So often, we see videos of photographers sharing about the creation of their images after the fact. While this is great for presenting the information in a more detailed and refined fashion, it’s easy to lose some of the uniqueness that went into the whole process. Photographer Thomas Heaton, on a recent trip to Iceland, filmed [...]
The newly-introduced CSS “snap points” properties could make it a whole lot easier to create CSS-only scroll effects (once browser support catches up). This post from Sergey Gospodarets' blog includes demos of snappy scrolling for image galleries and full-page vertical scrolling.
Nice demo from Hugo Giraudel where the footnotes are order-labeled with CSS counters and provide jump-down and jump-back links.
First-grade school teacher Russel Powell paints realistic portraits on his hand and stamps them on paper. The San Jose based teacher-artist paints quickly enough that the paint doesn't dry, letting his palm-lines become part of the piece. Powell calls this process “hand-stamping,” and even incorporates similar art projects into his classes.
Do you have a hard time waking up in the morning? Are you the type of person that hits “snooze” over and over again? Then this alarm clock from Nanda Home might be just the thing!
It’s not easy being a Web designer. We craft works of art that adhere to a multitude of environments, and deliver our message to a globally and culturally diverse audience. Despite having tools and apps to guide our processes, increasing demands upon our time and skillset mean we occasionally forget, ignore or fail to fully...
Web developers are blessed with free tools and resources found online, which we dutifully collect in our Fresh Resources series every month. If you missed last month’s batch, revisit it here or check out the rest of the fresh resources compiled in the early part of the year.
Don't assume that the user will only use the app in portrait, and neglect landscape orientation. When the developer doesn't provide specification for landscape orientation, the Android system tries to lay out the UI as well as it can with what it has. This usually results in the same UI seen in portrait mode spread out to fill the larger landscape orientation. Elements are usually stretched out and greatly spaced out on the screen.
Having been a web enthusiast since the 90s, when Justin found his career as a teacher had peaked, the web industry felt like a natural career switch. Initially, Justin decided on the traditional learning path and began a university Computer …Continue reading →