Archives for September 2010
Here’s a really interesting Product by Chinese designer Daizi Zheng. A conceptual mobile phone for Nokia that could be powered by sugary drinks, yes you read that right, your Coke can could power this Mobile!!! How is this possible I here you scream, well Zheng proposes that “the phone could run on a battery that uses enzymes to generate electricity from carbohydrates”
Intrested in finding out more visit: – http://www.dezeen.com/
Amazing – brace yourselves as we enter the age of HTML5. Created for Beauty of the Web in honor of the launch of Internet Explorer 9, Never Mind the Bullets offers the traditional comic strip experience enriched by the effects of parallax. Simple brilliant and demonstrates a world of possiblitiles. A simple movement of the mouse the strip becomes animated and the story comes to life. The project took two months of research, programming, and illustration. Is this really the death of flash? Visually stunning and with the added pleasure of creating your own comic! You must check it out, let me know what you think?
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Check this out – One extraordinary hatchback. One extraordinary night. 23.09.10. Relive the cutting edge audio visual display here, through the videos,
photos and tweets of people who were there on the night.
If you get a chance check out Gastrotypographicalassemblage: The Designs of Lou Dorfsman. It runs until 30th October at Kemistry Gallery, 43 Charlotte Road, London EC2A 3PD. For the show, the gallery has collected over 60 original examples of print advertising for CBS, art directed by Dorfsman. Check it out it’s very inspiring and amazing to see the work, Dorfsman was a very influential designer.
I can almost here the sound of Ice cream van after seeing this highly visible McMobile campaign. It really brightens up the day at large sporting events, concerts, street festivals and quite frankly anywhere people are present — and hungry!
For people waiting in long lines for tickets and entry to staduims, the McMobile serves as a welcome distraction and a chance to get something to eat. Depending on the location and specific requirements, the McMobile could take the shape of just the one main car or it could become an entire fun train with various components of a meal depicted in each car. Very cute indeed.
The concept would be further enhanced by specific music, mascots, staff and entertainers interacting with the crowds — all part of the experience of encountering the McMobile. McMobile is a concept created by Access Agency which will be sold as a franchise model and also used as a branded marketing experience, and I love it!
My cheeky team of designers were all in a chuckle in the studio last week and what was causing this flurry of activity? Well, check out the rather naughty http://ijustmadelove.com/ Indeed how technology enables the most basic of human needs voyeurism! The site allows you to add your most recent romantic rendez-vous and take a peek at who’s doing what where, and with whom.
The site is powered by Google Maps and you can explore other people’s sexual encounters (depicted by humping rabbits) on a global or local scale. Large rabbits mean areas with more sex, smaller rabbits mean less loving happening in that area.
Married men beware !