My three words to describe De castelli work on this. Monolithic . Creative . Solid.
The Scribbled Line People is a project by Ayaka ito. It started in 2008 when she was working on a 3D Motion & Particle course at her college. Ayaka ito used Flash and Photoshop with some programming elements from programmer Randy church. What she and Randy created was nothing short of amazing. See some of Ayakaito current and past work.
When graffiti has a life of its own.
From the guys at Corridor Digital. I think its very creative check out more of their videos here.
Nerd love, ain’t it grand. So I don’t know if you guys have had the same experience but here recently I’m seeing more and more “engagement photos” on my social media feeds. It has become the all the rage it seems to get real artsy, almost hipsterish, engagement photos, and finally someone bucked the trend with this glorious collection of Star Wars engagement photos. Grats to the newly engaged and the photographer who got the shots! See them all at his page below:
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Sony is again stepping their game up with the Personal 3D Viewer Head Mounted Display. You will be able to view movies and games in 3D. You can connect your PlayStation 3 and/or your Blu-ray player to it to get the full 3D experience. It supports HD Video and 5.1 Sound. It looks like a beast. Can’t wait to find out pricing information on this.
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Philips is featuring a new Fidelio wireless device with Apple AirPlay. It allows you to stream music from any of your Mac devices over your wireless network to your Philips speakers. It has a nice style and the same good quality you would expect from Philips audio devices. To learn more click here
I saw a link to a neat article (with lots of awesome pictures) where a ray gun/train enthusiasts links the two worlds of design aesthetic and figured some of you might find it interesting (seems like lots of you like steampunk stuff like I do!). Thanks Harold for putting this together!
He uses Dr. Grordbort’s ray gun designs as his jumping off point for comparison, which, if you haven’t seen them are definitely worth checking out. Greg Broadmore is one of those artists that even while working on one piece, is picturing it in the big picture, envisioning an entire world in which his designs fit. His Infallible Aether Oscillators are not to be trifled with!