The Color Picker Pen is a concept design by Jinsun Park that scans colours from anything around and instantly mixes that ink to enable the artist to draw with it straight away! The colour is detected using the pens built in sensor then the RGB cartridge mixes the inks to create the target colour. Its… Continue reading The Color Picker Pen
Spyrestudios have complied their list of 30 of the funniest printed advertisments on their site. In today’s world of interactive web-based marketing, viral campaigns and high production television commercials, the print ad remains one very powerful and effective means for advertisers to reach their audience. The printed format, whether it is for magazines, newspapers or… Continue reading 30 of the funniest printed advertisments…
Ive featured Building Projection projects a few times over at about:blank in the past. Ive always loved them but recently they have all tended to be a little samey….but this one is a little special if you ask me. The building collapse and the water effect just looks awesome! Its been completed by Netherlands based… Continue reading Top class building projection.
This video documents the creative process behind a in-house christmas card project completed last year by design agency Mindcastle. Its a great insight into how some creatives like to work… In the words of Mr Partridge – “Lovely Stuff!” our creative process/. 01 from Casey Warren | MIND CASTLE on Vimeo. via
What a great gift idea for your favourite designer friend type person. All thanks to some wonderfully tight kerning! Buy it here: Helvetica Necklace Buy it here: Avant Garde Necklace
French photographer Frédéric Lebain produces these surreal images by taking a photograph then printing them out at scale and then placing them back into the original landscape producing a very odd result.
Japanese designers are great at giving old conventions a good kick up the jacksy. In this case, the traditional boring mundane barcode is given a bit of an overhaul with a bit of color and imagination. Its surprising we havent seen more of these. Im sure its only a matter of time. via
Nope, that isnt a small, but very greedy christmas elf. That is Peter Anton, the artist behind these delicious looking sculptures. (Yep, sorry, i didnt mention that did I…you can’t eat them i’m afriad). via
I’m a mug for novelty mugs…this teeth mug one just creeps my out! Each one is individually hand carved by skilled Taiwanese ceramic artists to ensure that every set of teeth is straight and clean with the brightest smiles!! I want one! via
Tech/Artist Andrew Sliwinski and o2CreativeSolutions have taken the iconic Etch A Sketch into the 3rd dimension with his concept Sketch3D. He has added a 3rd wheel to the controls which allows the users to draw in new dimension. To convey the 3d’ness of the sketch, a new Anaglyphic display monitor presents the image in lovely… Continue reading Etch A Sketch in lovely 3D wonderfulness!