This concept idea for a camera was developed by product designer/mechanical engineer Mimi Zou. The camera works using biometric technology and interacting with human behaviour. For example, if you narrow or widen your eye, the lens will copy; when you blink a picture is taken. The concept also instantly tags people in the photographs which can then be transferred to files via wi-fi, or copied to an SD card. Pretty clever stuff.
Consumed is a project by Daniel Ridgway, in which he analyses his consumption of everything within a 24 hour time period. A really nice use of colour, photography & infographics. http://www.dandad.org/talent/new-blood/exhibition
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I really love the layout of this book (except the barcode on the cover), it’s so random yet fit’s together so well. I especially think the ‘black/death’ pages fit so well with the images & layout on the following pages, as if it’s an echoing thought. A lovely use of photography too. Art Director: Hassan Rahim
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Absolutely love the new Target Summer Campaign, art directed by Allan Peters (the blog I found this on). I think just by using the colours and the typeface they have portrayed a massive sense of summer, and a very feel good vibe. The overloaded trolleys create quite a comical effect too, again light hearted but gets the point across very simply and easily.
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What a lovely interactive website designed by Anna Brooks, Christina Winkless and David Paul Rosser. The photography together with the interaction of this site could keep me entertained for a good while!
Check out Google’s latest project(Google Art Project): visit museums all around the world and examine artworks closer than you probably could in person. I absolutely love this project, it’s a chance for people to see things they have maybe heard about but haven’t had the chance to see.
What a lovely website from Planet Propaganda. Really love the massive imagery in the background and the ‘work’. A very simple layout but made bold through use of images-Propaganda.
This handmade type was created by Tien-Min Liao, who created the different letterforms by drawing the shapes in ink on her hand. The project was done to study the relationship between lowercase and uppercase letters: when making the transformation from uppercase to lowercase (vice versa) Liao would only use her hands to change the letterform, not the ink shape. See all of the amazing alphabet after the jump.
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Wow! This is brilliant, imagine when this is fully developed, you could literally point and shoot at any time.
Some photographs I took a while ago in Blackpool.
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