Thursday, December 29, 2011


Gary Flake demos Pivot, a new way to browse and arrange massive amounts of images and data online. Built on breakthrough Seadragon technology, it enables spectacular zooms in and out of web databases, and the discovery of patterns and links invisible in standard web browsing.

Thursday, December 22, 2011

Kris Hofmann - A Christmas Card from Austria

Dark Knight Rises

New Batman 3 IMAX version movie trailer released online. Recently a fan dropped this new IMAX version of the 2nd movie trailer (below) for the "Dark Knight Rises" flick. The fan,apparently,recorded it,while in the IMAX theater. It obviously isn't as good as actually being in the IMAX theater itself,but it kind of gives an idea of what it's like to watch it in IMAX. The trailer looks awesome,and features scenes with the naughty Selina Kyle aka Catwoman,along with Bruce Wayne aka Batman, Bane,Alfred,and more. It shows the crazy football scene as the field totally caves in while a guy is running for a touchdown. That definitely must have freaked him out. The movie stars: Christian Bale, Michael Caine, Gary Oldman, Morgan Freeman, Tom Hardy, Anne Hathaway, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Marion Cotillard, Juno Temple,Josh Pence, and hits theaters on July 20th 2012.

Wednesday, December 14, 2011


HBO's new comedy series, "Girls", created by and starring Lena Dunham, will premiere April 2012.

Friday, December 9, 2011

Evernote Clearly

Evernote Clearly

Clearly makes blog posts, articles and webpages clean and easy to read. Save them to Evernote to read them anywhere.

Thursday, December 8, 2011

Google Chrome: Dear Sophie

It's real :)

Music by: Ingrid Michaelson
Song: "Sort Of"
Album 'Everybody'

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Martin Woutisseth - Stanley Kubrick: A Filmography

Stanley Kubrick - a filmography from Martin Woutisseth on Vimeo.

Collages for all Stanley Kubrick movies. The section for the "Shining" and the "Clockwork Orange" is the most impressive.

Martin Woutisseth Blog

Monday, December 5, 2011

Keen van Dijkhuizen jr. - The Films of Christopher Nolan

Kees van Dijkhuizen jr. has great showcases series covering the movies of great movie director of today. 
Grat montage from Kees. He is an 18 old film sutdent from Holland, His tumbrl blog is also amazing on where your attention will be focused to great new movies. 

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Scholz & Friends - Copy & More

The agency Scholz & Friends, sponsored by the Copy Shop based in Berlin, realised the great campagn intelligently reproducing the visual elements of the district.

Monday, November 28, 2011



This seems like "Heroes" meets "Fringe" underlined by "Pi" with addition of "Lost" number 318. It could be anything. Creator is Tim Cring, the "Heroes" guy. And frankly the first season of "Heroes" was quite amazing. Kiefer Sutherland and Danny Glover are starring with a girl from JJ Abrams "Undercover", Gugu Mbatha-Raw. Let's see. It's coming on Fox in spring 2012.

Mike Petty - No Joy

Friday, November 25, 2011

The Theory - Address Is Approximate

Google Street View stop motion animation short made as a personal project by director Tom Jenkins.
Story: A lonely desk toy longs for escape from the dark confines of the office, so he takes a cross country road trip to the Pacific Coast in the only way he can – using a toy car and Google Maps Street View.

Produced, animated, filmed, lit, edited & graded by Tom Jenkins ( / / @thetheoryUK /!/thetheoryUK).

All screen imagery was animated - there are no screen replacements.
Shot using Canon 5d MkII, Dragonframe Stop Motion software and customised slider.
Music by the wonderfull Cinematic Orchestra ( and the track is "Arrival of the Birds"

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Canal+ - The Bear

agency BETC Paris
director Matthijs van Heijningen

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Monday, November 14, 2011

Myxer Social Radio

Myxer has entered the crowded Internet radio market with Myxer Social Radio, an app aimed at providing a music-listening experience where you’re never alone.
The app offers several interactive components (see gallery below), including the “Song Stories” feature in which you can record 15- to 20-second videos of yourself telling stories about specific songs, or watch other users’ Song Stories. Those videos will appear on each song’s info page.
“Users want to be connected and be social with whatever they do,” says Myxer CEO Myk Willis, who envisions his app competing alongside heavyweight services Pandora, iHeartRadio and as far as listening hours.
Once you sign up with your Facebook account, Myxer Social Radio also lets you listen and chat with friends in real time, create and enter public listening rooms ad see what they’re playing. Akin to, people in Myxer rooms can thumbs-up or thumbs-down songs being played. If a song gets too many negative responses, Myxer skips the track and puts on another. Your friends’ responses will influence the app’s recommendation algorithm, which in turn will learn what type of songs or artists to play.

Friday, November 11, 2011

Burak Kaynak - WC CV Toilet Paper

Guerilla Tool: WC/CV Toilet Paper Roll

Want to find a job, but don't know where to start? Confused? Overwhelmed? Too much information?
The solution is simple: Capture people's attention!  On the average, people go to the bathroom 6 times a day. Public restrooms are used very often. Why not place your CV in front of thousands of people who use restrooms every day! WC/CV is a great chance to show an employer that you have the skills and experience required, and that you’re the right person for the job. WC/CV's special roll looks just like regular toilet paper and the paper is good for writing. Each Cv has 3 sheets with titles; Contact Information, Education, Employment History. Fill in the blanks, and put that roll in the company's toilet that you want to work for! or find better places!

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Otl Aicher - Lufthansa Luggage Label

Lufthansa Luggage label in helvetica. The design of this label is credited to Otl Aicher.Thanks to Wallace Henning for finding it and Wanken for sharing it.

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Mobstr - Masterpiece

artist: Mobstr
location: London

Sunday, November 6, 2011

Hot Coffee

Hot Coffee

Seinfeld mocked it. Letterman put it on one of his Top Ten lists. More than 15 years later, the McDonald's coffee case continues to be cited as a prime example of how citizens use "frivolous" lawsuits to take unfair advantage of America's legal system. But is that an accurate portrayal of the facts? First-time filmmaker and former public interest lawyer Susan Saladoff uses the infamous legal battle that began with a spilled cup of coffee to investigate what's behind America's zeal for tort reform - which threatens to restrict the legal rights of everyday citizens and undermine the entire civil justice system. Written by HBO

Arnaud Lapierre - Ring Installation

Ring Installation:
Arnaud Lapierre ine la place Vendôme

Kommersant Identity

Saturday, November 5, 2011

Volkswagen Tiguan: 5:00 AM

Advertising Agency: AlmapBBDO, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Creative Director: Luiz Sanches, Renato Simões
Art Director: Renato Fernandez
Editor: Gustavo Sarkis
Producer: Rebolucion
Executive Producer: Ciro Cesar Silva, Patricio Alvarez Casado
Director: Armando Bo, Andres Salmoyraghi, Daniel Lieff
Photo: Cristian Cottet
RTVC: Vera Jacinto, Gabriel Dagostini, Diego Villas Boas, Luana Aghata
Finish: Tribbo Post
Planning: Cynthia Gonçalves, Sergio Katz

MTV: The Music Never Stops


To reinforce the MTV Brasil concept “the music never stops”, Loducca came up with a website that presents a new way to navigate through music videos on YouTube. For each video that you click to open, the website loads its related videos as a tree branch. One song leads to another, one video leads to another and the music never stops.

Advertising Agency: Loducca, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Chief Creative Officer: Guga Ketzer
Creative Directors: André Faria, Cassio Moron, Marco Monteiro
Creatives: Mariana Rocha, Raphael Franzini
Web Development: WQTi

Saturday, October 29, 2011



Directed by Steve McQueenStarring Michael FassbenderCarey MulliganAmy Hargreaves.

In New York City, Brandon's carefully cultivated private life -- which allows him to indulge his sexual addiction -- is disrupted when his sister Cissy arrives unannounced for an indefinite stay.

UK Trailer from Transmission Films on Vimeo.

Thursday, October 27, 2011

The Open University - 60-Second Adventures in Thought

The Open University strikes again. In June, they released The History of English, a series of witty animated videos that covered 1600 years of linguistic history in ten minutes. Now, they’re back with 60-Second Adventures in Thought, another animated sequence that highlights six famous thought experiments. It all starts with Zeno’s ancient Paradox of the Tortoise and Achilles. (Watch above.) Then we head straight to the 20th century, to five famous thought experiments in physics, math and computer science.

Philip Roth and Paul Auster - Death of the Novel

Novels — they’re in inevitable decline. They can’t compete with the movie screen, the TV screen and now the computer screen. Give things 25 years, and there will be just a small cult of readers left. That’s the prediction of American author, Philip Roth, who has 27 novels to his credit. And apparently, Roth is personally hastening the process. Earlier this year, he told a reporter for the Financial Times: “I’ve stopped reading fiction. I don’t read it at all. I read other things: history, biography. I don’t have the same interest in fiction that I once did.” When asked why, he quipped: “I don’t know. I wised up … ”

For Paul Auster, another productive novelist, the reports of the novel’s death are greatly exaggerated. Humans hunger for stories. They always will. And, the novel, it knows how to adapt and survive. Will it survive with the help of technology? Auster might not be the best person to ask. He owns neither a computer nor a mobile phone. Lucky man.

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Google Chrome 15

Google Chrome 15. Nice! Starting page looks better now.

Twitter Redesigned Timeline

Patrick Bisch from Pinglio reports on the updated twitter timeline.

It seems Twitter is quietly rolling out a much-needed update to its Timeline feature. The new Timeline allows users to click individual tweets to expand conversations, media, and RTs. Alternatively, when hovering over a tweet, an Open link appears and can be clicked to expanding the tweet. Once opened, aClose link appears to close the expanded tweet. There haven’t  been seen any official word on this from the official Twitter account or theirblog, but a few users are reporting it.

Gotham Font

Gotham is a family of geometric sans-serif digital typefaces designed by American type designer Tobias Frere-Jones in 2000. Gotham's letterforms are inspired by a form of architectural signage that achieved popularity in the mid-twentieth century, and are especially popular throughout New York City.[1]
Since creation, Gotham has been highly visible due to its appearance in many notable places, including a large amount of campaign material created for Barack Obama's 2008 presidential campaign, as well as the cornerstone of the One World Trade Center, the tower to be built on the site of the former World Trade Center in New York.

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

ArtefactoryLab - 5:46 am

5:46 am from ArtefactoryLab on Vimeo.
Underwater Paris
by Olivier Campagne & Vivien Balzi
Music by Brice Tillet

Redley - Redley Originals

WTK Photography - The City

Wesley Townsend Kitten - The City timelapse / San Francisco
Music is "Dayvan Cowboy" by Boards of Canada
WTK Photography was started in 2007. Documentary photographer Wesley Townsend Kitten has experience in wedding photography, engagement photography, family portraits, senior portraits, modeling photography, and event photography. Wesley has attended both Brooks Institute of Photography and Academy of Art University for documentary photography. He has worked for a talent agency shooting head shots and modeling shots. For two summers, he served as the documentary photographer for a nonprofit inner city home repair organization in Memphis, TN. He was the staff photographer for Vetted Word, a creative community of poets, writers, and musicians in San Francisco, CA. Wesley currently lives in Waco, TX.
From WTK photography vimeo page:
This timelapse is about a year in the making. I started sometime in June of 2010 and finished it on August 19, 2011. It wasn't constant work of course, just working on it every now and then. I'd estimate I have invested anywhere between 250 and 300 hours on it. Most of this was time I spent walking, biking, or riding the bus to locations I was shooting. There are very few locations I used a car to get to. Total frame count is about 28,000 frames and 85 different shots. All the frames weren't used in the final product as I edited down the clips. You will notice that some of the shots were shaky. San Francisco is a very windy city and even my heavy tripod couldn't remain still. In hindsight I should have bought a different head. All photos were shot in JPEG and then some light editing in Lightroom. Compiled into .mov clips in Quicktime Pro and then all brought together in Final Cut Pro.
I started this project because there are so many people photographing the city that I wanted to capture it in a different way that most were not. Between the time I started and the time I finished, timelapses have become huge. It's amazing to see what fellow artists can make with even the most basic equipment.

Alcinoo - Morning Frames

Alcinoo is the screen-name of Nicola Destefanis, the director for motion and digital design. "Morning Frames" is a sort of google aerial + street view video combination, but for real.

Music by Paolo tas Taverna
Filmed: July August 2011, Turin Italy

Albin Holmqvist - EF Live The Language

Stockholm based Art director & designer Albin Holmqvist.

Semifinalist Adobe Design Achievement Awards 2008
Shortlisted LAUS Student Awards
Grammis nomination 2008
Featured in Select I & H
Silver Best Film Ads of the world February 2011
Shortlisted ONE interactive Awards 2011

Nike - We Run Paris

Nike 10KM from Nike Running France on Vimeo.
Anything with Paris streets is good. Even when covered with big green square.

Gustav Johansson - EF Live The Language

Gustav started his directing career around 15 years ago in Sweden, making his own edits on his father’s 2-channel VHS- editor. He invented his own groundbreaking style by cutting Disney movies together with Hockey games and turning them into movie trailers. This revolutionary way of handling moving image and visual storytelling attracted interest and all of a sudden Uppsala seemed a bit too small for Gustav. Although only 25 years old, Gustav has already collected awards like: 1st prize at the Cannes Young Directors Awards, Winner of the Cannes Future Lions, named “Young Gun Of the month”, Gold at the One Show and the Clios.


Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Christian Marclay - Album Cover Collages

Christian Marclay has the answers what happens beyond the boundaries of the album cover. These collages use some of the most fameous David Bowie, Michael Jackson, The Doors, Nirvana or Beastie Boys album covers.

Sunday, September 11, 2011

Windows 8

A first look at the new "Windows 8" user interface. Read more at Developers: Learn how to take advantage of the future of Windows at the Build Conference:

Sunday, September 4, 2011


Matt Damon, John Hawkes, Kate Winslet, Marion Cotillard, Jude Law, Gwyneth Paltrow, Laurence Fishburne,
Director: Steven Soderbergh,

Saturday, September 3, 2011

A Dangerous Method

Plot: "Into the already complex relationship between Carl Jung (Michael Fassbender) and his mentor Sigmund Freud (Viggo Mortensen) arrives a young Russian woman diagnosed with hysteria (Keira Knightley)."

Well, Michael Fassbender's new film. The cast is Interesting, already standard for Cronenberg (Mortnesen), but This Carl Jung act interests me much.

Monday, August 29, 2011



Anamorphosis, Strasbourg Anamorphosis, Strasbourg Back in Lyon Stairway to Heaven, Berlin Let's Play, Lyon

Saturday, August 27, 2011

Imlek Dairy Products Company: Media Flirting

Challenge: How to launch local ice coffee in a highly saturated market owned by two international brands and link it with the brand name "Flert" (flirt).
Solution: Put it on the streets where both are consumed most often, especially in the summer, make the flirting of the media alive and spread the message about the new product in the communication space where it belongs - on the go.
Results: A lot of positive reactions on the street, but also generated digital media buzz on twitter and facebook with a minimal budget.
Advertising Agency: lpt communication, Belgrade, Serbia
Creative Director: Ivan Živković
Art Directors: Mira KaraklajićMiloš Milanović
Copywriter: Bojan Šaptović
Account team: Milica Okanović, Radojka Govedarica, Jovana Miljković
Producer: Snežana Spasić – ŽdrnjaIgor Prokić

DDB Brasil - Whirlpool KitchenAid

Art Deco

Advertising Agency: DDB, Brazil Creative Directors: Sergio Valente, Marco Versolato, Cássio Zanatta, Rodrigo Almeida Art Directors / Copywriters: Ulisses Razaboni, Marcos Abrucio Art Buyers: Clariana Costa, Alessandra Nunes Graphic Production: Edson Harada, Nereu Marinho Account Supervisor: Polika Teixeira, Cristiane Pereira Heal, Sandra Lessa, Mariana Constantino, Luca Adler Bamberg Planners: Cynthia Horowicz, Paulo Vita, Camila Martinez Lima Media: Monica de Carvalho, Patrícia Muratori, Ana Carolina Espósito, Aline Brazolotto, Marcelo Estevam Illustration: 6B Estúdio Photolithography: Burti Image processing: 24 \ 7 id


Art Nouveau

Pop Art

Brazilian Modernism


Friday, August 26, 2011

Anne Hardy

Anne Hardy (born 1970) is a British artist best known for her large-scale photographic work of unusual interior spaces. She completed an MA in photography at the Royal College of Art in 2000, having graduated from Cheltenham School of Art in 1993 with a degree in painting. Hardy lives and works in London and is represented by Maureen Paley, London.
Hardy's images appear to be photographs of existing places but they are quite the opposite. They are actually carefully constructed sets, created by the artistin her studio, which she then photographs. The subjects of Hardy's artworks are usually objects or junk which she has found in marketsDIY shops, urban skips or jumble sales. The type of objects she chooses have ranged from large antlers, brightly coloured cables, old Christmas trees, light bulbs, Americanbasketballs, orange balloons, scientific test tubes and even butterflies. Hardy puts these everyday objects together and transforms them into unusual, almost dreamlike, environments which can be unnerving with their themes of abandonment and desolation. [1]
Other characteristics in her work are unpainted plasterboard on the walls of the rooms and visible foam sealant. Her work Lumber (2003) for example, where a neglected room houses heaps of old Christmas trees which have been hidden from the world and left to decay. Art writer Charlotte Cotton comments, "The skill of making a photograph such as Lumber is to avoid overloading the image with obvious signs and allegory, but to maintain a sense, albeit a fabricated one, that we are looking at an observed rather than a meticulously constructed scene. The space looks like a storeroom for unwanted Christmas trees, but the indoor environoment, the menacing shape of the mound of greenery and the thought of what might lie beneath it make for a compelling hovering between what this place might actually be and the unsettling atmosphere within it."[2]
Hardy's work has been published in Vitamin PH: New Perspectives in Photography (2006) by Phaidon Press and Charlotte Cotton's book The Photograph as Contemporary Art as well as magazines including Dazed & ConfusedThe GuardianPhotography NowTank (magazine) and Art Review. In January 2007, Hardy gave an interview to The Guardian newspaper on the subject of her image Untitled VI (2005).[3]
In March 2007, the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A), London exhibited Anne Hardy's 2005 work Untitled IV (balloons). The V&A bought the image for their collection with the help of theCecil Beaton art fund. In June 2007, three of Hardy's works, Booth (2006), Untitled IV (balloons) (2005) and Close Range (2006), were exhibited at the 52nd International Venice Biennaleart festival. The accompanying New Forest Pavilion exhibition catalogue included the image Outpost (2007) and a critical essay by John Slyce.
In April 2008, Hardy had her first USA solo exhibition in New York at Bellwether Gallery. This was followed with Hardy's work being included in a group show at Gagosian Gallery, New York called Untitled (Vicarious): Photographing the Constructed Object which ran from September until December 2008.[4] Hardy's work was shown in the Helsinki Biennale which ran until January 25, 2009.[5]

Friday, August 19, 2011

DDB Paris - SNCF Escape Machine

Escape Machines - Surprise from The Cool Hunter on Vimeo.

Look how SNCF sends people all over the world! Escape Machine by DDB Paris

De Stijl Magazine on

De Stijl Magazine
Edited by Theo van Doesburg

De Stijl, Dutch for "The Style", also known as neoplasticism, was a Dutch artistic movement founded in 1917. In a narrower sense, the term De Stijl is used to refer to a body of work from 1917 to 1931 founded in the Netherlands. De Stijl is also the name of a journal that was published by the Dutch painter, designer, writer, and critic Theo van Doesburg (1883–1931), propagating the group's theories.


[All texts are PDFs. Volume 1 is approximately 4mb each; Vols 2 and 3 are anywhere from 30-60mbs]

 De Stijl vol. 1 no. 1 [Delft October 1917]
 De Stijl vol. 1 no. 2 [Delft December 1917]
 De Stijl vol. 1 no. 3 [erroneously designated as no. 4 Delft January 1918]
 De Stijl vol. 1 no. 4 [Delft January 1918]
 De Stijl vol. 1 no. 5 [Delft March 1918]
 De Stijl vol. 1 no. 6 [Delft April 1918]
 De Stijl vol. 1 no. 7 [Delft May 1918]
 De Stijl vol. 1 no. 8 [Delft June 1918]
 De Stijl vol. 1 no. 9 [Delft July 1918]
 De Stijl vol. 1 no. 10 [Delft August 1918]
 De Stijl vol. 1 no. 11 [Delft September 1918]
 De Stijl vol. 1 no. 12 [Delft October 1918]
 De Stijl vol. 2 no. 1 [Leiden no.vember 1918]
 De Stijl vol. 2 no. 2 [Leiden December 1918]
 De Stijl vol. 2 no. 3 [Leiden January 1919]
 De Stijl vol. 2 no. 4 [Leiden February 1919]
 De Stijl vol. 2 no. 5 [Leiden March 1919]
 De Stijl vol. 2 no. 6 [Leiden April 1919]
 De Stijl vol. 2 no. 7 [Leiden May 1919]
 De Stijl vol. 2 no. 8 [Leiden June 1919]
 De Stijl vol. 2 no. 9 [Leiden July 1919]
 De Stijl vol. 2 no. 10 [Leiden August 1919]
 De Stijl vol. 2 no. 11 [Leiden September 1919]
 De Stijl vol. 2 no. 12 [Leiden October 1919]
 De Stijl vol. 3 no. 1 [Leiden no.vember 1919]
 De Stijl vol. 3 no. 2 [Leiden December 1919]
 De Stijl vol. 3 no. 3 [Leiden January 1920]
 De Stijl vol. 3 no. 4 [Leiden February 1920, pagination out of order with others]
 De Stijl vol. 3 no. 5 [Leiden March 1920]
 De Stijl vol. 3 no. 6 [Leiden April 1920]
 De Stijl vol. 3 no. 7 [Leiden May 1920]
 De Stijl vol. 3 no. 8 [Leiden June 1920]
 De Stijl vol. 3 no. 9 [Leiden July 1920]
 De Stijl vol. 3 no. 10 [Leiden August 1920]
 De Stijl vol. 3 no. 11 [Leiden September 1920]
 De Stijl vol. 3 no. 12 [Leiden no.vember 1920]