Posts tagged ‘web’

8 January 2013

“12c” – 80 animated gifs by Kim Asendorf

A selection of  completely hallucinating animated gifs by Kim Asendorf, entitled “12c”.  Click here to see the 80 other gifs.

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Une sélection de quelques gifs animés complètement hallucinants par Kim Asendorf, intitulés “12c”. Cliquez ici pour voir les 80 autres gifs.

12c-9_10_1_19_52 Kopie

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Via today and tomorrow.

18 September 2012

Liquorice Studio

Liquorice Studio was formed in 2009 by agency director Scott Bonanno.

Since then we have grown – and grown – into a team of very talented (and very good-looking) individuals whose vast collective experience covers just about every type of communication design service. We specialise in brand and identity design for print and web, and we have a great mix of clients of all shapes and sizes.


Via Changing Lines.

23 July 2011

Festival des Architectures Vives 2011 on Design Milk

Will by Universite D’Aalto from Finland

Expo D’Expe by Goagroup from Italy (jury award)

Dots by RD Factory of France

Between Doors by Moba Studio of the Czech Republic

Ma Cour Dans Ta Cour by Plux5 of Quebec, Canada (audience choice award)

Souffle by Hold Up Architecture from France

Floats by Angela Co from the USA

Via design milk.




17 May 2011

ROME’s 3 Dreams of Black by Chris Milk – Google Chrome experiment

3 Dreams of Black” is a new interactive film directed by Chris Milk for the song “Black” by ROME, a music project by Danger Mouse & Daniele Luppi featuring Jack White & Norah Jones. The project is a Chrome Experiment that showcases some of the latest web technologies like WebGL in modern browsers like Google Chrome. Not only can you interact with video, you can also add your own items to the dream or see what others have build. For those of you who want to know the technical details: this page will keep you busy for a while. The model view and the demos are just as impressive.

Try it ! Click HERE. You will need Google Chrome.

Via today and tomorrow. Images via dexigner.

11 January 2011

Top Search Google Pillow 2010 by Elasticco

To keep a track of the year’s top searches on Google… on your couch ! You can buy it on Etsy (65$). By Elasticco.





Found at holycool.

31 October 2010


Je suis tombée sur ce site, qui permet de rechercher différemment dans la banque d’images flickr. L’idée est toute simple, mais elle permet vraiment de voir le meilleur de flickr ! Je n’ai jamais vu autant de belles images, de différents photographes, en si peu de clics. Vous pouvez aussi vous connecter avec votre compte et donc vos favoris flickr.

Voici le lien : ffffli*ckr. Enjoy !

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I stumbled upon this site, which allows you to search differently in the flickr image database. The idea is very simple, but it really helps to see the best of flickr! I’ve never seen so many beautiful pictures, from different photographers, in so few clicks. You can also log in with your flickr account to start with your favorites.

Here’s the link : ffffli*ckr. Enjoy!

What’s all this then

As much as I like shit talking flickr, there’s a bunch of good photography on there. Unfortunately, finding it is a chore. Unless your idea of art is a painting of a hotrod on velvet, explore is useless. Groups aren’t much better, since they require people to self-promote. The interface for checking them is pretty useless too. Contacts are pretty cool except that it’s impossible to actually find new photographers.

That’s where ffffl*ckr comes in. Use it to find the photography you like using the simple idea that people whose work you like, probably like stuff you’ll like. You start with a set of pictures – if you authenticate, it’ll use 20 of your last 100 favorites – otherwise it’ll start with somebody’s favorites. Click any picture to load more. Don’t like what that person likes? Scroll back and click a different picture you like. It’s that simple.

You have 4 functions in total:

  1. Click the picture to load that photographer’s favorites.
  2. URL opens the picture in a new window or tab.
  3. Click the upper right hand corner to view the image large.
  4. If you’ve authenticated, you can fav pictures straight from the app. Just click the star and you’re good to go. […]
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