Archive for 2011

Where you wondering why Google (U.S.) didn’t have a St. Patrick’s Day themed logo today? Us too. It’s the first time since 2003 that Google did not have a themed logo for the holiday. However, Google (Ireland) had a gorgeous one. Check it out…

This do-it yourself project was taken on by a guy who wanted to build a Numitron Clock that tells the time and the temperature. These types of clocks work on the principal of incandescent filament displays. The details involved are as difficult as us learning chinese, however one can appreciate the design endeavor. Visit Industructables [...]

For his eleventh one-person show, Lamar Peterson New Work, Peterson returns to his familiar subjects of the landscape and the suburban experience, depicting scenarios of dream-like chaos with a cartoon vernacular in his solo exhibition of new work at Fredericks & Freiser Gallery in New York City. Inspired by elementary school bulletin boards, educational activity [...]

THE BROOKLYN MUSEUM PRESENTS A NEW TWIST FOR ITS ANNUAL GALA The Brooklyn Museum will be partnering with Brooklyn artists to celebrate the Brooklyn Artists Ball, on Wednesday evening, April 27, 2011. This new twist on the Museum’s longstanding annual gala will celebrate the creativity and considerable influence of Brooklyn artists. “It is incredibly exciting [...]

Movies are not the only source of entertainment that uses trailers to entice a viewer. Books have jumped on the trailer bandwagon which has become just important as directing marketing tools when getting the word of a new release. Here is the trailer for the book Unfamiliar Fishes by Sarah Vowell, an examination of our [...]

This Duracell Ultra print ad ‘Brings toys to life’ designed by Advertising Agency: Naga DDB of Malaysia, can be considered borderline creepy. Think Chucky creepy. In fact it’s too bad Chucky wasn’t actualy used for this, it would have been brilliant. This particular image probably wouldn’t go over too well here in PC America. Moms across the [...]

The Joy of Living exhibition is currently showing at Somerset House in London through March 21st and is spearheaded by designer Max Fraser. Max lost his mother in 2008 to cancer and wanted to progress mankind in it’s quest to cure the disease. In his bid to raise £50,000 for Maggie’s Cancer Caring Centres, he asking over 100 designers, both [...]

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