Wear your calling card around your neck, like your website URL, or have a loved one wear a special message with this unique QR Code necklace.
The solid stainless steel tab pendant is laser-etched with a QR (quick read) barcode. To de-code the message, the pendant can be scanned with a barcode scanner app on your smart phone (or use an online barcode scanner that reads from uploaded photos).
You can purchase your very own at Blend Creations.
If you weren’t one of the chosen few who had their snail mailboxes graced with an invitation to the Met’s Gala honoring Alexander McQueen’s Savage Beauty exhibit, then this video will be a treat. Watch as all the pretty people arrive at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and see Florence and The Machine performed her song “Dog Days Are Over” for a slue of celebrity guests at the magical event.
This interactive mapping projection on a Chevy Corvette was produced by utilizing a scaled model of the car, to project four animations from different views. The beginning kind of reminds of us of a Tron vehicle. Pretty sweet.
The song you here playing is “Surreal” by Junkie XL ft.Gary Numan
Design & animation: Pablo Espinoza
Interactive Developer: Orlando Bascuñán
With amazing attention to detail, color and surrealism, illustrator and cartoonist Lisa Hanawalt, creates illustrations of animals depicted in human settings, whether it be birds at a shoe store, horses on a subway or felines boogying down on a disco dance floor. Here are some samples of her work…
Fans of horror films will really love these gorgeous art prints by graphic designer Alvaro Tapia Hidalgo, who emphasizes facial features with an acute attention to color.
Bella Lugosi is Dead
Whimsical illustrations by artist Rachel Wilson.
In this wonderfully animated tale titled Rabbitkadabra!, Little Emily wanders into a hidden part of town and stumbles upon a failing magic shop, she is given a magical mechanical stuffed Rabbit. Watch as she brings him to life, expecting a magic show, but gets more than she bargains for….
Created by: Michelle Czajkowski, Krzysztof Fus, Naomi Chen, and Dave Chen.