Here are all the things I've found useful or inspirational...
Just spotted this link via TechCrunch's Twitter: Conceptual/Graffiti artist Filippo Minelli has put together a great series of photos where Google has a hand in everything. Google Answers is possibly my favourite. There is also another category where he plasters well known website and business names onto a variety of contradictory scenes, the Facebook one is possibly the most apt.Elsewhere, Edge magazine
Busy times: Redesign of WPT Poker and new pattern website
Its been a very busy last few months for me. Firstly I had to do a redesign of my magazine, WPT Poker. My colleagues and I have produced a more focussed product aimed at the established poker playing community. We've added far more input from professional players, giving the reader far more chance to immerse themselves in the practice and atmosphere of cardroom mentality.The look of the magazine is
Memories of Crayola
Colourlovers has put together a list of all of the crayola colours, which brings me right back to childhood when I had a huge box of the things. I remember going through them one by one, trying to use each of them equally, ending up with pages covered in abstract rainbows. The list helpfully gives you some print and screen colour values to recreate each one. Beyond this article, Colourlovers is a great
Creative Review has posted up a series of images showing prominent streets of London by Austrian artist Gregor Graf. He basically photoshops out all of the usual street clutter - people, cars, shop signs and branding - leaving you to guess where the street actually is. I'm more amazed that he's captured London with blue skies and fluffy white clouds, or is that just more photoshoppotrickery?
FWIS - Readymech
Whilst riding around blogcatalog I came across a blog that I didn't understand but really liked the look of. It was dezacrobat. And whilst rooting around there I thought it only fitting that I should lift a link from it. I'm loving the cubic creations on Readymech - very inspiring! The image on this post is of one of the many paper models you can print out, cut up, fold and stick together. Smashing.
hovering in front of the wall,without the use of glass,how do you recall?