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If “creating means seeing a relationship between new information and a previous experience and developing a fresh combination”, I’m not sure what it means for this blog when there’s two […]
in the bathroom Originally uploaded by gwosdek. There’s a lot of interesting stuff going on in bathrooms. Don’t believe me, just check out all the bathroom tags at flickr: www.flickr.com/photos/tags/bathroom
I sorta feel guilty for posting about this, but hey it’s almost the weekend. Lenny’s singing about a certain vodka we all know. There’s all sorts of commercial fun to […]
This is old news (sort of), but it’s still begs the question, is copyright sometimes copywrong? From Needled Today, English tattooist Louis Molloy threatened legal suit against soccer superstar David […]
Here’s a great idea, a power outlet that lets you fit two clunky power cords together. Available sooooooon HERE via coolhunting
According to Fontshop, they’ve taken a light look at the logos of Web 2.0. There are the Softies, the Futurists and the Classics. See the logos in action at the […]
Vancouver by Design is JJ Lee’s CBC Radio One column about architecture and design in and around Vancouver. Plus radio documentaries, online stories, and more. As the weeks and months […]
For all you Alec Soth photography fans, there’s a photo essay of Niagara through his eyes over HERE. “I became interested in the idea of Niagara as a metaphor for […]
There seems to be some buzz surrounding the ad last night by American Express during the Oscars. It’s a great example of a campaign that really captures the attention of […]
My favourite web group just got a little bigger and better. PSFK has now added fashion to their roster. Check out the clean designed site at http://fashion.psfk.com, even the ad’s […]
Designed by McCann Erickson in SL. via ….HOW ADVERTISING SPOILED ME….
Warning: If you already have a hard enough time focusing on work, iSketch is probably a site you should not visit. It’s a highly addictive game were you sketch electronically […]
I haven’t had much time to go through Designspotter.com, but the idea and content seem pretty cool. From their website: “The web-based platform for publication and publicity for designer-makers. Increase […]
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Learn how to build your own tilt-shift lens with a plunger at DigiHack – Digital Photography projects.
“I like the logo we’ve got, it works fine. It’s a flowing style that makes sense, whether it’s Jerry West or not.” + Phil Jackson a basketball coach Read all […]
A work in progress by keri smith 1. Go for a walk. Draw or list things you find on the the sidewalk. 2. Write a letter to yourself in the […]
A designer, a printer, an ad guy, a paper rep, a web guy, and a photographer all in one room, answering any questions you can throw at them. Date: Saturday, […]
Eurobad is now euroyikes? Check how the europeans saw 1974 over THERE. via werknet community
If you’ve got five minutes to spare, you could always build an eight wheeled Eliica. Over at the Eliica blog you can print off the pdf HERE. via collision detection
When I started reading the NextD Journal interview with Peter Merholz I didn’t know who he was. I learned from the bio that he was one of the founding partners […]
After reading Debbie Millman’s post last Friday titled Seeing and Knowing, it reminded me of a great idea from Steve Portigal’s chittah-chattah blog where he describes a project he wants […]
I’m one of those guys that’s always looking to the best to see what they can teach me to become better. Recently I came across a great idea from cbc.ca. […]
For whatever reason I haven’t followed photoblogs that much. If you haven’t either, you might want to check out what you’ve been missing. www.youngna.com is a pretty good read.
In Getty Images, we have found our perfect partner. On February 9, in the early hours of the morning, iStockphoto agreed to join the Getty Images family, functioning independently with […]
Ask why. Question answers. Assume nothing. Especially as you consider design’s role in shaping the world. via Robert L. Peters at howdesign.com
Last Saturday I passed the one year anniversary of publishing design*notes. It’s funny looking back on it now, but I started this blog b/c of flickr. I was curious to […]
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If you’re into making things and are looking for a way to sell them, you might want to check out www.etsy.com
Below is an image and poem found via flickr by Denim MARY GAUTHIER I Drink Written by Mary Gauthier and Crit Harmon He’d get home at 5:30, fix his drink […]
Here’s some interesting ideas, though I’m not sure I’ll look at a cab the same way again. Read all about Bit HERE Thanks for the url Mr. Black
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Presenting Human Upgrades, nsfw btw! via werknet