Archive for November, 2006
Architecture for Humanity is a charitable organization founded to seek architectural and design solutions to humanitarian crises and to provide design services to communities in need. They are looking for a logo that will reflect both the mission and spirit of the organization. Prize is $1000.
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This is a very clever campaign from Sukle Advertising for Denver Water.
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Ars Virtua is a nonprofit art space inside of the online game world of Second Life. They’ve recently put out a call for artists to apply for 11-week residencies that offer cash funding (not just Second Life’s Linden dollars), virtual work space, and an exhibition within their increasingly popular gallery.
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Expanded Cinema focuses mainly on experimental film, early video, and sound-based, durational work. All of the material is being pulled from available media online elsewhere. Thanks to Rhizome.
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This is from Adobe. You can make quick colour palettes with this tool.
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Tuned Stairs is the introductory installation for the Fabrica exhibition at Center Pompidou on 6 October – 13 November 2006. As visitors walk down the stairs leading to the exhibition, their footsteps activate a musical sound.
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Dandelife is a social network built around the telling of your life’s stories. You can use Dandelife to create your own personal biography and then share that with the rest of the world. For those MySpace addicts who need to tell complete strangers even more about themselves. The interface is a nice timeline though, and […]
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This series of Penguin novels is named My Penguin. The covers are white and you are asked to design your own cover using whatever media you choose. They have a gallery of some of what readers have done so far. The one above is for Dostoyevsky’s Crime and Punishment. Geddit? Hangman…
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The Times of London has a new look masthead and headline font, drawn under the supervision of Neville Brody. Read an article and browse the history of its masthead here.
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