Monday, April 30, 2007


A short documentary about German artist Julius Popp while setting up his work Bit.Fall in St Louis.

Friday, April 20, 2007

Thursday, April 19, 2007

Flying robot video pet

A robot pet that flys and shoots video and photos. Quiet interesting, and a nice production video…

via idealist

Friday, April 13, 2007

American Lifestyle of the 50's

A must see for every designer.

(via architectradure)

LINKX - Interactive toy for autistic children

"I designed LINKX, a language toy for autistic toddlers. Important aspect of my process was the involvement of 'autism experts'. During exploration I did this by means of contextmapping techniques. I evaluated LINKX on paper with parents and tested the prototype with three autistic children in several play-sessions."


A feast for your eyes.


I know, I know, this is not the kind of thing we usualy post on this blog, but… It's just irrestible! (only portuguese will understand but I will kind translate)

*In an online portuguese auction site, kind of like eBay, someone is selling a 14" monitor. Question asked: "Is it a TFT ou or CRT?"
Answer: "I don't care. If t's in the Lisboa area I can deliver it by hand."*

Seet it for tourself.

Thursday, April 12, 2007

Maciej Hajnrich portfolio

Maciej Hajnrich aka Nietylko updated portfolio. A must…


It's always nice to see good work. Check-out what bbsaunders has been doing.

Richard Colman

Some interesting artist work from Richard Coleman.

Fabcel - color changing textile

"Fabcell is a flexible, non-emissive, and multi-color fabric module. In Fabcell, fibers dyed with liquid crystal ink and conductive yarns connected to electronic components are woven into a square textile. By applying voltage to the conductive yarn, and changing the fabric's temperature, the color of fabric surface can be changed. Arranged in matrices, Fabcells display images on the curves of flexible textiles. And used for clothing or with soft objects, it enables them a new expressions of visual imaginary."


Browsegoods is an online store made in ajax and based on amazon products that uses google maps style navigation. You can zoom, pan, click, you name it. Fun e easy to use. You have got to try it!

Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Music Textile

Music textile is a large tactile interface for playing electronic music. The performer plays it simply by moving his / her hand onto it. The hand contact XY position is transmited to a computeur via a 12 Bytes resolution Midi card. This allows 4000 by 4000 points resolution. Two conductiv fabrics are fixed on a frame, each one weaved with conductive threads in a different direction. When the performer presses any point of this textile instrument, the two fabrics connect and the current eletrical value is sent to the computer. It's simply based on a voltage divider resistive principle. I developed this project at the National Scool of Industrial Creation (ENSCI) Paris, France, for my diploma in december 2005. Since then I got specialized in the creation of inovating electronic textiles and I continued to develop this music textile.

via We Make Money Not Art

The write/here project

The write/here project offers a critical exploration of public and personal relationships with Hobart, installed across twenty-seven advertising billboards during Ten Days on the Island, 23 March until 01 April 2007.

Tuesday, April 10, 2007

PUMA lança campanha em balões

No passado dia 17 de Março de 2007 a Puma lançou em Antuerpia 2000 balões numa campanha para anunciar os novos produtos da linha de golfe.

Nada de estranho se os balões não tivessem sido cheios com hélio e transportassem flutuando peças da nova colecção. Estes foram lançados e Meier, uma movimentada rua de lojas, assim como perto de paragens de autocarro, táxis e estações de comboio.
O intento era enaltecer as características lúdicas e de fácil transporte e armazenamento da linha.