Social Identifiers and social design trends are a big part of what I do, these are already finding their way into my blog and will have a place here in the coming future.
A pulse on design trends, usability/design/graphic quotes, amazing photography, and links to keep everyone busy, plus a few songs that are currently stuck on repeat.
This is getting to be a bit Apple focused and iPhone crazy. If you can't tell I love tech gadgets and the iPhone is my gadget of choice. I will be building an Apple gadget specific website soon so this area will be free'd up for more design related topics.
I really liked the pattern and the how that meets the boarder. Plus there are a lot of details in this piece. With many icon pieces and the relationship to deer I had to post this.
These color pieces kick ass. Exact and subtle, they create really great visual affects within your eye. Probably a real pain to make, but sweet to look at.
sweepmeup: Andy Gilmore
At first glance I didn’t understand what this was. I thought, sweet pattern. But then you realize that it’s plots of land with rotating sprinklers. Crazy.
I don’t see moving pictures as much as I see art in the technical process of a printer’s registration marks becoming so visually interesting when misaligned. Then you mix in this very analog act of embroidery and I’m hooked on the time, the idea, and the obvious color party that is happening through out my rods and cones.
thomforsyth: MOVING IMAGES CMYK Embroidery | Evelin Kasikov
Crazy colors. I have a few more of these I have to post in the next few moments. Keep an eye out for some really cool color explorations.
NOTE: I didn’t do any of these.
I want my next quilt to be made out of this print. Just out of this world.
andrewharlow: Andy Gilmore
Sweet Pixel Wrapping Paper. Too bad it’s only 2 sheets. Where’s the roll of pixel paper?
Just found this great work for Horologium, The World Is Not Enough. Art direction and design by Nikolay Saveliev for Horologium. It’s pretty intricate and well worth looking at more. Stuff like this pushes me to build greater work. BACK TO WORK!
Check it out here, jasonkobs.com/2009