Olia Lialina's "net drama" Agatha Appears was written for Netscape 3 and 4 in HTML 3.2. Thanks to the work of folks at Budapest's Center for Culture & Communication Foundation, the piece is now back online!
The Path to Green Energy is a new set of layers on Google Earth trying to make it easier for solar and wind farm developers to figure out where they are least likely to meet resistance in their development.
KT: the listening room is an installation specifically designed for the Tokyo Designers Week 2008. KT: the listening room attempts to create a personal audio experience in a secluded and private space.
Graphic Designer and Art Director Alex Ostrowski, and Illustrator and Set Maker Hattie Newman have just finished building The Fedrigoni Mountains, an impressive model mountain range, fashioned using Fedrigoni papers.
Sculpted from a brown clay with a terra cotta color this is the American Sign language symbol for the word TELL. Artist/Crafter Judith Eloise Hooper uses her hands to create these wonderful hands of art.
Östgöta Mjölk is a small diary producer on the east coast of Sweden. The company is run by 7 milk farmers and the text on the cartons tell from which of the farms the product is from. Packing design by Olai & Lindgren.
Aerodynamic Eco-capsule, part gypsy wagon, part RV trailer, Nice Architect's Rolling Stone mobile home is compact, environmentally friendly materials, self-sufficient in terms of energy, water and waste.