The Murmur Study is an installation by Christopher Baker that consists of 20 thermal printers that are constantly working and pulling live data from the social networking and micro-blogging website, Twitter.
The book 'Creative City The Hague' design by Trapped In Suburbia itself is a creative building block where you can create interesting construction, symbolizing all the creative people working in The Hague.
Andreas Gursky is a German photographer best known for his massive architectural and perspective photographs. He uses extremely wide, panoramic-like angles to create an overwhelming sense of presence and space.
A Social Media Conversation - on where to stay in London for Design Week 09 ~ a round up of all the goodies on twitter and facebook and more ~ since you all helped, here's a look at how much i learned...
A Poster Show, by two aspiring graphic designers Kyle Green and Nico Curtis, visualizes their experience in Switzerland during the summer of 2008. They studied at the Basel School of Design with Wolfgang Weingart in his Basics in Design and Typography program.
SCU and CCA teamed up to compete on this years Solar Decathlon, event being help in Washington DC in October. Their house uses different passive strategies to reduce energy consumption and carbon footprint.
Cascade on Wheels is a visualization project that intends to express the quantity of cars we live with in big cities nowadays. The data set we worked on is the daily average of cars passing by streets, over a year.
SpY made this to highlight animal cruelty. He's also judging the League Against Cruel Sports 'Love Spain, Hate Bullfighting' poster design competition. Winner gets a weekend in London or Barcelona, and helping bulls.