Last month, in August 9-16, Australia’s leading design studios transformed an inner-city Sydney laneway into an inspiring, outdoor exhibition with the theme of “Humanity/Equality”, as part of Sydney Design 09.
From the 'Go Slow Cafe' in 'Pioneers of Change' on Governors Island, NYC in which elderly people prepare and serve food slowly. In the above plate, local food is served in bigger portions than imported food.
They Might Be Giants continue to amaze with their new line up of animated music videos. Added to the list, 'I'm Impressed' and 'I'm a Paleontologist'. Rob Shaw did a gorgeous job using paper robots in 'I'm Impressed' ...
Graffiti artist Erik Inkala will be utterly abandoning his roots by leaving Minneapolis Minnesota, and we're gonna celebrate! It's an art show of epic proportions with street art, photography, painting, music, dancing and more.
Australian illustrator, Lucas Grogan, with somewhat of a fetish for black and white tribal-inspired drawings. His pieces are a marvel of detailed and integrated lines, forms a dizzying maze of alien-themed pictographic images.
Chicago's 826CHI non-profit tutoring center, founded by writer Dave Eggers, just released their online store "Not A Secret Agent Store." Not only an amazing website, but the gadgets available are for the true secret agent.
Google Japan just released this short animated feature that shows how Google Maps’ Streetview function actually works.Perhaps to quell privacy concerns, perhaps not. Either way it’s clever and worth the watch.