Largest Indoor Photo (40 Gigapixels) -> 360cities.net

This, to me, is very exciting on many levels. Above are screen grabs from 360cities.net, a site that I have posted about a few times before because I find it to be a really innovative space to discover 360 panoramic photos. What makes this image of the Strahov library in Prague so special, is the […]

Help Build The Rainbow Warrior -> Greenpeace

Greenpeace partnered with French agency DDB and the tech team from Les84 to design and develop this amazing site experience in an effort to gain awareness around the urgent need to replace their now iconic save-the-day ship named ‘the Rainbow Warrior’. A nice dramatic full-bleed video sets up the whole story and intent of the […]

Elian Cycles -> Keeping it Simple Since '05

Spring is in the air… and when that happens I’m usually thinking about bicycles and bicycle related projects. While browsing some new sites the other evening I came across this Holland based bicycle design shop called Elian Cycles. I like their montra of ‘keeping it simple’, their frames seem to have some interesting geometry going […]

Holger Schilling -> Während Ihr Schlieft (While You Slept)

Wurzburg, Germany based photographer Holger Schilling, created this photo series called ‘While you Slept’ (20th-century architecture of German single-family homes). I’m amazed at how his lighting technique, combined with his crisp capturing abilities and the minimalist subject matter can produce such a deeply rich and surreal effect. Especially when seen together as a series. So inspiring […]

Frame Rate Fest IE9/HTML 5 -> Microsoft

Microsoft created this designer/developer community site as a way to promote IE9 and also to showcase creative use of HTML 5. I like the overall ‘Tronish’ site design, the bold color palette and the general idea behind it’s purpose… It will be interesting to see what people submit.
Visit -> http://www.frameratefest.com/
 

Lundberg Loses It -> Kenny Luby

Lundberg Loses It from Kenny Luby on Vimeo.
This video is incredibly well done and guaranteed to keep you at the edge of your seat. I really like the purposeful transition from monochrome to color as well as the atmospheric timelapse effects. Watch it fullscreen and in HD for the best ride.
Excerpt from Vimeo:
“Hello. The idea […]

Recent Photos -> Skiing Stevens Pass (PNW)

Most of my skiing experience prior to this year has come from the east coast. So, as you can guess I’ve been very excited to get in on the pacific northwest flavor of the sport. The best part about living in Seattle is that big mountain access is only a couple short hours away by […]

A Brief History of Title Design -> Ian Albinson

A Brief History of Title Design from Ian Albinson on Vimeo.
This video was produced for the SXSW “Excellence in Title Design” competition screening. It’s pretty fun to see all of those old title screens that we’ve all become so familiar with build to present day. A complete list of movie titles shown can be seen on the […]

Cry Baby: The Pedal That Rocks The World -> Joey Tosi

Cry Baby: The Pedal That Rocks The World from Joey Tosi on Vimeo.
This is a great video documentary on one of my personal favorite music related inventions of all times, the cry baby effect pedal. Myself being a guitar player, collector and overall enthusiast for 24 years now, must admit that there are very few […]

Color Stereo Photographs -> San Francisco 1906

I first heard news of these fascinating and newly discovered stereo photographs this morning on the local news while getting ready to head off to work. Taken to be viewed through a stereo-optic viewer, these images were captured by color photography pioneer Frederick Eugene Ives in 1906, about six months after the massively destructive ‘Great Quake’ […]

Matta: Release the Freq -> Kim Holm

Matta – Release The Freq from Kim Holm on Vimeo.
I like the use of motion tracking, color filtering and atmospheric infographics in this video directed by motion designer Kim Holm. At times, it’s a little bit like watching a circa 1970s National Geographic wildlife video… in Webster Hall or something? Besides that, I really like […]

Next Stop Atlantic -> Stephen Mallon

A friend of mine posted this on her Facebook page today and I immediately took interest. The photo style and the subject matter was just too interesting for me not to investigate. These shots were taken by New York based photographer Stephen Mallon. What is happening in them is the MTA’s way of giving back to […]

Greenpeace through the lens -> Photographer Pierre Gleizes

Many of the more iconic and memorable photos taken of Greenpeace in action were taken by photographer Pierre Gleizes. As brave as he is talented, his works document some of the most important and pivotal environmental protests in modern history.

Immaterials: Light painting WiFi -> Timo

Immaterials: Light painting WiFi from Timo on Vimeo.
Ever wonder what the world would look like if we could actually see all of the invisible WiFi signals and other forms of digital connectivity right before our eyes? This is an interesting attempt at doing just that. More information is available about the project via the links […]