Future of The Airline Website? -> FI case study

Is This The Future of The Airline Website? from Fantasy Interactive on Vimeo.
This is an interesting case study by experience design agency, FI (Fantasy Interactive), exploring the ideal state of online travel booking and planning. With so many travel sites being a cluttered, difficult, high stress experience, this seems to be a breath of fresh […]

Burton -> [SNOWBOARDING]

With snow season fast approaching, Burton has started to release a new video series to help generate some real excitement amongst the rider community. I’m excited. Check out the teaser vid below. Here’s the skinny:
“This fall, Burton presents [SNOWBOARDING], a four episode web series highlighting the riding in four distinct environments: Backcountry, Street, Resort, and […]

Ascari -> Fine Bicycles

I believe there is a tipping point in design, when the craftsmanship of any given product becomes so highly refined and so special, that it starts to evolve into a work of art. Portland based Ascari bicycles seem to be on that end of the scale for sure. The welds, logo work, cranks… the attention to detail is […]

La Push -> Road Trip

Last week, my wife, some dear old friends, and I were fortunate enough to explore La Push, and the Hoh Rainforest, both located on the Olympic Peninsula. In short, we had an amazing time and the Olympic Peninsula is certainly a beautiful place to get lost. I posted a few of my mobile pics on […]

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Cleveland Museum of Art -> Interactive Experience

ArtLens – Visitor Created Tour – Cleveland Museum of Art from Local Projects on Vimeo.
I’m really excited to see this kind of innovation happening in my home town of Cleveland, Ohio. Especially at the amazing Cleveland Art Museum, one of my favorite places in Cleveland, outside of my parent’s kitchen table. The video above was […]

Salton Sea Revisited -> 5m Envelope

Salton Sea Revisited 5m Envelope from Xárene on Vimeo.
The goal and intent of the video created by Xárene Eskandar above, is to break the linear passing of time and to pull multiple times into one visual experience. The banding together of these different times also creates an interesting study on the transition of natural color change, […]

Snowshoe Art -> Simon Beck

It’s probably safe to say that some artists are in better shape than others depending on their medium. Ever since I’ve been following snowshoe artist Simon Beck via his Facebook page, I’ve been completely amazed by his efforts taking place in the French Alps. He’s documenting his entire journey as he creates these massive geometric […]

Personal top 5 -> Mobile pics 2012

2012 was another full year of ‘mobile’ photo snapping. I decided to look through and pull together a very light minded “top 5” from the few hundred or so photos that I’ve posted to my tumblr blog. They may not be the best photos from this year, but they’re my favorite of the bunch. Many […]

iPad -> Typewriter landscape

For those of us who insist on trying to turn our iPads into laptops, with keyboard and mouse accessories… why not just take it to the next level and get all old school with it? Very fun little invention.

Neil Dawson -> Horizons

Sculptor Neil Dawson is the creator of these massive illustrative blankets called ‘Horizons’ that are perched, or seemingly thrown on the rolling hills of Gibbs Farms (Kaipara Harbour, New Zealand). Having a look as if they had fallen from the pen of Ub Iwerks, these surreal but somehow complimentary sculptures add a nice dose of […]

Chasing the storm -> Nathan Kaso

Chasing the storm from Nathan Kaso on Vimeo.
Beautiful capture of the Plenty Valley and Yarra Valley in Melbourne’s outer east by Nathan Kaso using a Canon EOS 5D Mark II. Synced perfectly with the sound track, the short really holds your attention as the weather builds and displays its power.

Benoit Paillé -> Light Experimentation

I find these ‘Light Experimentations’ taken in northern Quebec to be very well captured and inspirational. Coming from a photographer who states “I hate landscape”, Benoit Paillé tries to create his own by modifying the environment with light. More beyond the link.
Visit -> http://www.behance.net/

Chaos Crew -> The Tattooed Poster

Notes from Site:
“In a celebration of some of 2011′s most newsworthy events, Munich’s Chaos Crew Tattoo Studio created a massive poster that shows the true art of tattooing by using a large piece of calfskin. By using the skin instead of creating an image and transferring the work to paper, the integrity of the original […]

Mobile Photos -> Personal Musings

It’s been a while since I’ve shamelessly posted any of my own personal musings and photo experiments. My mobile photo updates are now part of my weekly routine on tumblr, wether it was a conscious decision or not, I’ll never know. It’s fun. Lately, I’m getting a kick out of flipping my images, a simple trick, […]