Biometrics and music merge to create BIOBEATS.
Check out this video to watch experiment live!
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When client hands you feedback that you don’t really want to hear, why not jazz it up as with some humor and flavor? A group of ad creatives, designers, animators, directors, and illustrators did just that.
These were some of our favorite quotes transformed into posters.
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We don’t often post about our own work, but we’re pretty thrilled with the last three websites we’ve designed, so we figured we’d give them a home here and show them off while we’re at it!
Visit our Behance page for more projects by Learned Evolution.
Client: AM Only
A North America based company representing well known electronic music artists.
Client: The Juice Box
Vancouver’s premier organic cold-pressed raw juice.
Client: Jazz and Colors
30 Bands. 30 Locations. 1 Setlist.
Yochai Matos infuses art with a bit of religious humor. With tube lights fixed to a wall in halo fashion, passersby can now strike a pose and get their divine rights. ON.
Thanks Lost At E Minor for this feature.
It is with absolute delight and pleasure that we welcome our newest artistic medium to the global scene. Ladies & gents-
Artists add more “pep to our step” with these mind bending paths, manifesting in new cutting edge, yet environmentally conscious, footpaths, bridge walkways, and city streets to name a few.
Might this be incentive to drive less and walk more?
While you ponder, enjoy these breathtaking shots thanks to our friends at Flavorwire.
Agueda, Portugal // Photo credit: Patricia Almeida
Nikola-Lenivets, Russia // Photo via inhabitat
Halsteren, Holland at Fort de Roovere // Photo via ArchiExpo
Duisburg, Germany // Photo via Architizer
Seine River in Paris // Photos via Designboom
Chicago’s Logan Square neighborhood // Photo via Colossal
Photo credit: Luzinterruptus
Chicago’s Millenium Park // Photo via Co.Design
Shafer, Minnesota // Photo via Colossal
Memphis // Photo via InfraBodies
LACMA, Los Angeles // Photo credit: Art & Perception
Chalky Murals // Photo via Huff Post
Chalky Murals // Photo via Huff Post
20 Years of @blueribbonnyc has led us all to this moment. God bless the Brombergs. #brooklynbowl
Color ball explosion
Charlotte’s lone paw tracks in the #snow #brooklynbowl #brooklyn #nyc
TEEBS’s “voice” could not be any more distinct, both sonically and visually: one that is collaged, multi-layered, and invites the viewer to fill in the mysterious gaps.
His sounds course through the body in a way that his visuals move the eyes, revealing bits and pieces of a story that unfolds with every beat and stroke.
The magic begins here:
If there was ever a site called FurniturePornDaily (akin to FoodPornDaily: Click, drool, repeat), “Laser Bean Sparkle Palace” would be the poster child, no doubt. Thanks to artist John Foster.
Essentially a life-sized colorful “diamond in the rough,” the table’s DNA is sophisticated in design yet simple in material: stacks of acrylic icosahedrons engineered from multiple layers of glass.
Place this table near a source of light and you’ll have yourself an incredibly captivating light show.
Peter Jellitsch, Austrian artist and architect behind the installation “Bleecker Street Documents,” manifests truth and beauty grounding our invisible force field into palpable drawings, models and installations. In this piece, Jellitsch used a radio-wave measuring device over the course of 45 days in the same New York residence to measure Wi-Fi signals.
The final manifestation: a 3-D infographic-inspired model chronicling spikes and drops of a Wi-Fi signal, a framed explanation of these waves, and his original handwritten data points on which the former two were based.
“Bleecker Street Documents” has been likened to Joseph Kosuth’s conceptual piece, “One and Three Chairs,” where the triad of chair, photograph of the chair, and description of the chair stand to symbolize the overlooked, yet fluid relationship between language, image, and object.
In an interview with BITE magazine, Jellitsch lets us in a secret, “For me, it is no longer necessary for architects to think in measurements such as meter, kilometer, or decibel anymore,” rather “Kilowatt, hertz, and terabyte are the emerging dimensions for our environment today.”
In the Warby Parker 2012 Annual Report, an eye-grabbing, interactive infographic is born. Filled with all the “best of” company moments and beautifully crafted with an array of charts, photos, and videos, this infographic breathes new inventive life into the traditional report. Scroll through and click around to explore the culture defining vintage inspired eyewear.
Some might dub this obsolete caveman behavior, but in the era of typewriters and super minimal digital noise, writers united in a shared need for creative hibernation and solitude (coming out of the cave for the occasional catch up with loved ones and friends).
In the ever abounding age of digital saturation, carving out the perfect mind+body space becomes a must for optimal creative output.
Tune in to the daily routines of these famous writers: Ray Bradbury, Joan Didion, E.B. White, Jack Kerouac, Susan Sontag, Henry Miller, Simone de Beauvoir, Ernest Hemingway, Don DeLillo, Ben Franklin, Haruki Murakami, William Gibson, Maya Angelou, Anais Nin, and Kurt Vonnegut.
Thank you Maria Popova for this insightful post!
Ben Franklin’s Routine!
WTHR is the brainchild of David Elegena, a simple yet captivating delivery of real time weather in one visually succinct interface. One dial, three partitioned screens, and a whole swath of emoticon-inspired weather symbols. All of that then topped off with weather’s real time status, be it “stormy & 22” or “sunny & 85.”
Get down with smart design. Get updated with WTHR.
Thank you ISO50 for sharing this beauty with us.