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Leo Burnett - Raising the Roof (2010) - Awareness campaign for Canada’s homeless


Skull Brain by Emilio Garcia


Japanese box art for original Pokémon Game Boy games:

Pokémon Green (February 27, 1996).
Pokémon Red (February 27, 1996).
Pokémon Blue (October 15, 1996).


Christopher Boffoli , Food Landscapes


Dinosaurs are back on the prowl in Darius Twin’s amazing light paintings.


Not Sure If I Should Make This A Limited Edition Screen Print

Another Idea I had for the Gallery 1988 Memes Show


adventure timeee


Reverse of Volume 

by Yasuaki Onishi


The Evolution of the Web

The web today is a growing universe of interlinked web pages and web apps, teeming with videos, photos, and interactive content. What the average user doesn’t see is the interplay of web technologies and browsers that makes all this possible.

Over time web technologies have evolved to give web developers the ability to create new generations of useful and immersive web experiences. Today’s web is a result of the ongoing efforts of an open web community that helps define these web technologies, like HTML5, CSS3 and WebGL and ensure that they’re supported in all web browsers.

The color bands in this visualization represent the interaction between web technologies and browsers, which brings to life the many powerful web apps that we use daily.

Clicking on any of the browser icons brings up a cool visual history of the window design for each version.

Although there is a lot of data showing the version releases along the timeline, part of this design is just pretty.  The flowing colored bands seems to grow bigger over time implying increased usage of each technology, but their placement behind the browser lines doesn’t actual show which technologies were used by each browser. 

In fact, there’s a subtle marketing spin that has all of the lines converging behind the Google Chrome logo in 2008 and then exploding into the future.  And the HTML5 line seems to imply that it will take over the Internet in 2012.


Anne Lindberg uses thousands of strings to play with our perception in her large scale installations.

Lindberg on her work:

Neurologists have determined that the old brain holds the seat of our most primal understandings of the world. Goodwill, security, fear, anxiety, self-protection, gravity, sexuality, and compulsive behaviors generate from this lower cerebral core.

My sculpture and drawings inhabit a non-verbal place resonant with such primal human conditions. Systemic and non-representational, these works are subtle, rhythmic, abstract, and immersive. I find beauty and disturbance through shifts in tool, layering and material to create passages of tone, density, speed, path and frequency within a system. In recent room-sized installations, I discovered an optical and spatial phenomenon that excites me as the work spans the outer reaches of our peripheral vision. The work references physiological systems – such as heartbeat, respiration, neural paths, equilibrium - and psychological states.


To commemorate the original 151 Pokemon from Kanto, Tumblr artist Zeb Love created this awesome print. Each is hand painted / screen printed and on sale now for $50 at his online store. See how he made them here.

Welcome To Kanto by Zeb Love (Tumblr) (Facebook) (Twitter)

Submitted by: zeblove


by David Carson

Posted on April 10, 2012

Reblogged from: humoresques

Source: andren

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