• Designing something requires focus.

  • Beautiful data visualisation on New Yorkers starting their day - created by Accept&Proceed for the launch of Nike FuelBand

  • (Source: eduardolion, via blinkanditsover)

  • Fascinating feather sculptures by Kate MccGwire

  • Full Turn is a kinetic light sculpture by Benjamin Muzzin - constructed from two flat screen monitors placed back-to-back and spun at extremely high speed

  • Airbnb debuts the first film made entirely of crowdsourced Vines

  • Interactive art at its simplest, and best.. Leandro Erlich’s installation Dalston House

  • Lovely film & identity for the degree show of Camberwell College of Art | Graphic Design


  • Rafaël Rozendaal’s work on Seoul Square in Seoul, Korea on the world’s largest LED screen.

  • A futuristic vision of fashion, desolate of runway models and over-Photoshopped celebrities - promo for Italian jewelry designer Delfina Delettrez directed by Daniel Sannwald

  • Nike+ FuelBand tracks your all day activity and helps you to be more active - using a sports-tested accelerometer to measure your movement in NikeFuel, a universal metric of activity.

  • Leap Motion Controller is the first product to let users navigate and interact with supported computer applications using natural hand and finger movements. 

    It is up to 200 times more sensitive than existing motion-control technology and can track the movement of both hands and all 10 fingers up to 1/100th millimeter at up to 290 frames per second. It will be available beginning in May 2013 and will include access to Airspace, an application store. 

  • (Source: iheartmyart, via blinkanditsover)

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  • Swedish design graduate Erik Olovsson decided to travel around Sweden in a refitted camper van called Eriks Designbuss - working directly with local clients.

    Conversations around coffee instead of Skype meetings, helping small business around the country get up to speed with their visual communications. - A wonderful concept!