Category: Video

10
May

Animated typeface that uses bicycle parts

There are millions of different typefaces for designers to choose from or use as inspiration for their works of art. For example, I previously posted about SFDW’s gigantic mirrored letters or an alphabet made from cut and folded paper. This animated typeface from London-based CG and motion designer Marcel Piekarski completes letters of the alphabet with different bicycle parts.Continue Reading..

02
May

The rich man’s Supers Soaker: The Champagne Gun

On days when the weather is warm, both kids and adults alike enjoy cooling off by spraying each other with Super Soakers. And while spraying expensive Champagne all over people is a time-honoured way to celebrate, Miami-based company King of Sparklers have combined the two.Continue Reading..

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Apr

Happy April Fools’ Day from WestJet

Yes it’s another April Fools’ Day. For most of us it’s the most annoying day of the year, with people (and companies) trying hard to prank each other. In their continuing spirit of the day, WestJet has once again released its annual April Fools video.Continue Reading..

30
Mar

Portable device lets you match any colour

Have you ever come across a brightly coloured wall or a beautiful flower and wondered ‘what is that colour, because I want to use it in my design?’ Photographers and designers alike are really picky about colour. With a single tap, the Cube removes the guess-work from colour-matching and makes it easy to save and work with the colours that surround you.Continue Reading..

17
Mar

Swiss movement watches inspired by camera design

After 200 years of popularity, the wrist watch is slowly dying out because of smartphone technology. However, just because their being used less, doesn’t mean that there aren’t still some beautiful designs out there. If you’re a photographer, then you might enjoy these watches that combine the design elements of classic film and modern digital cameras.Continue Reading..

15
Mar

Tiny glass discs can store a whopping 360 TB of data for billions of years

If you keep all your designs, photos, or writing on a computer, you know that it’s important to have a backup just in case. Relying on sturdy, state-of-the-art hard drives to store our most valuable data is almost always an unwise decision. These devices are often at risk of disk rot or data rot, and are often fragile and susceptible to the elements.Continue Reading..

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