Welcome to #The100DayProject home base! Here, you’ll find an overview of the project, discover how you can participate and follow other participants, and learn more about Elle Luna’s inspiration for the project.
HERE’S ONE OF Google’s best April Fools’ stunts yet: Open up Google Maps today and you’ll see, in the lower left corner next to the Street View option, a little screenshot of the classic arcade game Pac-Man. Click the icon and whatever part of the world you’re currently looking at will be procedurally Pac-ified…
Introducing a bicycle locking system designed to keep you feeling safe. We went back to the roots of security and made a paradigm shift: “Make a lock out of the bike”. Now a thief would have to cut through the main structure to take the bicycle, defeating the purpose.
A painting of a pistol, colored in with the American flag, against a patterned blue backdrop, hangs on the wall at London’s Graffik Gallery. In the barrel sits a bright, red rose. Underneath the gun, in Persian calligraphy, it says, “Through love, thorns become roses.”
It’s a kinetic sculpture that looks like an alien egg.. Takeshi Murata Made An Animated Sculpture That Melts Into Itself | The Creators Project. “Melter 3-D” is a zoetrope, but it’s physical
In this historic issue of Print magazine, celebrate Print’s 75th anniversary with a one-of-a-kind feature from Debbie Millman and much more. Explore not only the impact of Print magazine, but the history, evolution, and future of print design—and what it all means for designers.
“The Royal Albert Hall was built to fulfill the vision of Prince Albert (Queen Victoria’s consort) of a ‘Central Hall’ that would be used to promote understanding and appreciation of the Arts and Sciences and would stand at the heart of the South Kensington estate,
To really understand the world, we need to hear from different people with different perspectives. Unfortunately, though, conventional media sources in the West often fail to provide an array of diverse viewpoints. Women, minorities, and other marginalized groups in particular continue to be underrepresented in bylines across the industry. In the process, those seeking credible, […]
Print is a bimonthly magazine about visual culture and design. Founded in 1940 by William Edwin Rudge, Print is dedicated to showcasing the extraordinary in design on and off the page. Covering a field as broad as communication itself—publication and book design, animation and motion graphics, corporate branding and rock posters, exhibitions and street art—Print covers commercial, social, and environmental design […]