Chris Ware talks about his work
Tony Montanaro: Theatre & Inspiration Trailer
Tune In Tokyo
Source of design unknown. Contextual link via Hugo d’Alte, here.
Tears by Philippe Caza. Via João Paulo Figueiredo.
Os GIFs animados psicodélicos do século XIX
Old tools made new with new technologies. Bravo! (Text in Portuguese). Launch project.
Not In California
Not in California is based out of Goiás, Brazil, and is offering some new courses in their educational platform. [Text taken directly from their announcement, in Portuguese.]
Bom dia galera.
Estamos lançando alguns cursos de curta duração voltados para Tecnologia, Design e Novas mídias aqui em Goiânia com professores de fora e profissionais com experiência no mercado internacional.
Vamos também oferecer gratuitamente encontros e mesas redondas pra discutir o mercado de tecnologia em Goiás, Brasil e no Mundo.
Estamos sempre de cabeça aberta e com nossos esforços focados na criação do profissional do século XXI preparado pra lidar com problemas reais do mercado.
Para saber mais visite: http://ed.notincalifornia.com/
[Text taken directly from Tate website]
Edward BURRA b. 1905
Painter in watercolour (frequently on a large scale) of sardonic genre and of scenes of violence and destruction; also landscapes and still life, often with macabre overtones. Born 29 March 1905 in South Kensington, London. Studied at Chelsea School of Art 1921–3 and the R.C.A. 1923–4. First one-man exhibition at the Leicester Galleries 1929; member of Unit One 1933, and exhibited with the English Surrealists 1936 and 1938. Travelled in Europe, the U.S.A. and Mexico. Made designs for the Camargo Society’s ballet Rio Grande 1931 and for several Sadler’s Wells and Covent Garden productions. A.R.A. 1963.
[OPD learned about his work because he was a huge early influence on Steve McQueen]
About him, on the Walker website.
Google and the World Brain
Made by pprwrk Studio, this custom @ symbol designed with multiple functions in mind; side table, magazine/book holder or pure eye candy. Link.
[Content taken directly from link]
Gender Swap is an experiment that uses the machine system as a platform for embodiment experience (a neuroscience technique in which users can feel themselves like if they were in a different body).
In order to create the brain ilusion we use the immersive Head Mounted Display Oculus Rift, and first-person cameras. To create this perception, both users have to synchronize their movements. If one does not correspond to the movement of the other, the embodiment experience does not work. It means that both users have to constantly agree on every movement they make.
Via Mirko Ilić.