It is Friday. A belated Happy Thanksgiving to my US-based subscribers.
Here are some links for your Friday enjoyment.
» Irina Werning: Back To The Future
There’s also a part 1. Really meticulously done. Great stuff.
Discovered by Michael S.
» The Evolution of Western Dance Music
What a great little informational flash piece. Also useful to introduce people to new types of music generally. Well done.
Moustache as hair.
A very fun “discover as you go” flash game.
» Self PopTart
This one is making the rounds.
Sent in by several subscribers but I’ll name-check Ashy.
Happy Friday and have a great weekend everybody.
I dunno about you but I’m glad it’s here.
Let’s get it started in here!
» 24 hours in photos
“This installation by Erik Kessels is on show as part of an exhibition at Foam in Amsterdam that looks at the future of photography. It features print-outs of all the images uploaded to Flickr in a 24-hour period…”
According to recent stats, 3,000 images are uploaded to Flickr every single minute. This installation looks overwhelming.
» Occupy LegoLand
» Thomas Doyle – Surface to Air
Really fantastic sculptures. This is for an installation at LeBASSE Projects in Culver City, California.
» Jetpac: The Remake
A flash game that feels extremely old school but is very intuitive but challenging.
» Airplane Seating Chart
Happy Friday everybody.
Hello Friday people!
Here are some shiny web discoveries for you.
Some of you may already know this one. It was new to me.
Nicholas Felton documents everything he’s done in a year in a very comprehensive series of graphs and infographics. He’s done one every year since 2005. You can buy them.
His About page is also definitely worth a look.
Sent in by Stewie.
“The type kerning game.”
Actually more entertaining than you might think!
See also: ShapeType.
Sent in by Vanessa L.
» The Kitten Covers
Classic rock album covers, now with kittens.
I think my favorite at the moment is Alladin Sane.
A challenging little flash game. Nicely done.
» Women Struggling To Drink Water
Ohhh you wacky stock photographers…
Happy Friday, and have a fantastic weekend.
Friday again. Yay!
And it’s November!
A ridiculous amount of statistical analysis of the action content in all of the Michael Bay films so far. (Including the ‘splosions!)
Sent in by many subscribers.
» Minimalist effect in the maximalist market
An examination of how minimal the brand logo on a packaged product can be. I actually much prefer the more minimal version.
» 11 Common Myths You Thought Were True
Huh. Oranges are actually greens. Who knew?
A great little platformer flash game. More challenging than it seems.
Sent in by Ashy.
» Lego Diorama: Imperial Shuttle / Arrival of the Emperor
Lovingly re-created by Jay Hoff. Impressive!
Enjoy your weekend everybody.