This is the last Friday of Winter, 2015 (and / or the first Friday of Spring, 2015.)
A pretty great day yes? I hope so.
And now: Friday Links!
“In their studio photographers Joakim Cortis and Adrian Sonderegger reconstructed the world’s best known photographs: the Concorde take-off, the Loch Ness monster, the footprint of the first human on the Moon and many others.”
These are fascinating!
Also reported in Wired and My Modern Metropolis.
Some extremely meticulous work here.
Now you can be a DJ from the comfort of your own web browser.
Google’s search autocomplete turned into a version of Family Feud. Guess how Google will autocomplete certain terms and you progress.
Completely addictive and entertaining.
Sent in by Emily J.
“Your goal is to fill the empty space and capture the monsters by building a wall around them.
You can advance to the next level once 80% of the space is filled.”
So basically: Pac Man meets Qix (a game I used to love!)
Pretty great. Very addictive.
“Designers know that putting words and visuals at an angle makes everything look more dynamic and interesting. Yet the Web is and has always been boringly straight. Introducing Bauhausify It, the bookmarklet that lets you see the web in a new, more interesting way.”
Try it on something really cluttered. It looks a little crazy.
Have a great weekend everybody!
See you in a week.