December 28th, 2018

Welcome to Friday. And it’s the last one of 2018. That was fast.

I hope your holiday has been (and continues to be) fantastic!

Here we go…

Jon Ed De Vera: paper-cutting art

Jon Ed De Vera: paper-cutting art

“John Ed De Vera is a multidisciplinary designer, with a penchant for lettering, paper-cutting, and experimenting with different and new media.”

His work is lovely!

The 100 greatest innovations of 2018

The 100 greatest innovations of 2018

[self-explanatory]

Let the 2018 best-of lists beginnnnn!

Infernal Topography: Dante’s Inferno

Infernal Topography: Dante's Inferno

“The illustrated and interactive Dante’s Inferno, an alternative learning tool for the Divine Comedy first Cantica, made for aiding visual memory.”

This is a pretty interesting installation. If you’re a fan, it clarifies and organizes concepts of the novel, if you’re new, it’s a pretty great deep-dive / first look at the depths of this work.

Very well done.

G-Switch 3

G-Switch 3

Simply switch sides to avoid obstacles.

(Simply…)

Very addictive.

And that’s what I’ve got.

Have a great Friday, a great weekend, and a safe and Happy New Year!

See you in 2019.

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