Amazing design in this NYC loft.
Down the hallway, one side is a solid wall that separates the private spaces from the public ones while the other side is composed of wood and glass that helps define the semi-private spaces. The double-layered glass holds semi-transparent fabric inside it to allow natural light in while creating a sense of privacy.
NIDHOGG IS SO GOOD IT MIGHT DESTROY MODERN SOCIETY
Laughing all the way to the apocalypse.
Now playing. So good.
cdak by Quite & Orange
Demo written in 4k and winner at the Chaos Constructions 2010 demoparty, noted recently for being used in Valve’s recent demonstration of their VR technology.
Below is an embedded video of the demo, but I must stress that the video (nor the gifs above) do not do it justice - you really should download it and watch natively on your PC. It looks stunning.
You can download the demo at Pouet here
EDIT: Here is some techie background info that might interest some: http://www.pouet.net/topic.php?which=7909&page=1 ]
Eskimo | http://eskimodesign.ru
"Rebranding for online store Deerz. Main range of goods are sweaters and pullovers with Scandinavian patterns. Our task was to create monochrome logotype with unique lettering and sign, which could have adaptability for wide variety of goods. Creation of the cloth tags, buttons etc. was also included in the project."
“Eskimo” — one of the leading Russian design studio dedicated to the creation of logos, corporate identities, websites, illustrations. A small close-knit team working on the market for over 5 years, built up dozens of successful and implemented projects. Our main target — to solve specific problems of the client in the field of design. We appreciate our time and time of our clients, what’s why the rest information you could find in the portfolio.
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Pavegen is a system of tiles created by inventor Laurence Kemball-Cook that generate electricity using energy from footsteps. Depending on the force of the step, each footstep generates between one and seven watts, and the tiles can also be used to track patterns of crowd movement.
via Laughing Squid
Lanterns spotted in Little Tokyo, LA.
“The impulse to keep to yourself what you have learned is not only shameful, it is destructive. Anything you do not give freely and abundantly becomes lost to you.”
– Annie Dillard, who is really one of our great modern mystics, on writing and generosity of spirit. (via explore-blog)