Back in 2013, the Canadian government announced some passport updates. Mostly, these were new security features – digitally embedded photos and electronic chips – as well as updated renewal terms and watermarks. And if your eyes glazed over reading that list, you walked right into their mild-mannered, hockey-playing, maple-flavored trap. What they didn’t mention is that hidden […]
Visual design is amazing, right? It’s why Jess3 focuses so much data visualization – because turning complex ideas into art is powerful. That’s why, every Friday, we’ll be celebrating awesome design from artists that inspire us, in the hopes that they’ll inspire you too. ———— This sign that appears to say only “RISK” contains an […]
It’s been a crazy year and guess what – it’s only gonna get crazier! So let’s take a very quick moment to take a breath and wish each & every one of you a very happy Christmas and a happy & healthy New Year!!!
Hanukkah starts tomorrow, December 8th! Wish your friends a happy and properly-spelled holiday, courtesy of JESS3.
“Dumb Ways to Die” is a cute, gruesome, fantastic musical PSA commissioned by Melbourne Metro (that’s Australia for the layman). Had PSA’s been this interesting when I was little I’d have paid alot more attention to them (would’ve saved me from putting a screwdriver in an electrical outlet).
How do you inspire an entire workplace to collaborate better? As thought leaders in the field of office collaboration, Mindjet wanted to walk the talk and inspire their team, so they came to JESS3 to design and install custom murals on “great collaborations in history” for their new office in the heart of San Francisco. Having done our own mural in the original JESS3 HQ in the DC office, we were excited to tackle a new mural experience. More than anything, we enjoyed helping Mindjet create a physical representation of their new, collaborative outlook.
This Saturday in LA is the book release for Milk and Honey: Contemporary Art in California, edited by Justin Vanhoy and published by Ammo Books. I have the honor of being included, alongside such amazing California based artists such as Ed Ruscha, Barry McGee, Mel Kadel, Chris Burden and Megan Whitmarsh.
Star Wars fans and Medieval art historians rejoice! Thai artist Chawakarn Khongprasert managed to juxtapose the beloved Star Wars, and illuminated Medieval Maniscripts. Chawakarn has managed to bridge connections both as a visual storyteller and as a technical illustrator.
I love this project by Vahram Muratyan. The book is a beautiful object too. Not to mention it’s a great reference for snackable content a la This vs That. As for the video it was directed and edited by Tony Miotto, the audio really does a great job of bringing it all to life.
JESS3 needs your help! We are collecting info about social and marketing behavior online for a new interactive piece we’re producing. We’re asking our friends and supporters to fill out this survey in exchange for a chance at free JESS3 stuff, http://jes3.com/SSP_1