In an increasingly mobile world, we see a lot of exciting 3rd party apps that capitalize on our need to do more. Here are a few of designer Lane Kinkade’s personal favorite mobile apps.
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Haute Cuisine, Pt. I: “Deconstructivist Cuisine”
I’ve always considered food to be the most direct connection to a culture, so in a 3-part blog series I’m going to cover cuisines that push the limit about what we come to expect from food, warping aesthetics, changing structure, taste, blending cultures, and making us question what’s edible. In this first part, “Deconstructivist Cuisine,” I’ll look at El Bulli as a case study and a shining example of this culinary movement.
PSA: Dumb Ways to Die
“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).
Star Wars & Medieval Manuscripts: A Tasteful Juxtaposition
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.
Gotye – “Giving Me a Chance”
After a year of having Gotye continually shoved down my throat with “Somebody That I Used to Know” I was apprehensive to check out his latest video released last week “Giving Me a Chance.” I’ll go on record saying: Gotye is officially NOT a one-hit wonder.
From Lite to Dark: A Heavy Look at the Design of Microbrew Packaging
Being from Oregon, I have an inherent arrogance and self-proclaimed knowledge of all things lager, amber, ales, porters, stouts, hefeweizen, microbrewed, delicious and culturally profound.
Tap to Retry
Tap to Retry is a Stop Motion animation project created by Neta Cohen as her graduation film from the Bezalel Academy of Art & Design in Jerusalem.