Monthly Archives: November 2009

Slow Card Flourishes.

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Slow Card Flourishes.
This guy Dimitri Arleri is an animal w. playing cards – this video Opera is just astounding.

Southern-grown Creatives.

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Southern-grown Creatives.
We just mulch them up and send them to Chelsea.

Choose Your Own Visualization.

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Choose Your Own Visualization.
Children of the 80s may remember those awesome ‘Choose Your Own Adventure‘ books, in which the reader determines the storyline by choosing to follow plot path options.  This site features some incredible Flash visualizations of the plot possibilities as motion animations.  Select a Title, and then hit the ‘Play’ button to watch the magic.

Chilean Deliciousness.

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Chilean Deliciousness.
My buddy Tom Caestecker is a Chicago-based wine reviewer – check out his latest column on Chilean reds here.  I just like hearing things described as “total fruit bombs”.  And what other wine review references the ‘sixth’ Rolling Stone?  Little Red Rooster, indeed.

Social Insecurity.

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Social Insecurity.
One of many really nice infographics from visualeconomics.com.

Splat.

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Splat.
Wow, incredible macro shot of mercury in motion.  One of a great set of liquid photographs here.

Brooklyn Fare.

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Brooklyn Fare.
Beautiful brand & packaging design work featured recently on Behance. Brooklyn Fare is a new, full service grocery store located in Downtown Brooklyn. The identity is very simple: one custom proprietary typeface (Fare Serif), four colors, and lots of witty copy. The text is useful in highlighting the store’s diverse range of quality products and […]

Test Driving the Fiesta.

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Test Driving the Fiesta.
Epic British test drive.  The Ford Fiesta put through the paces.

Hell’s Trademark Attorneys.

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Hell’s Trademark Attorneys.
Hells Angels win legal battle with fashion label Mambo over death head logo. WHEN the Hells Angels saw their “death head” logo on a Mambo sweatshirt, they reached not for the baseball bats of stereotypical bikie lore, but for their lawyers, in a bid to protect their intellectual property. The Australian has revealed that Gazal Corp […]

Social Media Ghettos.

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Social Media Ghettos.
I’ve noted before that the vast, competing social networking sites seem to be aligning to members based on socio-economic status. The Globe And Mail’s Lisan Jutras continues the topic: Last year, Facebook overtook MySpace in numbers of members. If you are like me, you made the switch because information was better organized on Facebook, and […]