A diverse group of artists were asked to conduct a Wikipedia search, and then to continue onto other articles through linked words, creating a “string” of ideas. The final form is a reader containing these articles …click on the pic below for more info
Monthly Archives: September 2009
“GoodMorning! is a Twitter visualization tool that shows about 11,000 ‘good morning’ tweets over a 24 hour period, rendering a simple sample of Twitter activity around the globe. The tweets are colour-coded: green blocks are early tweets, orange ones are around 9am, and red tweets are later in the morning. Black blocks are ‘out of time’ tweets which said good morning (or a non-english equivalent) at a strange time in the day.”
A while ago i mentioned the impossible project, to re-invent polaroid film and start production of it. Well, they work hard on it, some major problems have been tackled and others still waiting for your good ideas.. In the mean time they teamed up with the urban outfitters and there is a nice interview on this blog.
big money with this packaging and logo project at Pimtim. Send in your best work!
Dutch newspaper Telegraaf (online edition) brings a story about Pimtim. Here is the article in dutch
Summary: Stop the crisis by inventing new ways of bussines, so thats why the Telegraaf asked Vincent about how the idea of Pimtim came to life and how it works and how Pimtim was founded by five friends and then we went Live for about two months. Now more than 500 designers are registered and they come from more than 39 different countries all over the world. We are doing quite okay!