To Whom It May Concern: (TWIMC) is an interactive installation which functions as a metaphor for a software application, programmed by Michelle Son, in which the user experience is recreated in a real-time physical space. Having control over the functions and features built into the application, users are invited to step into the programme to explore the features and visual effects by using their sense of smell, touch, sight and sound. Based on the simulated templates of Microsoft Word, users are immersed in a hyper real office environment where the virtual becomes tactile and the template is embellished. Watch the Movie.
Music video shot and directed by my friends John Henry Baliton and John Bollozos.
Interesting interview with NY Times Graphics Director Steve Duenes and Graphics Editor Archie Tse. And if you haven’t visited gestalten.tv in a while, you’ll be happily surprised by the vast library of videocasts they’ve been building – it’s an invaluable resource.
Beautiful videos and print work by multidisciplinary studio Special Problems. Above are two amazingly psychedelic videos for two of my favorite artists, Flying Lotus and Tame Impala.
Pete is a graduating Graphic Design student at the University of Brighton working for print, installation and web.
Frame-by-frame flash animation for the song “Lion in a Coma” by Animal collective. Created by Ori Toor for his final project at the Shenkar School of Engineering and Design in Israel.
Today we’re adding the second title to the newly created TSA Library. As with most additions to our Library we’ll also be giving away one free copy. To find out how to win, read the info at the bottom of this post.
For many, Milton Glaser is the personification of American graphic design. Best known for co-founding New York Magazine and creating the enduring I ♥ NY campaign, the full breadth of Glaser’s remarkable artistic output is revealed in this documentary portrait, Milton Glaser: To Inform & Delight. From newspapers and magazine designs, to interior spaces, logos and brand identities, to his celebrated prints, drawings, posters and paintings, the documentary offers audiences a much richer appreciation for one of the great modern renaissance men.
Artfully directed by first-time filmmaker Wendy Keys, the film glances into everyday moments of Glaser’s personal life and captures his immense warmth and humanity, as well as the boundless depth of his intelligence and creativity.
Director: Wendy Keys
Producer: Wendy Keys and Edgar B. Howard
Katrina vanden Heuvel
Technical: 73 Mins | 16:9 | Stereo | Color | Not Rated
Awards: Best Educational Film Award, FIFA, Montreal; Official Selection Woodstock Film Festival; Official Selection Denver Film Festival; Official Selection Chicago International Film Festival
Win a free copy of Milton Glaser: To Inform & Delight
The first person to answer the following question correctly, in the comments section of this post, will win a free digital download (via iTunes) of Milton Glaser: To Inform & Delight. To enter you must be a U.S. resident and have an iTunes (U.S.) account.
What movie character is thought to be based off of Milton Glaser?
**** Winner announced: Congratulations to Melissa Cayabyab. ****
Undoing is a butoh performance series that explores modes of erasing the individual mind’s claim to the body. This radical point of erasure between object and subject is pursued in order to achieve a quality of emptiness. Once the individual has been eclipsed, the ego silenced, the body will be danced. Undoing will undo itself everyday on the Drostdy Lawns at the National Arts Festival Grahamstown.
Costumes: Black Coffee
Styling: Nicole Van Heerden
Photography: Brett Rubin