Rejane Dal Bello is a senior designer at Studio Dumbar in the Netherlands.
Bradley G Munkowitz, AKA Gmunk, has reemerged after spending all of 2010 directing a small team of motion designers to concept/design/execute 12 minutes of holographic content for TRON: Legacy. His work never fails to amaze, and the new site is chock-full.
“Euthanasia Coaster” is a hypothetic euthanasia machine in the form of a roller coaster, engineered to humanely – with elegance and euphoria – take the life of a human being. Riding the coaster’s track, the rider is subjected to a series of intensive motion elements that induce various unique experiences: from euphoria to thrill, and from tunnel vision to loss of consciousness, and, eventually, death.
Design, engineering: Julijonas Urbonas
Health issues: Dr. Michael Gresty, Spatial Disorientation Lab, Imperial College, London
Model making: Paulius Vitkauskas
Photography: Aistė Valiūtė and Daumantas Plechavičius
Updates by Vanessa Lam, who recently graduated from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. Congrats!
Design duo David Mashburn and George Katz have linked to create Mashburn Katz
Maayan Pearl was an AD at I.D and is now at Businessweek. See the pattern? I met these girls earlier this week and aside from being amazing designers, are just plain awesome people. Her present and past work ranges from editorial design to book covers to illustration / type. I don’t even know what to say about these posts anymore except that some designers are annoyingly good.
You’ve probably seen Jennifer Daniel’s work before. NY Times, Good, the usual suspects of good taste. There’s a heaping pile of humor in most of what she does, which they don’t teach in art school. I’d love to see her high school notebook doodles.
A little break after being busy but I’m hopefully back on a regular basis. This is Emily Keegin. She does some wonderful things with objects and a camera.