This wireless speaker by Jawbone delivers “biggest sound, smallest package.” This new portable speaker reaches up to eighty five decibels, and fills the largest rooms with hi-fi audio. This new product from Jawbone is pretty sweet, not only is
it small and easy to travel with, its design is simple and elegant. You can read all about it here.
This identity project was taken on by a design agency by the name of Maddison Graphic. The beautiful stationary design was created for a writer and journalist, Zoe Williams. The wonderful colors are complimented with black spot gloss, with the use of punctuation marks to make up the “Z W” logo. You can view the rest of the project here.
From a creative agency called Dentsu London, comes this beautiful piece of work. This 3D stunner was created for Canon’s Pixma brand, to celebrate the beauty of ink. With the innovative techniques used by Dentsu London, this is a commercial you will not forget. To read a little more about the process, go here.
With the new technology we have access to today, there are some pretty amazing things we can get accomplished. Slow motion is something I think we can all enjoy, and being able to slow things down and process in our mind the little details, is something I find very fascinating. The videos above were shot at 720p and 60 frames per second, through a Canon 7D. The videos were then edited with a plugin in After Effects called Twixtor, slowing things down to 1,000 and 2,000 frames per second. You can view more details here and here.
This beautiful home was designed by Longhi Architects in Punta Misterio, Peru. This
unique house was built into the side of the cliff, and elements of the cliff infiltrate inside the home. It has a breath taking view over looking the Pacific ocean in Peru. You can read more about the Lefevre House here.
friend of mine, Shelby White, had an idea inspired by the design community. His vision was to create a platform that allowed users to upload quality images that inspired them.
Designspiration is the outcome of his vision. Designspiration, or DSPN, focuses on the core principals of sharing, and really has some great features that you can utilize; like a live type search feature that works like a swiss army knife.
Shelby put in over 1,000 hours making this site a reality. And nearing the end of the project, I was called on to help test the site. Shelby and I put in many many hours testing the usability and thinking of the logic behind the site. It was definitely a privilege to be part of something so great. Click the DSPN image to view this awesome accomplishment, or if it makes you a little more comfortable, you can click Here.
As I was looking through my aperture library, I found a few photos
that I just felt like sharing. So here are just a couple of panoramas and a few portraits. Enjoy!