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Caux Collective Redirects: Google’s Visual Assets Guidelines
Rewind a few years and Google’s visual identity would hardly have been seen as being at the forefront of graphic design. Now, however, thanks to the release of a digital, visual guideline to the company’s identity and design, it is clear to see, in remarkable detail, that the Californian internet-giants are making vast and impressive strides in becoming the company to beat, or perhaps more likely, to follow in graphic design.
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This Flat Sculpture Transforms Into A Table Before Your Eyes! by Roberto Van EmbriqcPart of the Rising furniture series, Robert van Embriqcs‘s Rising Table magically transforms from a sculptural flat surface to a captivating coffee table in a metamorphosis that is sure to dazzle your friends.
I expected somewhat of an explanation at the end of this, but no
admita, essa é a razão de querer este superpoder…
Creative AMMAR (Argentina’s Sex Workers’ Association.) Advertisement: 86% of sex workers are mothers. We need a law to regulate our work. - Yaratıcı AMMAR (Arjantin Seks İşçileri Derneği.) Reklamı: Seks işçilerinin % 86 annedir. Bizim çalışmalarımızı düzenleyen bir yasa gerekiyor.
Media Art & Technology Program
University of California Santa Barbara, 2006
The compass and straight edge are the most basic tools of Euclidean geometry (often the first instuments of a high school math class). From these simple devices, a wide range of mathematical puzzles and problems arise. Geomgen explores the elemental aspects of lines, circles and proportion through generative systems. Like fractals, Geomgen relies on iteration and substitution to produce a huge range of output. However, most fractals such as th Mandelbrot Set or th Serpinski gasket rely on deterministic iterative functions. Geomgen employs simple set of rules in a probablistic way, occasionally deciding to bisect a circle, to subdivide a line, or connect two points with a line.
Geomgen creates recursive, yet unpredictable, images of basic Eucliean geometry. By selecting both irrational proportions, and also pleasing ones such as the Golden mean, Geomgen produces images which are both in or out of balance. Due to its probablistic nature, the output often contains structure at multiple scales.