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Monthly Archives: December 2014

AWWWARDS! Inspiration!

Where do you look when you need some design juice to satisfy your thirst for wonderful web experiences? Let us know where you like to look but for me I like to look at this website: If you haven’t checked it out and you are interested in website design, you must go look it […]

Tom Whalen’s Strong Stuff: Illustration Inspiration

    Another student in our class posted an entry about movie poster design and how boring and monotonous it can be and I couldn’t agree more. I wanted to share with you all one of my favorite illustrators whose work doesn’t always make the arena of the big screen but is still very popular. […]

Designing for the 5 Senses and Why Sex is so Good!

WATCH THIS VIDEO. Eeee, sorry for being bossy but hey, it is a short watch and presents a very interesting idea plus it has over a million views. Get with it! Ok now that you have watched this and you know why sex is so good (oh so now you decide to watch this video) […]

The Beautification of Information

“I want my information and I want it NOW!” This cry for information is a byproduct of the millennial generation being raised on the almost instantly accessible vast amounts of data more plentiful then ever before. Not that all of this data is true or credible, but that is a whole different story or another […]

Redefining the Magazine

As a designer we are constantly trying to keep our minds fresh with new graphical inputs and understandings. As we search for these new inputs we are sensitive to both the design of and information contained within a publication. I love reading magazines and it has been a hobby of mine for over 5 years. […]

Walking (Running) Dead Simulator

Like the majority of full-time students like us, there’s a great deal of time spent working, and conversely not a lot of time spent working out. What could be the solution to motivating us to get out of our desk chairs and getting some cardio in? Running from zombies. Duh. Developed by writer Naomi Alderman, […]

Rock Homes

If you thought home designs couldn’t get any more natural, then check this out.   These homes are built  around rocks and stones as part of their design.  Some of these homes are built on quarries, mountainside and even lava fields.  They’re cost-effective since they incorporate the stones and boulders  into the home instead of […]

Shipping Container Design

In the setting of a post-nuclear apocalypse, will human survival come down to design? Of the (hopefully unnecessary) housing plans people have come up with for not dying, my favorite is the usage of the steel storage container. It’s small enough to disguise itself among other units in a container shipping yard, but sturdy enough in […]

Cicret Bracelet

Are you tired of carrying your tablet or phone around with you all the time? Here is the Cicret bracelet! A device that projects an image of your cell phone on to your forearm.  You can use it as if you were holding your actual cellphone.  The Circet uses Pico Projectors and features 8 proximity […]

Anime Art evolution

  I came across an article about how anime art has change throughout the years. As an anime watcher, I knew that the animation has gotten better but in terms of character designs, I didn’t know specifically what has changed. This short articles breaks down the changes from the early 1990s to 2010.     […]