Data + Design Project

Then and Now: Brothers Recreate Old Family Photos with Charmingly Awkward Results

Wednesday 01.22.2014 , Posted by
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Designer Joe Luxton and his brother have been recreating childhood family photographs as their adult selves. Like so many things, we’ve seen this concept a number of times before, but there’s really something about the attention to detail and awkward situations these two have remade that sets this collection apart. [Read more...]

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Back to the Drawing Table: Architectural Pencil & Pen Drawings of Nature

Wednesday 01.22.2014 , Posted by
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Armed with a drawing table, compass, & protractor, Rafael Araujo draws mathematically complex three dimensional fields with gentle swirls of nature. Butterflies sweep through the networks of perfectly spaced lines and shells spiral out of the precisely calculated fibonacci sequences. While this look is quite simple for a computer to produce with a 3D program, Araujo insists on doing things the old fashioned way with pencil and architectural tools. He calls this series Calculation. [Read more...]

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Back to the Future: Behind the Scenes Shots Just Before the Age of CGI

Tuesday 01.21.2014 , Posted by
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Watching today’s movies, you’re never quite sure if it’s real or if it’s computer generated. But that wasn’t the case a few years back, and these pictures from the three installments of Back to the Future really drive it home. Where would Marty McFly and Doc Brown be without a flying DeLorean, hoverboards and a souped up steam locomotive? Probably back in boring old 1985. [Read more...]

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Miniature Worlds in a Bubble: The Coolest Terrariums You’ve Ever Seen

Tuesday 01.21.2014 , Posted by
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Ever since watching ‘The Making of Star Wars’ in 2nd grade, Tony Larson has been captivated by fantasy set design. For fun, he creates terrariums that would up the coolness factor of any home or office. From famous landmarks like Stonehenge and Easter Island, to scenes from Star Wars and Jurassic Park, each miniature landscape is so meticulously decorated that you will wish you could swap places with the plastic figurines inside. Growing up in International Falls, MN, also known as the “icebox of the nation,” Larson turned to photography and crafting to keep warm and busy throughout the long winters. Aside from creating dioramas that put most peoples’ finest school projects to shame, Larson loves DJ’ing, Film Editing, Cinematography, Special FX, and Audio Production. [Read more...]

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Beautiful Animal Kingdom Series Pairs Unlikely Animals in Symbiotic Illustrations

Monday 01.20.2014 , Posted by
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If there’s one word to gauge a good natured working relationship, it’s symbiosis. From understanding the needs of both parties and acting when we observe them, to giving back in unexpected and surprising ways, it’s all a beautiful dance we must follow each day. In that spirit, visual agency Column Five gives a gift to their partners and publishers every holiday season. This year they’ve created a stunning series of fine art limited-edition letterpress prints and a gift set inspired by one of the Five Columns of their mission statement: “Be Good to Each Other.” The result is 3 nature inspired images to ponder and enlighten. [Read more...]

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Beauty: Classic Paintings Spring Into Motion in This Stunning Film About Life

Monday 01.20.2014 , Posted by
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What do we do when standing before the classic paintings of years past? For many of us, as we gaze at the beautiful flourishes of paint that make up icons like Sir John Everett Millais’ Ophelia or William-Adolphe Bouguereau’s Birth of Venus, the aim is making them real in our minds eye. However fantastic the scene, can we believe that these images are real? This recent film called Beauty is helping us to realize that yearning, bringing the paintings of old into an entirely new light by putting them into stunning motion. [Read more...]

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Tangled Graffiti Paintings Depict Erotica and War

Monday 01.20.2014 , Posted by
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What is the relationship between sex and war? Chicago painter CJ Hungerman explores this question using erotic imagery as vehicles for destruction. As ‘silly’ as these complex narratives visually appear the artist intelligently offers an approachable context, sex and humor, from which to dissect important contemporary issues like technology, politics, and freedom. [Read more...]

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Women Under Wraps: Eerie Photos On Domestic Life

Sunday 01.19.2014 , Posted by
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At first glance, the brilliant florals, silks, and taffetas that photographer Patty Carroll captures in her project “Anonymous Women” exude an attractive aura of domestic luxury. However, upon closer inspection, the idea of “home sweet home” quickly becomes all too saccharine. As the garish textiles are revealed to hide trapped female figures beneath them, the series peers into the cult of domesticity with a startling double vision. [Read more...]

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Danced into Reality: Heather Hansen Creates Art Using Her Body and Charcoal

Friday 01.17.2014 , Posted by
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Part dance, part performance art, Heather Hansen creates stunning art using her body, charcoal and a paper surface on the floor. Her work showcases the fluid motions of the body and the symmetrical forms that it creates as she twists and bends over the sheet. The results are wonderfully curving arcs which, like the emotive motions of dance, have just the right balance of passionate imperfection. [Read more...]

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An Artist’s Vision of Inflationary Multiverse Theory: A New Video by Tatiana Plakhova

Thursday 01.16.2014 , Posted by
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Inspired by the lectures on Inflationary Multiverse Theory by Russian-American theoretical physicist Andrei Linde, Tatiana Plakhova has created a beautiful graphic video. We highly recommend that you watch this video in full-screen. Then sit back and travel through the universe on this amazing journey. [Read more...]

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