Data + Design Project

Tired of Boring Selfies? This App Lets You Create a Pixelated 3D Printed Avatar of Yourself

Friday 02.21.2014 , Posted by
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It used to be good enough to take a selfie and pop it up on Instagram, but no longer: two French creative whizzes have created LEBLOX, a soon to be released app that will let you create a 3D printed, pixelated version of yourself. Let the 8-bit frenzy begin. [Read more...]

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Convincing Animal Sculptures Made from Old Junk

Sunday 12.01.2013 , Posted by

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Taking discarded junk and turning it into sculptures isn’t exactly new, but these fantastic sculptures from Edouard Martinet have something that most don’t: a striking resemblance to the animals they represent and a level of detail that only years of experience could create. Using vintage metal from old bicycles, electric fans, spatulas, and other discarded bits, he has created a surprisingly convincing body of work. [Read more...]

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Bob: A Dreamy New Music Video from LSD ABC Animator Laura Sicouri

Tuesday 10.22.2013 , Posted by

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This music video is so seriously cool it hurts. The latest installment from Laura Sicouri, it’s the tale of a young boy on the road of introspective adventure and exploration… or so it seems with all the stylish car driving and distant places he’s headed. It’s the video for french band Saint Michel and the track Bob off their recently released album, Making Love & Climbing. [Read more...]

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BMD Design Serves Up Tasty Retro Typography

Sunday 07.07.2013 , Posted by

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With an aged patina of motor oil and the healthy scent of flaming exhaust wafting through the air, BMD Design out of Bordeaux France has some vintage influenced designs that will get any motorhead or rummage sale enthusiasts mouth drooling. Forget about digital perfection, this is the hand-made, home-spun article and the rubbed off paint is there to prove it. BMD has made a name for itself with old-school iconography and well organized flourishes of typography… it’s a style often attempted but rarely executed with such deft skill. [Read more...]

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Travellers: Bronze Statues in Search of Themselves

Wednesday 06.05.2013 , Posted by

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Life can often leave you feeling a bit lost for purpose, perhaps even empty inside, but there’s a great way to regain your clarity on what matters in this world: go traveling. Bronze sculptor Bruno Catalano has created an fascinating series of sculptures called “Travellers” which depict people setting out on their journey with suitcase in hand and the center of their bodies missing. It’s as if that hole is their lost self, and they’ve set out to rediscover it. [Read more...]

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Fold Your Own: 3D Lampshade Animals in Paper

Tuesday 02.19.2013 , Posted by

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For anyone who’s a fan of a little DIY, these lampshades will both warm your heart and brighten your home. Created by the duo Maik Parfahl and Wolfgang List of the interdisciplinary design/sound/architecture collective mostlikely, the collection features a managery of faceted animal heads you fold into 3D form yourself. [Read more...]

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Voice Over: A Tragedy with a Twist

Monday 02.18.2013 , Posted by

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In this award winning short film we get far more than one tragedy – we get three for the price of one. Voice Over, an award winning short from French director Martin Rosete and screenwriter Luiso Berdejo follows these three stories with heart and mind wrenching intensity, weaving together a story which is at once entertaining and difficult to watch… but one which ultimately pays off with moving elegance. [Read more...]

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Animal Illustrations: High Tech or Tribal?

Tuesday 12.04.2012 , Posted by

These animal illustrations seem to have wandered out of some high-tech training facility, one where they engineer the latest and greatest creatures of the wild. Then again, they could have been created by a secret tribal society using their ancient knowledge and sacred patterns. Each face-forward portrait is composed of finely detailed patterns, many looking like printed circuit boards, others looking closer to patterns lifted from mandalas. The final creation is readable from far, and fascinating up close. [Read more...]

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This is the Remix: Nostalgia Inducing Cassette Tape Art

Monday 12.03.2012 , Posted by

Dear cassette tape, your days seem to be almost over. I’ll pour a little bit of my heart on the curb for you my long lost friend, with your sweet, sweet 60 minutes of repeating musical goodness. Sometimes you were an obsessively crafted gift from friends or lovers; other times a filling station purchase of perfect road trip tunes. You made me appreciate music like never before, cherishing each song all the more because I couldn’t impatiently push a button and skip right to it. [Read more...]

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In Color: Paris On the Eve of World War 1

Thursday 11.22.2012 , Posted by

Welcome to Paris in 1914. It was a time when automobiles were few, the bohemian lifestyle was flourishing, and Picasso was painting guitars while developing Synthetic Cubism. It was a moment in time when Europe was still at peace, and the French capital sat unknowingly on the eve of the First World War. [Read more...]

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