Saturday, 16 July 2011
Janet Echelman. - This project makes visible to the human eye the patterns of desert winds. During the day, sunlight projects patterned shadow drawings onto the ground and pedestrians on their daily paths. At night, the colored illumination gradually changes color through the seasons. The large three-dimensional multi-layered form is created by a combination of hand and machine knotting of recyclable high-tenacity colored polyester that is replaced in new color variations at intervals. See more of Echelmans work here.
Tuesday, 12 July 2011
Introlight presented at SIGGRAPH 2010 in L.A.
It's purpose is to generate and control complex sounds and generative graphics in realtime with the entire body. The dancer's movements are captured by a markerless motion capturing system and trigger sounds and graphics in different ways.
Sunday, 3 July 2011
Been doing some design work for a place in Accrington and came across this lovely image. Its a publicity leaflet for the latest Ewbank carpet sweeper by 1920s graphic designer and poster artist Gregory Brown.