From Poland comes a website full of little impressive experiments, some small and simple other a bit more complex but all very cool.
Be sure to check it out here: http://marpi.pl
Space is the Limit is the new site released by the interactive art director students at Hyper Island (Stockholm).
And it’s funny, well done and with a really cool concept! ( I won’t tell you more about it because I don’t want to spoil the surprise 😉 )
Go send your message into space here: http://www.spaceisthelimit.com/
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Today I bring you a work in progress of mine: the Rocking Box!
RockBox is the development collective created by me and Gabor Wraight to serve as brand for our work.
As I said it’s still work in progress and it will evolve with time, so I would love to hear your feedback!
Check out the Rocking Box!: http://www.rockbox.eu
From Roland Loesslein, for his semester project at the University of Applied Sciences Augsburg, Germany, comes a surprising project that comes to show just how Papervision3d can help with better viewing and understanding sets of data.
Be sure to check it out here: http://synoptic.weaintplastic.com/
Today we have yet another one from John Webber, from Webber Design, let’s hear his say on it:
We this was a joke when we first got the call to make a Cornhole site. Turns out Cornhole is quite popular in States like Ohio, Texas, Oklahoma and now California. Fresh off of our TittyBingo.com Papervision theme park, we started out on this one with the same depth in mind, but on a wider scale. This is the kind of site we can build on, the design is very free and open to possibilities as the company grows. I also composed the music several years ago and it finally found it’s home on Cornhole Beach. We snuck in a few Kegs into the scene so you know this is no Corona Beach (no Glass!).
Be sure to check it out here: http://www.westcoastcornhole.net/
From John Webber, over at Webber Design, comes a really cool site to promote a singer from Austin, TX who is breaking out on his own as a solo artist after many years as the front man of a well known Austin band Damesviolet. Our first instinct was to create an old building, but his management team said go futuristic. We also had total creative freedom down to the photography which we art directed and shot by our sister Anna. This is the design we came up with to bring Beaux to life. Try out the SWFaddress back button action. You can also hard link into any “page” and the camera moves to the appropriate position.
Be sure to check it out here: http://beauxloy.com/