Buenos Aires based photographer, Irina Werning, has an ongoing project inviting people to relive photo moments of their past.
Most of us are fascinated by their retro look but to me, it’s imagining how people would feel and look like if they were to reenact them today…
Check out the rest of the series here.
A year ago, IBM launched the Smarter Planet campaign, suggesting that by making the world’s systems smarter, many of its problems can be faced in completely new ways. But what actually happens when the planet gets smarter? Profits rise. Energy gets saved. Savings get made. Lives get saved. Systems and cities start to work. This new campaign shows the evidence of smart things happening round the world. The outcomes of building a smarter planet are drawn out in this print advertising campaign from Ogilvy France and Dutch Uncle London. Chicken Lips, Bino Wheels, Train Cases, Neck Tie, Pig Plate and Hold Up have been shortlisted for poster design at the London International Awards.
There are 12 of these posters so check them out at The Inspiration Room.
[thanks Mike B.]
If We Don’t, Remember Me is an animated gif blog dedicated to small details from film and cinema. Some of the really subtle ones are beautiful.
View them all here.
Google engineer Alexander Chen created an HTML5 site using a NYC subway map. A musical note plays when lines intersect or when you rollover. Try it for yourself at www.mta.me.
And read the article on Gizmodo or Fastco.
Evan Travelstead has created his own version of Darth Vader using typography and Vader quotes.
London-based graphic designer & illustrator Aled Lewis mashes up classic 8-bit video game characters into pictures he’s taken from his travels around the world. You might recognize some of his other work like The Horde T-Shirt on Threadless.
View the whole Video Games vs. Real Life series on Flickr.
[via The Jailbreak.]