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Don’t try this at home, kids: Pallets as skateboards – DC Velocity   Leave a comment

The capacity of people to be creative and use their resources is refreshing…… and that  “turns heads”…..http://www.dcvelocity.com/articles/20140825-dont-try-this-at-home-kids-pallets-as-skateboards/

Don’t try this at home, kids: Pallets as skateboards – DC Velocity.

Posted August 25, 2014 by arnoneumann in creativity

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BOUNCE – This is not a freestyle movie on Vimeo   Leave a comment

BOUNCE – This is not a freestyle movie on Vimeo on Vimeo

In consonnance with the opening of the FIFA World Cup in Brazil…….

via BOUNCE – This is not a freestyle movie on Vimeo.

Posted June 11, 2014 by arnoneumann in FIFA, Football, Soccer

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10 Brilliant Rube Goldberg Machines | Cool Material   Leave a comment

Complexity contrived in cartoons and in mechanics ….originally conceptualized  by Rube Goldberg :

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rube_Goldberg_machine :

“Rube Goldberg machine

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Rube Goldberg machinecontraptioninventiondevice, or apparatus is a deliberately over-engineered or overdone machine that performs a very simple task in a very complicated fashion, usually including a chain reaction. The expression is named after American cartoonist and inventor Rube Goldberg (1883–1970).

Over the years, the expression has expanded to mean any confusing or complicated system.”

 

10 Brilliant Rube Goldberg Machines | Cool Material.

http://philosophyofscienceportal.blogspot.ca/2010/07/rube-goldberg.html :

These animals unbelievably made from tissue paper are so fun   Leave a comment

“In what might be the most creative use of tissue ever, Fuyu Arai created this wonderful stop motion animation video for Nepia, a Japanese tissue paper company. It shows different animals like birds, dogs, kangaroos, frogs, etc. being formed through just tissue paper. The animation is so fluid that you almost believe that these tissue animals are alive.

Here’s the full video. The making of video that shows how all of this was done is below it.”

 

These animals unbelievably made from tissue paper are so fun.

Posted November 18, 2013 by arnoneumann in art, creativity

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The entire alphabet, photographed on butterfly wings   Leave a comment

 

“Nature photographer Kjell Bloch Sandved has amassed a massive collection of butterfly and moth wings, capturing a host of unusual patterns. Using those patterns, he has assembled entire butterfly alphabets.

This is just one of Sandved’s alphabets; he has a second butterfly alphabet and a more varied nature alphabet. He has posters of the alphabets available on his website, but he also sells custom prints that let you spell out names or messages in butterfly wings.

Butterfly Alphabet [via My Modern Met] “

 

The entire alphabet, photographed on butterfly wings.

Posted November 16, 2013 by arnoneumann in art, creativity, Photography

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ABSOLUT Vodka launches 4 million one-of-a-kind bottles | BLOG IN A BOTTLE   Leave a comment

Brilliant convergence of art, manufacturing and computer assisted packaging :

ABSOLUT Vodka launches 4 million one-of-a-kind bottles | BLOG IN A BOTTLE.

ABSOLUT VODKA LAUNCHES 4 MILLION ONE-OF-A-KIND BOTTLES

ABSOLUT Vodka are known for doing things a little differently when it comes to setting their product apart from the competition. But the company’s new ABSOLUT Unique campaign is a first for glass packaging. Under the slogan ‘One of a kind, millions of expressions’ ABSOLUT have released a limited edition range of bottles which are truly unique.

Each of the almost four million bottles produced for the campaign has its own spray-painted finish which is ultimately decided by the splash guns and colour generating machines. The machines could randomly choose from 38 different colours and 51 patterns. Each bottle comes with its own label showing a unique number, ensuring every single bottle is truly one-of-a-kind.

The Power of Visual Storytelling and Infographics: An Interview with Column Five   Leave a comment

Excerpt and more from : The Power of Visual Storytelling and Infographics: An Interview with Column Five.

 

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2. In your book Infographics: The Power of Visual Storytelling, you say you hold your graphics to high standards when it comes to three areas: utility, soundness and beauty. Tell us more about C5’s workflow for creating graphics that succeed in these areas. How many people are typically involved in the creation of each graphic? What tools and apps are most useful when creating graphics?

 

Posted October 9, 2013 by arnoneumann in Creative Thinking, creativity, Storytelling

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