A good reminder to look at his 10 principles for good design again:
see it at http://www.sashaprood.com/
Thanks Maria Popova for finding and sharing!
Isn’t life beautiful?
found via Dario – thanks!
found by the famous @peterglaser
I once posted a site with simliar pictures from eyes – but all taken straight from the front. Can you help me finding that URL again? Thanks!
“…data comes from dating site OkCupid, one of the largest, and most interesting, datasets on the web. This article aggregates 11.4 million opinions on what makes a great photo….”
flawless execution of a simple idea. Love it!
Thanks so much again to http://blog.stuttgarter-zeitung.de/ – never ending source of inspiration.
Support it here: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/631632070/the-oldest-living-things-in-the…
Read the blog here: http://www.oltw.blogspot.com/
View the Portfolio: http://www.rachelsussman.com/portfolios/OLTW/main.html
And see the map of OLTW: http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&hl=en&msa=0&msid=103094067…
for us visual geeks: “… The original Mandelbrot is an amazing object that has captured the public’s imagination for 30 years with its cascading patterns and hypnotically colourful detail. …. It’s found by following a relatively simple math formula. But in the end, it’s still only 2D and flat – there’s no depth, shadows, perspective, or light sourcing. What we have… is a potential 3D version of the same fractal. …”
watch all the stunning pictures here: http://www.skytopia.com/project/fractal/mandelbulb.html
AS IT STATES “There’s always something to be thankful for. From the important things like Songs You’re Embarrassed to Like, and Heavy Eyelids that Tell You When You Need to Sleep, to friends and family, love and loneliness, light and darkness, Leah Dieterich sets out to acknowledge them all. thxthxthx is her daily exercise in gratitude.”
Thanks to Shana Parkes for pointing me to it.
(as always – watch fullscreen. with big audio.)
via Jef Cunningham – thank you – by Molleindustria, which btw. have an adorable claim: “Radical games against the dictatorship of entertainment”.