Directed by Van Neistat, 2012. Watch the other two movies from the “Energies and Skills” trilogy:
Produced on the occasion of Tom Sachs’ Space Program: MARS
… The 1970s were indeed a special decade. Women’s liberation continued. The hippie culture faded. There was an opposition to the Vietnam war, and nuclear weapons. The environmentalist movement began. Tom Wolfe coined the decade the “Me decade” due to a new self-awareness. Mao Zedong died and the market began to liberate in China. There was an oil crisis. After the first oil shock, gasoline was rationed in many countries. In Eastern Europe, Soviet-style command economies begin showing signs of stagnation. The Summer Olympics in Munich, Germany, witness the kidnapping and murder of Israeli athletes by Palestinian Arab terrorists. The Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan. The Who, Pink Floyd, The Eagles, Bee Gees, Abba and others play their music. Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin and Jim Morrison all die at the age of 27. The space mission Apollo 13 nearly ends in disaster. Egypt signed the Egyptian-Israeli peace treaty. There was a revolution in Iran. The world sees its first general microprocessor. The C programming language makes its debut. Consumer video games show up on the scene. Microwave ovens become commercially available. Margaret Thatcher was victorious in the UK elections. …
A must see.
“The kitchen table must remain clean all times…”
Shared by Meister Florian.
Pictures by Gregor Hohenberg.
Found by Volker.
Always worth a visit http://www.voelkerkundemuseum.com/
found by @Dothegreenthing and @workforcetrends
“… The Noun Project collects, organizes and adds to the highly recognizable symbols that form the world’s visual language, so we may share them in a fun and meaningful way. …”
This is the whole talk – you find the essence of the seven deadly sins here: http://www.fastcodesign.com/1663192/the-seven-deadly-sins-that-stiffle-innova…
learn, style and groove in parallel
A good reminder to look at his 10 principles for good design again:
A working document that captures some of the teaching impart in the d.school “Design Thinking Bootcamp,” course. The guide outlines each mode of a human-centered design process, and describes a number of methods which may support your design thinking throughout the process.
Gutenbourgeois, read it.
RT @anildash via @jacobyryan. Thanks.