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IOGraph – turn your everyday activity into modern art

Under - Art, Technology

IOGraph is an application that captures cursor movements and clicks on your screen and outputs them into an image. The end result resembles a piece of modern art – nice!

IOGraphica

IOGraphica

IOGraphica

Shape My Language – a typographic exhibition by Bruno Maag

Under - Design, Inspiration, Typography
Shape My Language - Bruno Maag

Shape My Language - Bruno Maag (Photo source: Oliver Schöndorfer)

Some amazing typographic work by Bruno Maag (Dalton Maag Studio) goes on display at the Walking-Chair Design Gallery in Vienna, Austria.

There are dozens of different script systems in use in the world today, giving shape to thousands of spoken languages. A typeface designer’s task is not only to visualize the emotion with which a message is spoken, but also to ensure that the reader can absorb the message with a minimum of distraction.

Shape My Language - Bruno Maag

Shape My Language - Bruno Maag

Shape My Language - Bruno Maag

Shape My Language - Bruno Maag (Photo source: Dalton Maag)

‘The previous life’ by Apple Yin

Under - Art, Inspiration
The previous life - Apple Yin

The previous life - Apple Yin (Photo source: The Art Gallery of New South Wales)

Apple Yin, one of the finalists in the Australian prestigious art award Archibald Prize 2010, painted her fellow artist Terry English as Marco Polo.

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SolarBeat

Under - Inspiration, Miscellaneous, Music

There’s something in it, I’ve been listening to this beat for some time now.

A simple ambient musicbox (by Luke Twyman), with sounds generated using the orbital frequencies of our solar system.

SolarBeat

SolarBeat

Web browser choice matters.

Under - Miscellaneous, Technology, Usability
Browser choice matters by pentochoice.org

Browser choice matters by opentochoice.org

…Web browser has become one of the most critical and trusted relationships of our modern lives – with nearly perfect knowledge of everything we do. It is the lens through which we look at the virtual world, and the medium by which we connect, learn, share, and collaborate. The browser you choose is responsible for providing you with the necessary tools to manage your online life, and to protect your privacy and security.

…In accordance with a landmark settlement (European Commission and Microsoft), if you’re using a Windows PC in Europe and you’re still using the default Web browser (Internet Explorer), in the coming weeks and months you’ll see a Browser Choice screen appear. That screen will provide you the opportunity to make an active choice in the source of the software that acts on your behalf to broker your online experiences, and meet your own unique needs and interests.

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