Like all things green, I’m sure this one is highly controversial. Nevertheless, this is a great, thought provoking map showing how human activity plays into global warming.
Following on from my recent post on bubble photos, here’s the how-to.
Some amazing, planetary photos of bubbles.
Radios made in Indonesia by local craftsmen from sustainable sources of wood. Really like this idea of hand-crafted technology objects
Just blogged about this in my work blog, but it struck me that the digital flipbooks in Eco Zoo would be an awesome way of doing virtual FotoMo. vs
Great map of the non-Thames rivers running through London, many of which have been covered up by layers of tarmac. 285 – London’s Lost Rivers
I’m really blown away by the Eco Zoo as the first very compelling example of the use of 3D in a Flash website. The art style is lovely, very reminiscent of the shots I’ve seen of the forthcoming Playstation 3 game, Little Big Planet.
Nothing beats using the internet for motivation. I was recently asked if someone could use one of my sketch portraits for a flyer for the band Below Jupiter. it’s a very flattering thing to have happen, and a total motivation to get back into a habit that has lapsed in the last year. So I’m
Cool. My Instructable about making your own Woodblock prints made it into the “Popular” section of their homepage.
I’ve just posted my first (and what will probably by my only) step-by-step guide on Instructables.com. I recently finished another woodblock as a gift for my in-laws, and managed to document most of the process. Anyway, it got a feature on Instructables homepage, which is rather nice.