March 16, 2010
January 16, 2010
December 23, 2009
December 9, 2009
Generative drawings by Leonardo Solaas More Generative Art Folkert
December 7, 2009
Are you the kind of person who enjoys a good music festival every now and then? If you’re answering “Yes! Yes! Yes!” a book/annual designed for Independents United might just be your thing. The Annuals’ content is largely user-generated in the form of tweets, photographs and submissions to their Myspace and Facebook profiles.
Available in all good music stores and on Amazon.
Design + Art direction: Steve Price
Design: Nicolo Dante
December 4, 2009
December 1, 2009
November 29, 2009
I came across this video and I am amazed by this woman and how far prosthetic aesthetics can be stretched.
About Aimee Mullins
“Aimee Mullins was born without fibular bones, and had both of her legs amputated below the knee when she was an infant. She learned to walk on prosthetics, then to run — competing at the national and international level as a champion sprinter, and setting world records at the 1996 Paralympics in Atlanta. At Georgetown, where she double-majored in history and diplomacy, she became the first double amputee to compete in NCAA Division 1 track and field.
After school, Mullins did some modeling — including a legendary runway show for Alexander McQueen — and then turned to acting, appearing as the Leopard Queen in Matthew Barney’s Cremaster Cycle. In 2008 she was the official Ambassador for the Tribeca/ESPN Sports Film Festival.
She’s a passionate advocate for a new kind of thinking about prosthetics.”
Read the full thing at the original source: Aimee Mullins