26 August 2010

(Video) How The New York Times Creates Infographics

Stellations of the Dodecahedron

When Maps and Data Collide They Produce … Art?

Players log into the Foldit website, download the latest protein structure and then start moving the pieces of the 3-D swirls and bundles around (all the while watching their score). Via

(Example) Visual summary of a book

GoogleApp development company : http://www.sheepdoginc.ca/content/our_blog

(Definition) 'Janusian thinking' : (after the many-faced Roman god Janus) involves conceiving of multiple simultaneous opposites. Integrative ideas emerge from juxtapositions, which are usually not obvious in the final product, theory or artwork. Via

Society of Digital Artists : http://forums.cgsociety.org/

(Video) Portraits of the Fallen

"We cannot survive without a minimum of cultural expression." - Simon Brault
"While an artist's hand may naturally slip toward homeostasis and repetition, the human heart reaches for variety and novelty." - Robert Genn
"One needn't learn the mysteries of the wind, to sail effortlessly around the world." - TU
"Apparently, the line you take on Israel trumps everything else in life." - Tony Judt
"You’re a song A wished for song
Go through the ear to the center Where sky is, where wind, where silent knowing.
Put seeds and cover them. Blades will sprout where you do your work." - Rumi

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