Art installation of spray paint and found objects inside an abandoned Berlin building.
by Nelio & Zerozedrip
Nice collection of grid-based sites and themes.
Similar to the Unfold site making it’s way around the internets yesterday, Nike Better World makes great use of parallax scrolling and clean layouts.
Related: Jquery parallax plugin
Image doesn’t do site justice. Visit here
Explorations in Typography -
Explorations in Typography: Mastering the Art of Fine Typesetting (A Visual Textbook for Intermediate to Advanced Typography) is a vast collection of beautiful typesetting examples.
I spent a bit of time playing with the online type tool. Nice to try different fonts, and they have quite a few screen-friendly typefaces that I’d never heard of. Very very well done.
1960s & 1970s Scandinavian design logos
1950’s Swiss Luggage labels
Similar (but not as polished) to Inkstagram, lightables.net takes your Flickr photostream and displays it in a nice, dark grid. Hopefully they’ll be adding features in the future, but evivdently it’s already a nice way to browse photos on the ol’ iPad.
related: Instragram Gallery for iPad, Flickr updates for iPad
/via swissmiss /via Van
Weird. Where did these comments come from? — Me, on noticing suddenly I have comments on my Tumblr, and I didn’t do anything to set it up. Weird!
I’m always losing the plug part of my phone charger so this would be perfect for me.
/via FastMac U-Socket - Engadget Galleries
KNI Nashville gets a new home. We moved across the hall and are now sharing space with Polifilo and Matt Lehman Studio. Excited for a change of pace and getting inspired by these talented fellows!
Playing around with some ninja mechanics, I started to have fun with particle splattering so I created this ninja splatter paint demo. Slice the orbs with your mouse to splat.
proud to have this guy as a co-worker.. didn’t realize until this moment he had a tumblr.
I knew immediately just based on the colors that this was a Sibhod production. Very cool.
Have a browse through the typography work of Ed Nacional. Some really clever and inspiring work.
/via Matt Lehman