Category Archives: Typography

Processing by Toxi

Codebased motiondesign, 3D demos, interactive visualisations, audio-visuals & tools using Processing, Shockwave and Flash. Source code released under Creative Commons License.

via toxi.co.uk and postspectacular.com

Variance by Jeremy Thorpe

Variance is an attempt to provide a creative tool for designers that can leverage some of the power of evolution. Using Variance, designers can harness genetic algorithms to brainstorm or refine compositional ideas. The classical design process becomes the Evolutionary Design Process.

via blprnt.com

Art. Lebedev Studio

We offer advanced industrial, graphic, web and interface design. We live the way we like. We work the way we believe is right. We dont give a shit about corporate values all together. All the award plaques end up hanging in our lavatory. We abhor buzzword combinations creative solution and business process optimization. The offers we send to our clients rarely exceed one page. The only principle we follow is just two words: No bullshit.

Founded in Moscow in 1995, Art. Lebedev Studio is the only design company in the world offering product design, city environment design, graphic design, websites, interfaces, packaging, interior design, typeface design, custom patterns, illustrations, and book publishing under one roof.

via artlebedev.com

Design and the Elastic Mind (MoMA)

The landmark exhibition Design and the Elastic Mind explores the reciprocal relationship between science and design in the contemporary world by bringing together design objects and concepts that marry the most advanced scientific research with attentive consideration of human limitations, habits, and aspirations. The exhibition highlights designers ability to grasp momentous changes in technology, science, and historychanges that demand or reflect major adjustments in human behaviorand translate them into objects that people can actually understand and use. This Web site presents over three hundred of these works, including fifty projects that are not featured in the gallery exhibition.

via moma.org