NY's Most Iconic Photography in Documentary "Everybody Street"

Curator: Jennette Snape
date: August 7, 2014
Categories: Photography
Tags: Documentary, Film, Photography
The documentary Everybody Street illuminates the lives and work of New York’s iconic street photographers and the incomparable city that has inspired them for decades. To capture the visceral rush, singular perseverance and, at times, immediate danger customary to these artists, the film covers the past nine decades of street photography and explores the careers of many notable photographers, a number of whom have never been documented before (an interesting and poignant comment for today's Instagram society). 
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How Tolga Girgin Creates 3D Calligraphy

Curator: Jennette Snape
date: August 6, 2014
Categories: Typography
Tags: graphic design, Typography
Tolga Girgin is a Turkish graphic designer and electrical engineer who experiments with calligraphy. His latest works involve a number of 3D lettering pieces that use shadow and perspective to make it appear like the letterforms are lifting off the page. Very cool!


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Hand-drawn Animation for New NoizBoiz and Ronnie Flex Music Video

Curator: Jennette Snape
date: August 5, 2014
Categories: Design in Music, Illustration, Motion Graphics, Typography
Tags: animation, motion graphics, music
Rotterdam-based NoizBoiz are known as pioneers in the field of UK-sounds like dubstep and grime. The music video for this song (with a guest contribution by Dutch hiphop artist Ronnie Flex) features hand-drawn animation by Felix Spanjaard that extends the storytelling layer of NoizBoiz's unique Dutch grime style.



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Take a "Night Walk" with Google

Curator: Jennette Snape
date: August 4, 2014
Categories: Experience Design
Tags: experience design, google, web design
Google's "Night Walk" feature takes you on an immersive journey through the lively Cours Julien in Marseille, famous for its unique atmosphere and street art. Listening to your guides Julie and Christophe, you can wander around the vibrant streets as if you were really there, thanks to 360-degree panoramas captured at night. Your walk is enriched with photos, images, videos, sounds and interesting facts to help you dive into this neighborhood and learn more about its diverse culture and history.
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Why I Keep Coming Back to Kenya Hara's Minimalist Designing Design

Curator: Michael Freimuth
date: August 1, 2014
Categories: Book & Magazine Design, Typography
Tags: Book, japan, Kenya Hara, Typography
I first came across Kenya Hara’s work years ago after one of my dad's regular trips to Japan. A catalogue he brought back had a Muji ad in the back. The simple, minimalist nature of it struck me before I even knew words like ‘minimalist’ to describe things I liked.
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