// posts about graphics
Amazing lightpainting from Marshmallow Laser Feast. Video below shows more of their work and their creative process.
Weird but wonderful new $5 Canadian note.
Pretty interesting security features detailed in the second half of the video:
This series of four stamps was produced for the United States Postal Service in collaboration with art director Antonio Alcalá. The stamps feature entirely abstract designs, their complex patterns connoting high value, and their non-representational form inviting a multiplicity of interpretations. Each stamp was realized by overprinting thin lines in a variety of solid colors, which build up and create body. The effect is one of breathing color, the lines gently inhaling and exhaling. As a finishing touch, the large numerals are printed in intaglio, further underlining the quality and value of the stamps.
Thanks to JT for the tip
via The Dieline
I read this article – The Touchscreen Generation at The Atlantic, and it referenced Toca Boca and the fun games they make. We don’t let our kids use the iPad except to turn on music, facetime with the relatives, and occasionally look at videos or photos. But the Toca Boca games look like a lot of fun and maybe the kids can check them out when they get older. Especially Kitchen Monsters
Great graphics on the 5Boro Corner Store series. Nice shot of the store down the block from the LES park.