Phillip Echaroux desired to give something back to his hometown of Marseille, and he found that the projector could provide a way for him to gift back his talent.
Throughout the beautiful coastal city, Echaroux projected portraits and designs on street walls, buildings, trees and hillsides. Some of the projections extended larger than 300 feet and could be seen from great distances.
Scottish Daily Record Dare to be Digital 2014 competition opens for entries Scottish Daily Record Dare to be Digital, the world's leading computer game design competition for students, opens today for entries – a unique opportunity for aspiring...
Lori Wilk's insight:
Let your kids know about this contest or your students
"This week’s graphic design inspiration highlights the work of Christina Hess and her Animals From History illustration series. Christina studied illustration at the University of the Arts and since then, has worked as an illustrator and designer. She likes to draw and paint ornate things, which meant eventually she would have stumbled on the Animals from History idea displayed below and we’re glad that she did."
There are 1.5 billion smartphones in the world. According to Business Insider, “The annual smartphone growth rate in 2013 is projected to be 44 percent, which is just ever-so-slightly down from 2012′s 45 percent but is still a torrid pace.”...
They were right to go slow: Even Brazil's recent World Cup branding scheme was dogged by jokes, after commenters pointed out that it looks just like someone facepalming. Add that to other recent cautionary tales, like ...
Lori Wilk's insight:
Bright and bold for Brazil's #WorldCup #branding theme
I am a Twitter fan and have sent out more than 20,000 Tweets to date.To get more followers you want to microblog good content and mention others as well as use relevant #hashtags to track the conversations.What I have learned most recently by curating , creating, and sharing content is that there will be many people who understand that to scale this social participation requires sending out lots of Tweets and I am totally happy with the un-follows as much as the follows because those who want my help and like what I am about and have to offer will be there with me and those who don't can find the groups they want to be part of or none at all. I know what it's like in the real world to have fans from being a television producer and building an audience from scratch. My microblogging is authentic and I don't buy followers. It's impossible to recognize and promote hundreds of people without sending out lots of Tweets, especially if you want to give them Klout or Kred. I am dedicated to moving the needle of online influence and this means lots of participating online especially with microblogging such as Twitter. I welcome more followers on Twitter at Successipes and in knowing more about what you are doing that is awesome so I can share it with the world. Your online friend and "Princess of Curation," Lori Wilk
For most firms, innovation is more a slogan or aspiration than a managed practice. Below, Jay Rao shows that for the best companies, innovation is a set of practices and attitudes built into daily work and long-term thinking, and argues that organisations should start treating innovation as a real discipline.
It helps to understand that having discipline and a system and a process to move ideas into innovative actions. It's not by accident and it's not a random happening that allows companies to consistently innovate.
Code18 Interactive is a small digital agency that has recently relocated to NYC from Atlanta, GA. We are seeking a talented and experienced Freelance Web Designer / Digital Art Director who would like to join our team and help us continue to grow.
InterAksyon New formats, socially relevant themes for Adobo Design Awards 2014 competition InterAksyon This year, we are opening up the competition to more artists; welcoming artists in new form such as photography and we introduced wearable design...
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