Here is a nice little article Mike Monteiro wrote in netmagazine.com on how to get the new year off to a positive start.
Very cool video I ran into while visiting cameronmoll.com. Reminded me of some of my old school projects.
Armin from Brand New posted last month a very interesting two part article of the best and worst identities of 2010:
The Best and Worst Identities of 2010, Part I: The Worst
The Best and Worst Identities of 2010, Part II: The Best
Google celebrates the PAC-MAN 30th Anniversary. Make sure to play, at least one, before making a search. Use your arrow keys as your joystick. Thanks Google!
Chiquita went a little bananas with their new logo and sticker designs. Thanks to designrelated.com for this post.
Ever thought on sitting on Mona Lisa’s face? Designer Kwang Hoo Lee did (designboom.com).
This is created with MS Paint?
Remind me why I purchased the Adobe Creative Suite. Oh, maybe cause I have a Mac.
Singing the Vista blues.
While browsing the web I ran into the University of Hawaii Library site where they show a series of pamphlets for children on the history of Mexico, commissioned by Maucci Brothers (a Spanish publisher) in 1900 to Jose Guadalupe Posada (a Mexican engraver and illustrator).
Being the only Mexican in the IxD group I felt the responsibility to provide some information (links) on Cinco de Mayo:
Looking for a bookshelf?
Take a look at 30 of the Most Creative Bookshelves Designs and get inspired.
Ever wondered what Bill Gates will be doing once he retires?
Watch the keynote shown at the 2008 CES show in Las Vegas.
The Design 100, according to TIME magazine.
Leonardo DaVinci’s “The Last Supper” is now traveling the internet at 16 billion pixels. Explore and enjoy the relaxing music in the background.
Animator vs. Animation by Alan Becker.