Bikes


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April 21, 2010

Glenn’s Storyboard Portfolio: VW Rabbit Spec Ad


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April 21, 2010

Storyboards.nl, creative hotshop

Storyboards.nl, creative hotshop


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April 21, 2010

Animatics & Storyboards, Inc. – Storyboard portfolio samples


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April 21, 2010

FUI Fantasy User Interfaces | Mark Coleran Visual Designer

FUI Fantasy User Interfaces | Mark Coleran Visual Designer


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April 21, 2010

Scratch Day

Scratch Day


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April 21, 2010

Conference Home Make a Scene! A pro-active community can formulate a vision of their own future and Make a Scene! Designers are everywhere, but design culture is not. Many professionals and academic programs are challenged by their geographic locations. As designers, artists, educators, entrepreneurs, and others embrace their locale, they help their community to progress, not just their artifacts. By mobilizing all fields, a new vitality can emerge from even the most unlikely of places. Designers that come with a passion about their own scene can take alternative paths to make their mark. Low-production cottage industries enable startups and independents to maximize local manufacturing and production, further strengthening their community and culture.


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April 20, 2010

Industrial Designers Society of America

Industrial Designers Society of America


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April 19, 2010

And in boomtowns like Phoenix and Tampa, developers with an eye more to profit than market realities far surpassed any realistic demand for housing. The result? Rampant foreclosures, thousands of abandoned homes and even streets, and acres of excavated land awaiting stalled-out projects that won’t get built. How do we design and build to accommodate changing economics, family sizes, and employee and student populations? How can we merge online technologies with physical architecture to more directly serve our real-time needs? Data-visualization capabilities can’t solve all the problems, but it’s hard to overestimate the extent to which this information can help us to think about larger systems and their interrelationships, so that we see a building as not just a building but an ecological infrastructure. These challenges are massive; the attitudes responsible for them, deep-seated. Inquiries like de Monchaux’s illustrate that there is intelligent inquiry and actionable theorizing happening about how patterns might be broken, planning might be more flexible and dynamic, and our visions of space and its functions could expand — and, perhaps, contract.


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April 19, 2010

Kenny Howard the master painter and striper also known as Von Dutch

Before the cheesy namesake clothing and accessories line that threatens to destroy his cred forever, there was the self-invented and slightly mad genius Kenny Howard– better known as Von Dutch. He was a real Renaissance man– legendary custom painter, artist, motorcycle mechanic, and a skilled metal worker who hand-crafted his own knives and guns. He had a strong aversion to money and felt it was detrimental to his art– which makes the clothing line even more of an ironic abomination. “I make a point of staying right at the edge of poverty. I don’t have a pair of pants without a hole in them, and the only pair of boots I have are on my feet. I don’t mess around with unnecessary stuff, so I don’t need much money. I believe it’s meant to be that way. There’s a ‘struggle’ you have to go through, and if you make a lot of money it doesn’t make the ‘struggle’ go away. It just makes it more complicated. If you keep poor, the struggle is simple.“ –Von Dutch


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April 18, 2010