Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Line weight, yeah man.

By artist Aros, he has good control of line weight and contrast. I think ID students should look at this.

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

At the Movies...

My friend, Ed, claims that he saw himself on Getty Images. Here's his picture, he looks super young.. does it look like him?

Work is so busy lately... my last day here is next Friday, sigh.

Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Museum of Nature

It's just a simple concept, but it looks sort of whimsical. By Ilkka Halso.

The idea is to "preserve nature and trees."
Read about it here:

Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Nokia Phone Testing

Man, I reckon Nokia is just plain awesome. They were number one in the most sustainable phone company as well. Jeepers!

Anyways, just check this out. Pretty cool images and affirms the stability of Nokia phones.

Friday, November 21, 2008

Big ol' pet

Here's a doodle of mine...

Thursday, November 20, 2008

Every Bird Should Get to Fly

An advertisement from Washington Lottery. Hopeful message, eh?

It's Friday! Hoorah!

Monday, November 17, 2008

Carlos Lascano

A SHORT LOVE STORY IN STOP MOTION from Carlos Lascano on Vimeo.

This is brilliant. A Short Love Story by Carlos Lascano. There's nothing like daydreaming about love.

Here's his website:

Sunday, November 16, 2008

Technology's role in Improving the World

While doing some research, I came across an article on this man, Jan Chipchase, human-behavior researcher for Nokia. He travels the world and listens to people, studies their lifestyles, their needs and desires, and relays that information back to Nokia.

The article talks about how cell phones, through efficiency and convenience, can aid anyone in improving their business connections, getting answers to health questions, and connecting with loved ones from natural disasters. For poorer countries and families, cell phones are an opportunity for "inclusive capitalism," where those in poverty earn more wages on their own through connecting to others with technology.

Chipchase observes that today cell phones are a fixed identity for us. I wonder how/if that will change in the future.

I'm pretty positive this guy is one of my heroes. We need to listen to users to produce good and useful designs. Whoo!

Here's the article:
Can the Cellphone Help End Global Poverty

Here's his website:

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Li Xiaofeng

This designer in Beijing, Li Xiaofeng, designs dresses from porcelain. An interesting look at how traditional culture can blend and influence today's designs.

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Hello! I'm going to try to keep track of my insights on life and design here. Right now, I'm an industrial design student interning in Seoul, South Korea. It's a blast.

Must get back to work!

Here's a piece by this guy: