I glued 100 matchsticks in 10X10 grid.
my favorite thing-a-day made thus far.
A series of drawings generated by an apparatus in the back of a moving vehicle, a system of sliding rails and elastic holds a pen
on to paper and records the forces at work within the vehicle. As the car moves much like a ball on the back seat of a car,
as you break the pen moves forward, you turn left the pen moves right, etc.
Good design is Innovative
Good design makes a product useful
Good design is aesthetic
Good design helps a product to be understood
Good design is unobtrusive
Good design is honest
Good design is durable
Good design is thorough to the last detail
Good design is concerned with the environment
Good design is as little design as possible
Made by Charlene Lam the outer loop represents the 24 hours of the day for each of the 12 months. The inner loop shows the length of daylight for the first of that month.
Furniture made from the surrounding terrain always excites me. Blending in to the surroundings and the manner in which it will return to the earth, or water in this case, make these even more beautiful.
Created by Hongtao Zhou on Lake Mendota at the University of Wisconsin at Madison
Wonderful weekend of skiing at Gore Mountain in the Adirondacks.
large version here
Wonderful map + timeline showing most popular ‘tweets’ during the superbowl. You can look at all ‘tweets’ or seperate categories such as ads (Cash4Gold and GoDaddy being ones I personally contributed too, in as much as I thought they were aweful) or the ever useful emoticon map.
Thing-A-Day 2009 kicked off today. This is my first of what will be 28 days of grids. Follow all the action at thing-a-day.com
I love how I get a annual report of my, limited, travel. 2009 should have a bit more I hope.