Category Archives: Cool Stuff

Embracing the future, disintegrating the past…

52 weeks, 52 Rayguns a collection of Raygun concepts by artists for ‘The Company’ in 2258. Some great illustrations, full of imagination and various styles. Some of my favourites below:


Ex-Pixar Designer Creates iPad Kids book

An Ex-Pixar designer as created this interactive story book for kids on the iPad. Incredible graphics joined with interactivity allows the reader to immerse themselves in the plot line.

“Every page has some delightful, hidden feature embedded into it”

Click on the pics for more info, or watch the vid below, it’s better on full screen.

Oxford Street gets the builders in…

It’s a tough job hanging pictures…We wanted the Design & “Build” guys to do it, but they were too busy. So the Creative Team stepped up to the challenge. They were given full safety gear, just in case.

We chose to decorate our meeting rooms with the work of Chalermphol Harnchakkham and James Gulliver Hancock.

Jean Paul Gaultier

Video teaser for Jean-Paul Gaultier’s website :

They Draw & Travel

They Draw & Travel was created by Nate Padavick and Salli Swindell, a brother and sister design and illustration team who have been working together for over 10 years. They originally created They Draw & Cook, which has become the largest collection of illustrated recipes anywhere. Nate and Salli were blown away by the creative energy artists worldwide pour into their recipe illustrations, and they realised that artists have similar passion for their favorite places to live and visit. They launched They Draw & Travel as a place for artists to express that passion, and for readers to discover their creations.


Infographic- how much data will humans create and store this year?

If you’ve spent any amount time watching your Facebook or Twitter feed stream by, it should be obvious that the world is creating a lot of data. But because all that data is really just a collection of ones and zeros it can be hard to actually visualize how much is really there.

A tribute to old video games…

Projection mapping on an apartment building, including such classics as Mario, Pac-Man, Space Invaders and Lemmings. By Dark’s Playground.

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