A sweet and endangered penguin nicknamed “Purps” at the Mystic Aquarium in Connecticut had injured her foot in a fight with another bird and needed help with her mobility. The aquarium thought 3D printing might be a viable solution, so they sought the guidance of experts from the ACT Group/3D Systems and some help from […]
In the wake of the departure of network boss Roger Ailes, Fox News Channel provided a glimpse of its strategy going forward in a series of print ads today in The New York Times, New York Post and other publications,...
An interesting, and only slightly depressing, study to start the week, from New York Magazine. The publication sent a detailed survey to more than 100 print, digital and TV journalists, soliciting their opinion on the state of the news media. Show More Summary
Last week we wrote about some of the Mondo prints that would be available at San Diego Comic Con International 2016, and we even shared with you how you could get your own Mondo Star Wars prints without being on the exhibit floor. But...Show More Summary
Some rules are meant to be broken, but not if they’re printed on a sign at the entrance to a wild animal enclosure. Follow those rules. A Chinese woman was killed by a Siberian tiger in a Beijing animal park this past weekend after she...Show More Summary
MAJA DE RUMBO by the lost gallery Via Flickr: A. carnicero. Antonio Carnicero was a Spanish painter of the Neoclassical style. In addition to his paintings, over the course of his career he also produced prints and engravings as well as creating theatrical decorations.
40 years ago I had just bought my first analog reflex camera, a fuji. I had a 50 mm lens I had to poke in the face of the guys. In addition I had time to develop and print my own black and white photographs. Both happy guys were retired KLM pilots. They were happy … Continue reading "Happy KLM Pilots" The post Happy KLM Pilots appeared first on Happy Hotelier.
This kinetic sculpture was inspired by the inner-workings of high-end timepieces.
Emiliano Granado Who printed it? Postcards: gotprint.com 20 pg zine: Awlitho.com Who designed it? kayla kern – http://kaylakern.com/ Who edited the images? I edited the images. How many did you make? 2000 How many times a year do you send out promos? I send postcards throughout the year, 3-5 per year. I try […]
When it comes to geeky subscription boxes, monthly deliveries of the latest and greatest nerd culture collectibles, I’m here for it. I want someone to ship me Harry Potter art prints or the newest board game that will finally release me from the shackles of Settlers of Catan. That’s where Cratejoy comes in.
Steve Pomberg Who printed it? Paper Chase Press printed my piece. They are based in Los Angeles, were awesome to work with, and I think they did an amazing job. Who designed it? Dana Silberman is a fantastic art director (and conveniently my wife). She designed the front and back cover and eagle eyed the […]
JenniferRocholl Who printed it? Southern California Graphics in Culver City Who designed it? The amazing Jean-Marc Durviaux and his team at DISTINC_. Jean-Marc put so much individual attention, thought, and care into my project. This is the second promo he’s designed for me. The previous one placed 2nd in the PDN promo awards in 2009 […]
Heather Byington Who printed it? Vista print made the post cards, envelopes were hand crafted by me. Who designed it? I did. Who edited the images? I did. How many did you make? 452, though some were sent back, so roughly 420 made it out into the world. I sent promos to only to […]
Stan Evans Who printed it? Modern Postcard out of San Diego Printed it. Ture Lillegraven referred me to them. They are reasonable priced and efficient. Who designed it? I designed it. As far as the concept, I’ve been shooting a bit of motorcycling lately and it seems the market has been saturated with café racers, […]
At first glance, Miley Cyrus looks like she's all in for team Trump ... but always read the fine print. Miley and Liam Hemsworth hit up Nobu in Malibu on Sunday, and she walked out sporting what looked very much like one of Donald…
Siggraph—the year's biggest conference on computer graphics research—is going on now. Here's a look at the most compelling tech. Whether it's jaw-dropping UI, compelling use cases for 3D printing, or the most realistic computer-generated...Show More Summary
How a photo club in Italy made analog history. The post The Making of the World’s Largest Contact Print appeared first on PDNPulse.
Zizzy is a personal robot designed to help those with limited mobility. Rather than being assisted by a nightmare creature, Zizzy would offer a more appealing and friendly option. The coolest part about Zizzy is the 3D printable pneumatic artificial muscles. Show More Summary
From the Cheapskate: A $153.97 value, this sweet kit comes with everything you need to put 3D printing in the palm of your hand.
“This almost feels like a performance in print. … It’s not just like, oh, that’s a nice photograph, but you’re actually watching something unfold.”