The Whisk Print

This print by Marc Johns on Society 6 had me choking on my cereal this morning…

Happy Another Year!

Dear darling all: Congratulations, you’ve made it to 2012! Happy another year :D

Via: The Sixteenth Division

Entering the Last 24hrs of 2011

Have a splashing day everybody!!! xxoo

Via: ffffound

The Creative Adult

Print by Tommie Holmertz. Like it!

The Fate of All Gems

…the creative atmosphere of Zona Tortona is dying: strangled by the cold hand of corporatism. The press—the lifeblood of the Milan Fair—are casting their net elsewhere to new, more edgy districts such as Ventura Lambrate. There is less and less to write about in Zona Tortona because many of the dull goods on display can already be seen in showrooms around the world. Large corporates have moved in, gobbling up the spaces at inflated prices, trying to get some of the cachet of the old Zona Tortona to rub off onto their commercial image. But in doing so they’re killing the elusive thing they seek. – David Trubridge

Read the full article on Idealog

Scanwiches.com

The message at scanwiches.com is simple and clear: Scans of sandwiches for education and delight. LOL, what can I say? They’ve got style!

Via: Subtraction

Color blind web page filter

I know color blindness affects lots of people, but reading the actual number still surprised me.

Color blindness affects a significant number of people , although exact proportions vary among groups. In Australia, for example, it occurs in about 8 percent of males and only about 0.4 percent of females. Isolated communities with a restricted gene pool sometimes produce high proportions of color blindness, including the less usual types. Examples include rural Finland, Hungary, and some of the Scottish islands. In the United States, about 7% of the male population or about 10.5 million men and 0.4% of the female population either cannot distinguish red from green, or see red and green differently.

If you have ever wondered what is your website look like to your readers with difference types of color deficiency, try this brilliant filter. And next time when you create a new design, perhaps you would consider using colors from this colorblind colorlab.

Via: Palette.com

Danny Bhoy

I ‘ve been giggling at this line for over a week by now, ever since I came back from Danny Bhoy‘s Auckland show. Too funny not to share, so there you go, made into a poster for ya!

Hello world :D

It is very exciting to meet you!
We will soon finish moving contents from our old site, and start rolling… xxoo

Original Macintosh ad

The advertisement introducing the original Macintosh — note it’s sitting on a transparent / white surface, with reflection. And the mouse is on the left.