Global warming is happening, you like it or not, and it’s good to see that the president is concerned deeply about it, in a deep kind of concerned way.
Jokes aside, evidence exists that the White House has sought repeatedly "to mislead the public by injecting doubt into the science of global warming."
Also check out the Breathing Earth, where you can see people being born, and dying, in real time. Hover over each country to see it’s population and how much CO2 it generates nationally.
P.S. - it takes the U.S. only 5.4 seconds to generate 1000 tonnes of CO2.
Wednesday, January 31, 2007
Sunday, January 28, 2007
Great graphic design work by Valentin Hindermann and Marco Walser from Elektrosmog. The studio was established in Zurich, 1999. Since then it has been producing numerous printed matter projects such as catalogues, artist books, magazines, posters, plastic bags and beer mats, as well as identity design and their own fonts featured in lineto.
Thursday, January 18, 2007
London-based designer Stuart Haygarth knows how to turn pile of ordinary trash into awe-inspiring treasure. Haygarth conceived of the Tide chandelier while collecting debris that had washed up on the shores of the Kent coastline. The enormous light fixture, measuring nearly five feet in diameter, is composed of clear and translucent objects, primarily made of plastic.
The Tide chandelier gets is name from its spherical shape, a reference to the moon, whose tidal pull creates the waves that wash up the debris.
Wednesday, January 17, 2007
Subscribing to t-post is a lot like having a magazine subscription, but instead of receiving magazines in your mailbox, you will receive t-shirts.
Every six weeks they design a unique t-shirt based on a current news item and print the shirt’s topic inside. It’s more than a cool looking t-shirt, it’s something to talk about.
Wonderful photography by knotan.
Friday, January 12, 2007
Wednesday, January 10, 2007
Noah Kalina became an internet star by taking self portraits. So what you say? Well he's been doing that everyday for the last seven years.
Now Noah has gone beyond the internet and into the glamorous shores of Hollywood in Everyday Celebrity.