This video captures New York through a time lapse and tilt shift camera effects giving the entire video a miniature toy like feel.
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I recently noticed some kids sporting those cool sneakers that lit up as they ran around the house and thought to myself how much I would have enjoyed those shoes when I was their age…well, if you’re an adult like me and want in on some of that fun now, for $2,495 you can enjoy the same (almost) experience with Jimmy Choo ‘Zappa’ Sandals–though they’re probably much harder to run around in. Combining fashion and technology, the batteries in these eye-catching illuminated paltforms will last for about 100 hours of continuous use. See more images here.
A great partnership between Adobe and Wired (two of my favorite things) marks the beginning of a new era of digital magazine design. (Goosebumps!)
After watching this video you will never look at pixels and the 8bit video game era the same again. Pixels have invaded New York and are out to “pixelize” the world. They look very angry. I think they are fulfilling a vendetta for the countless hours people spent playing and torturing these characters on screen growing up.
This is an awesome stop motion video using graffiti illustrations and the surrounding environment. It is very interesting how the artists interact with the art and show the process of the art being created.
This video is for anyone that has worked with Photoshop and has wasted countless irreversible hours retouching and manipulating images to remove unwanted background objects or skin blemishes. The video above previews a new feature dubbed “content aware fill” that will be introduced in the upcoming CS5 version of Photoshop and will make every designers job a lot simpler by cutting the time it takes to retouch an image to just a few clicks of the mouse.
This is a great idea for a calendar that automatically drops a page for every passing day without the need of having to manually tear off the pages.