The new design for Mocoloco is pretty nice, as they have incorporated some intelligent forms of navigation. I really enjoyed the ability to scroll left to right with my scroll wheel, as well as the option to change the navigation from top to bottom. Check it out. There are probably a few more tricks so explore and report.
Karen O’Leary is seriously detail-oriented. She has to be to create these City Map Cuts. They are beautiful, truly one-of-a-kind. And as most things one-of-a-kind are, they are now sold out. She does have some negative space maps using pencil and paper still for sale though. For more photos and details go here.
Beginning November 5, 2009, Hauser & Wirth New York will present WHITESNOW, a group of never before seen pieces from a new body of work by Paul McCarthy, drawing upon the famous 19th century German folk tale ‘Snow White’ (‘Schneewittchen’) and commenting upon the modern interpretation of the story in Disney’s beloved 1937 animated classic Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
It’s not just your earbuds that’s affecting your hearing. I found this really amazing, geeky article about the”loudness war” that is currently being fought in the recording booth. It is a very interesting read about how music is losing its dynamic range. Today’s artists turn up the volume so they can be heard above everyone else, very king of the jungle if you ask me. It’s gotten to the point that a non for profit group, Turn Me Up has been formed to bring dynamic range back to music. If you love music check out the story and all the charts and diagrams. Also, check out the video after the jump that explains it all.
Before we knew her as Anna, Leader of the Visitors from the new TV series V, Morena Baccarin was a Jedi Chef. What is a Jedi Chef? Apparently it is the same thing as a regular Jedi but, with the ability to cook as well. Anyway, here’s a link to Jedi Chef site if you feel so intruiged.
Really how could it not be with such a great assortment of names (Damien Hirst, Kenny Scharf, Marc Newson, KAWS, Shepard Fairey, and Yoshimoto Nara) customizing a sick model bike for charity. The result of each bike that went up for auction is in the slideshow, and the final tally was “$1,125,000 going directly to The Lance Armstrong Foundation to help fund outreach, awareness, research, and advocacy.”
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