Or at least it is for Lisa Wiseman. She feels that as people have started using their iPhones in a spontaneous and carefree manner, the same as they did wen Polaroid cameras were around. I guess so, you can see more of her Polaroid / iPhone work in her website and see if you agree with her.
LEGO employees are getting business card like this, they even try to match the look of the minifig (gender, hair, glasses) to the person. Fantastic.
Jean Yves Lemoigne‘s images are funny and provocative, ranging from unicorn-men living on the streets, pixelated porn, to just simply hilarious bank robbers blinded by their own disguise.
[via Play Me Design]
Awful name, yet very useful. Do you have untitled songs in your iTunes Library and you don’t know who the artist is? Musicbrainz can automatically identify and label your music files — all you have to do is download and run a MusicBrainz enabled tagger.
An impromptu film made in Tokyo by Dennis Wheatley and Stefan McClean. They were sitting in this sushi bar pondering how best to set up a camera to film things all by itself whilst they were in Tokyo. Take our hands out of the equation… let the camera have its own journey. The music is ‘lost in a moment’ by ‘shrift’ from the album of the same name. myspace.com/shriftspace
As pointed out by the excellent Boooooom, this is exquisite work.