TED stands for technology, entertainment, design and according to the website, it began as a conference in 1984. It’s obvious TED has evolved over the years and the website definitely reflects this with hundreds of video talks of people who are the leaders in whichever field they represent. Definitely a place to go to get inspired.More
According to wikipedia the definition of reverse graffiti is:
Reverse graffiti also known as clean tagging, dust tagging or grime writing, is a method of removing dirt from a surface while creating graffiti on walls or other surfaces. It is usually done by removing dirt/dust with the fingertip(s) from windows or other dirty surfaces.More
So I guess most of you have seen the new Sony Bravia tv spot featuring lovely plasticine bunnies bouncing around NYC. And I guess most of you who frequent other design related blogs are aware of the fuss that’s been created over exactly how “inspired” it was by original images by Kozyndan.
Well, You Thought We Wouldn’t Notice showcases that and many other designs which have obviously been heavily “inspired” by the ideas of others. Some are quite obviously like for like plaigiarists others not so much. It’s a very fine line it seems.More
Our world is important for so many reasons, not only for the fact that without it, we as a species would not exist. As such we need to work on preserving it and keeping it safe for future generations.
Greenpeace are the world’s largest organisation dedicated to this cause. At a glance they help safeguard our world against:
- Climate change
- Defending marine life and habitats
- Keeping ancient forests safe from logging
- Encouraging world peace and disarmament
It’s strongly recommended that you check out their website (www.greenpeace.org) to see how you can help. It’s in the best interests of not only yourself, but everyone around you.
This post was encouraged by Blog Action Day.More