02March
Posted by - bart

Reading is not only informed by what’s going on with us at that moment, but also governed by how our eyes and brains work to process information. What you see and what you’re experiencing as you read these words is quite different.

Jason Santa Maria

WHAT GOT ME INTERESTED, INSPIRED OR MOVED RECENTLY.

COLOURS

AUTUMN
This time, palette inspired by both autumn and Halloween..

EVENT

DIS-GRACE B-DAY!
bit.ly/2JjnAUF
Awesome, awesome party with Suicide Girls!

WHAT I’M STUDYING RIGHT NOW

bit.ly/2zxxhcr
Reduces design debt, accelerates the design process, and builds bridges between teams working in concert to bring products to life.

DATA VISUALISATION

NAPOLEON MARCH
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Started with 470,000 soldiers, he returned with just 10,000.

ILLUSTRATION

OAT THE GOAT
oatthegoat.co.nz/
Great picture, story and animation. Check it out.

BOOK

INTUITIVE DESIGN
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“If it looks like a duck…”

WEBSITE

GOING HOME
bit.ly/2OW4hXI
Impressive usage of three.js!

FRAME

ALTERED CARBON
bit.ly/2JmQdAz
S1:E9 Impressive cinematographic frame.

AGENCY/STUDIO

UNIT9
unit9.com/
Impressive production studio. VR, Digital, Gaming, Innovation and Film projects.

MOTION DESIGN

ATOM
atom.io/
Main animation on Atom’s home page.

TOOL

FIGMA
figma.com/
Great tool for design and prototyping.

FEATURED ARTIST

 Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775–1851)

Recommended museum to see live: Tate Britain

Described as the ‘father of modern art’ by John Ruskin, Turner often shocked his contemporaries with his loose brushwork and vibrant colour palette while portraying the development of the modern world unlike any other artist at the time.