If you’re one of those who love admiring beautiful wallpapers, but hates scouring the web for appropriate images to festoon your home screen with, then you have to check out Kuvva. Kuvva is an app that curates wallpapers and automatically changes your wallpaper once it’s installed.
Archive for June, 2012
SWEATSHOPPE, a team made by Blake Shaw and Bruno Levy, created an interactive video installation that seamlessly merges the physical and digital worlds to paint videos on the walls of 10 cities in Europe using electronic paint rollers. The video won an award at the recent Vimeo Festival+Awards.
The world’s going gaga over Instagram and its aesthetic filters that make the most mundane objects looks beautiful. After conquering the iOS market, the app has also made inroads in Android phones. With Instagram amassing such popularity, the folks in Bollywood have decided to incorporate Instagram’s style and filters in their posters; three of which have caught my gaze.
With the super success of the Marvel comics movie ”The Avengers‘, will DC make a movie featuring its own motley crew of superheroes the ‘Justice League‘? The bros at Warner must have definitely awoken from their slumber to initiate that film. But imagine if Pixar would get its hands on a movie on the ‘Justice Leauge’. Artist Daniel Araya gives us a chance to sample the movie with his concept art.
Globetrotters across the world visit our country for its unique cultural heritage, diarrhea-infusing spicy food, idyllic locations and Bollywood. To them, everything looks mysterious and unknown; everything looks fascinating and fresh. To make these jetsetters feel at ease, Incredible India created ‘The Hinglish Project‘, a typeface that demystifies the Hindi language.
Much has been spoken about and seen of projection mapping works in the recent past. Mapping on buildings, objects, cars, structures you name it and it’s been done. Though the novelty of the idea has waned, yet it still doesn’t fail to amaze for the larger than life appeal it lends to the inanimate structures that are mapped. However, every once in a while we come across a video doing the rounds on the internet that seems to do pretty much the same sans the technique, nevertheless achieving the same stunning effect. One such video to have caught my eye is the stop motion music video for Cold Mailman‘s song ‘Time Is of the Essence’.