photojojo:

Instead of printing out photo booth strips, this Harajuku photo booth will print out 3D figurines of yourself thanks to the magic of 3D printers! 

It was set up by creative studio PARTY and will be up from November 24th to January 14th.

You have to stand still for 15 minutes in order to get your 3-dimensional photo taken — think you can hold your pose?

Photo Booth Prints 3D Figurines of Yourself Instead of Photos

via Laughing Squid, Spoon & TamagoOmote 3D

3d printing photo booth - print a 3d figurine of yourself. Love it.

designstain:

Noisy Interactive Posters by DM9DDB

Clever campaign by DM9DDB for Saxsofunny, a sound engineering company from Brazil.

Playing with the theme “Every image has a sound”, the Brazilian agency created interactive ads using different materials to simulate the sounds of objects pictured in their campaign posters.

via

(Source: designstain)

Manchester Marathon

So I’m doing my first marathon - the Manchester Marathon. It’s the first marathon in Manchester for 10 years, on 29th April 2012.

Training seems to be going ok so far, so fingers crossed for no injuries and it should all be ok.

If you want to sponsor and can spare a few pounds for a great cause, click here for my fundraising page http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/NickMorgan

And exciting news! I’ve got my first corporate sponsor! Thanks to http://www.appliancesonline.co.uk/

I’m still negotiating my lifetime supply of free white goods.

akevia:

Minimalist posters made by London-based graphic designer Anneke Short.

Oh God. This cannot lead anywhere good. Worlds smallest microwave plugs into USB. 

mrbooshay:

World’s smallest microwave plugs into USB

If you can’t tear yourself away from the computer for long enough to get lunch this could be your ideal desk accessary.

The tiny microwave plugs into the USB slot on your computer and can be used to heat up a snack or drink in seconds.

It was designed by Heinz and experts at GAMA Microwave Technology, and measures just 150mm x 160mm x 190mm making it the world’s smallest microwave.

Before you rush out and try to order one, spare a thought for all the poor IT managers across the country who just let out a collective gasp as they imagined you spilling sticky food all over ‘their’ keyboards.

(via thedbdesignblog)

Nicely shot, tightly edited, lovely behind the scenes look at SA’s Morewood Bikes. 

dashperiod:

For the month of September there is a very cool ad campaign running in New York for the show Boardwalk Empire. Customers of the 2/3 express line in Manhattan will be able to step into an authentic vintage subway train from the 1920′s, It will have rattan seats, ceiling fans and drop sash windows, as well as a  custom branded interior featuring Boardwalk Empire-inspired period artwork.

(via Gothamist] via fadedandblurred)

Love this experiential campaign for Boardwalk Empire - authentic 20’s subway car in New York.

dashperiod:

For the month of September there is a very cool ad campaign running in New York for the show Boardwalk Empire. Customers of the 2/3 express line in Manhattan will be able to step into an authentic vintage subway train from the 1920′s, It will have rattan seats, ceiling fans and drop sash windows, as well as a custom branded interior featuring Boardwalk Empire-inspired period artwork.

(via Gothamist] via fadedandblurred)

Love this experiential campaign for Boardwalk Empire - authentic 20’s subway car in New York.

jonathanmoore:

Liquid Type In Motion

Russian graphic designer, Ruslan Khasanov’s portfolio is full of experiments with unusual techniques and materials.  In his latest Liquid Type In Motion series Ruslan uses stop-motion photography to capture typography in liquid form.  View the full project and his other work on Behance.

Beautiful stop motion of typography in liquid form. Mesmerising.

Beautiful motion graphics from BBC Knowledge via curiositycounts:

A motion graphics treat from BBC Knowledge   (via)

(via curiositycounts)

Brilliant stop motion nail-art vid from Kia via thezagcollective:

Kia creates the worlds first stop motion advert on a fingernail!  This has to be seen to be believed!

(Source: thezagcollective)