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Home july 19, 2016

Watch Time Fade With This Concrete Clock

Hours of the day dematerialize into shadowed remnants with this French-designed wall piece

Work december 17, 2013

Pantene Ad Targets Sexist Double Standards In The Workplace [Video]

Aired in the Philippines, the minute-long television spot fights for equality by contrasting stereotypes.

Arts & Culture april 17, 2013

Forensic Drawings Reveal Women's Skewed View Of Their Appearance

Dove hired a sketch artist to create portraits of women, one based on their own description and one on that of a stranger.

Design & Architecture january 29, 2013

Optical Illusion Sculptures Only Take Shape When Viewed In A Mirror [Pics]

Artist Jonty Hurwitz creates pieces that only look familiar when placed in front of a cylindrical mirror.

Technology december 31, 2012

One Day...All Media Will Be Interpreted Through The Mobile Phone

Jess Butcher of Blippar looks forward to a day when mobile phones will enhance our experiences through augmented reality.

Sustainability june 30, 2012

Smart Sunglasses Read People's Emotions And Detect Trauma

O2Amps amplify visual indicators that signal embarrassment and illness to the general public, but could also be used to help doctors to better 'see' their patients and assess their health.

IoT march 5, 2012

Concept Glasses Overlay Social Networks Onto The Real World [Video]

Michael Harboun brings together AR, brain computer interface and our online connection to layer philosophical questioning on the everyday world.

Syndicated october 13, 2011

frog: How Global Screen Culture Will Affect Us

The evolving design of the digital devices that are starting to fill our stores and schools will change the way we think, behave, and buy.

Work july 7, 2011

Revealing An Invisible Storyline With Berg's Graphic Novela Experiment

SVK is a graphic novella complete with an object that reveals its invisible ink.

Advertising march 30, 2011

How News Logos Affect Viewer Bias

Two PhD candidates in the University of Michigan’s Communication Studies program recently published a paper that exploring the effect of brand identity on viewers’ perceptions of bias in the news.

Technology february 16, 2011

Exploring Memory And Perception Through Flickr

German artist Matthias Dörfelt uses openFrameworks and images from the photo sharing service to create a remarkable installation.

Design & Architecture july 20, 2010

Hyper Normality: Twisting Reality And Reconfiguring Time

Sitraka Rakotoniaina creates designs which manipulate our perceptions of reality.

Advertising may 26, 2010

Under Cover Outfit: Exploring The Psychological Perception Of Uniforms

A designer explores how a public uniform changes people's perceptions.

Work may 17, 2010

Lessons in Cultural Storytelling: The Looking Glass: Banksy & Mr. Brainwash

What lessons can be learned by studying the pop art trickster foolery of Exit Through the Gift Shop?


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