Le Nid-de-Poule Cracking (voir ma petite gallerie : https://sayf.wordpress.com/urban-hacking/nid-de-poule-cracking ) est un nouveau jeu exploitant une faille de sécurité urbaine.
Je vous invite à lire ce petit billet publié sur le site du Collectif Citoyen Métèques & Aliens.
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‘Coup de Cœur’ du mois !
Check out the latest updates on First and Fifteenth, a sort of graphic novel, pop art short stories, by Stephen Powers aka ESPO (Exterior Surface Painting Outreach) Featuring urban stuff (like signs & advertising) with funny words & characters from the ghetto.
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In 2009 with the help of the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program, Stephen Powers brought graffiti back to it’s original roots, in a form of a love letter.
From paper to electronic ink and back again, Moleskine comes full circle with protective covers for the Amazon Kindle, the world’s most popular e-book reader: a new analog-digital hybrid designed for the e-bookworms.
The features and style of the cover are those of a classic Moleskine notebook: sleek rounded corners, strong elastic band, and the legendary smooth black cover. Inside, a suede lining protects the electronic device, while four corner elastic bands hold it in place.
Each cover includes a package of two reporter-style notebooks with black flexible cover, rounded corners, and blank ivory paper for jotting notes and insights.
The very idea of this new cover came from the Moleskine « notebook hackers », who create their own custom-made accessories weaving together paper pages and digital tools. Throughout the web, hundreds of communities and discussions can be found where such Moleskine « hackers » publish their inventions. Dedicated blogs, Flickr pages, and even YouTube videos highlight the power and vitality of the Moleskine digital-analog connection.
Available on Amazon.
Propaganda posters based on 1980s arcade games.
The Curated by Arkitip project launched with the KRINK Sleeve, a collaborative project between Incase and artist Craig Costello, a.k.a. KRINK or KR. Craig Costello is one of the most visionary and inspirational artists working today and is also the creator of KRINK, a line of the finest quality handmade inks and markers, beloved by artists and vandals alike.
KR’s products gained notoriety through their association with his work in the street, the studio and his dripping ink aesthetics. Curated by Arkitip merges KR’s artistry with the Incase notebook sleeve, a signature piece within the Incase line, resulting in a refined version of the classic sleeve.
Curated by Arkitip is a project designed for Incase aimed at delivering artistically embellished Apple products to users who have an appreciation for the creative arts and technology. All artists are carefully chosen by Arkitip for their dedication to their respective art forms and unique points of view.
Matt Robinson and Tom Wrigglesworth, two designers from London worked together on a project to measure the ink usage efficiency of common typefaces. They used ballpoint pens to write out large scale fonts and then let the remaining ink demonstrate the efficiency of that typeface.
A selection of the most commonly used typefaces were compared for how economical they are with the amount of ink which they use at the same point size. Large scale renditions of the typefaces were drawn out with ballpoint pens, allowing the remaining ink levels to display the ink efficiency of each typeface.
And the winner is…Garamond, my « Sayf » typeface ! Yes !
Serene Teh & Noel Lee from Singapore.
Illustrated with technical pen, frame by frame.