Category Archives: Websites

March Arrives

Down under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass (DUMBO) in Brooklyn, resides the former Grand Union Tea Company warehouse. Entering the understated foyer one is greeted by welcoming aromas from a small coffee bar, wedged next to a staircase. One that leads … Continue reading

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nous

As a site dedicated to architecture and design in media, I’m remiss for not having mentioned nous. “A gallery, network, and publication with an initiative to expose and promote design qualities inherent in digital media and technologies for architecture and … Continue reading

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Layer Tennis

Time constrained competitions between new media artists are all the rage nowadays. From Cut & Paste to Fjorg! they remind me of South Korean gaming events that resemble concerts or sports events. Fitting in a world where capitalism demands accelerated … Continue reading

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Art Directors Guild Design Presentations

The Art Directors Guild, the Hollywood guild whose members handle the production and set design for television series, films and commercials, has publicly made available select design presentations provided for their eleventh annual awards. These PDF presentations are occasionally accompanied … Continue reading

Posted in Film, TV, Websites

Speedshape

Visual Effects, Design & Asset Management firm Speedshape, recently relaunched their website with a complete makeover. Founded in 2003, Speedshape quickly became known for their efficient CAD to VFX automotive translation pipeline. A year ago Speedshape expanded into the LA … Continue reading

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Lebbeus Woods Comes to the Web

The experimental avant-garde architecture of Lebbeus Woods has influenced generations of artists. From film, Wood’s ambiguous Neomechanical Tower (Upper) Chamber blatantly served as the interrogation room inspiration in Terry Gilliam’s 12 Monkeys, to games where Woods apparently influenced Half-Life 2’s … Continue reading

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The Photographic Works of Kristopher Grunert

An excellent architectural, industrial and landscape photographer was recently brought to my attention. Kristopher Grunert’s photography blurs the line between commercial work and fine art. His rendition of modern industry and his careful consideration of compositional lines, atmosphere and lighting … Continue reading

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Jen Stark

Artist Jen Stark, previously noted in Artect.net’s article on Paper Sculptures, has updated her website with new work and launched a blog featuring her latest exhibitions and press coverage. Jen Stark’s next show is the solo exhibition “Little by Little”, … Continue reading

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MotoDanica

Walking on 33rd & 8th in NYC, the above image is hard to miss. It’s plastered across an entire building facade. This new ad campaign for Motorola stars Formula One racecar driver Danica Patrick, highlighted in a dramatic Flash microsite … Continue reading

Posted in Automotive, Products, Websites

Ecomagination

Last week GE’s Ecomagination celebrated its two year anniversary.

Posted in Advertising, Conservation, Websites