“The Return of Black!” is the latest article at PingMag. It’s a nice contrast to the current summer season with all its light colors. Some of the products that are featured, are quite strange like black toothpaste or black toilet paper for example. Most links in the article will take you to Japanese websites. I really like to surf those kind of sites because mostly you have no clue where a link will take you. Like the website for this Japanese airline Starflyer, it took me around 20 clicks before I found some big images like these wallpapers. Fortunately your web browsers status bar can help you out. Web browsers don’t understand Japanese characters in an URL, so most websites use English links which you can ‘preview’ in your status bar. Japanese flash websites on the other hand, are always a real safari.
1000 A-1 posters, printed front and back on poster paper, specially made for ‘fly-postering’ with white on one side and blue on the back, so as not to let the poster on which it has been glued bleed through. We printed text in super high gloss black U.V. ink on the blue side and super matt black on the white, smooth side.
The posters were put up all over the city, and attracted a considerable amount of attention; we even got in the newspaper!
This is a very cool toothbrush! It creates a water fountain so you can rinse without a cup or anything else! Brush & Rinse by Scott Amron. The price for this prototype is a little high … $1.750.
Here is an example of minimal animation in a music video. It’s an unofficial (?) video for Dj Funks remix of ‘Let there be light’ by Justice. Justice, by the way, is way over hyped. There’s also an other video on YouTube of the release party of this track, where you can see Dj Funk in full action.
By the way, the video and lyrics are sexist, so don’t press play if you think you could be offended.