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Posted by admin on 23rd December 2008 in General

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Posted by admin on 23rd December 2008 in Art, Design, Typography

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Posted by Tim on 16th December 2008 in General

Lego hip hop album cover, amazing idea. Well done Nick Hanekom & Glen Manucdoc, these album covers are about as close as you could get to the real thing. If you happen to stumble across our humble blog please please do Del the Funky Homosapien – I wish my brother was here.

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Posted by Tim on 9th December 2008 in General

I stumbled across Genevieve Gauckler’s website the other day, and was like “oh thats the illustration for that”, “and that”. It’s nice discoveing a body of work so diverse in subject, medium & style yet so consistent in those little ways you hardly pick up on.

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Posted by admin on 8th December 2008 in Design, Interactive, Typography

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Now we can combine a love of typography with our iphones, how geeky. This is a friendly little marketing tool for FontShop. It doesn’t have any real practical use just yet but I’m expecting this (or a competitor) to go somewhere interesting with the genre in the future.
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Posted by admin on 5th December 2008 in Art, Design, Web Development

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Lightning effects are attractive elements in graphical design and sometimes even needed to express a meaning or carry a certain message or mood.
psdfan set up a collection of tutorials for some outstanding ones in a 3 part series. A potent provision
of new skills and inspiration definitely worth a look.

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Here are the links to all article parts:
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3

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Posted by Tim on 2nd December 2008 in General

A fully functioning browser based audio production tool. Or as I like to call it ‘something to make horrible noises with’ Hobnox’s audiotool is amazing you can play about with switches and knobs till your finger bleeds. But without some serious knowledge of audio production and/or time I suggest you stick to the defaults. Still defiantly worth a go!

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Posted by admin on 28th November 2008 in General

See a high quality (115mb) version here. Directed by Nick Hooker
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Posted by admin on 28th November 2008 in General

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Comic Batman reaches the end of road after 69 years. Read all about it…

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Posted by admin on 28th November 2008 in Web Development

Adobe just released a Beta of their new Labs project called Durango. Durango is a Framework to build AIR applications that can provide reusable components. Adobes goal with Durango is a “new way to share code and drive viral adoption of new components and services”. Durango addresses end users without the need to have any programming knowledge as well as developers to mashup applications by simply dragging components from one Durango application to another at runtime. These components can be visual UI elements or pure data services. Once a Durango application gets a component dropped in, the framework tries to automatically hook it in into its own application logic. Components simply accept inputs and produce an output. Durango components can share their information via conventional Flex Data Binding.
Properties on Durango components that may be connected are marked using the known metadata tags.
[as]
[AutoConnect(sink,source)] //can connect as both as inputand output
public override function set htmlText (val : String):void {
super.htmlText = val;
}
public override function get htmlText () : String {
return super.htmlText;
}
[/as]

Properties may be tagged as data sources, destinations, or both. When new components are added to an application, Durango makes as many connections to it as possible from among the available unbound component properties already in the application. Connections are made whenever values can be converted to the available type, or can be constrained to match property names.

Durango gives also the possibility to manually inspect and alter the way it`s components actually hook in by disabling or reassigning them or modifying descriptors as in the case of web service reuse / publish.Durango also announces a rapid application development approach by mashing up protoypes that can be incorporated into Flex Builder projects.

Follow this link for further information.

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