Brian's drawing board. Usually cluttered with whatever happens to be on his mind.
For info graphics that most people wouldn’t understand as info graphics … This one is among the best I’ve seen
Thanks to the watchful eyes of a Belgian YouTube viewer, I can now add De Standaard to l’Equipe on the list of European newspapers that have mentioned Cyclocosm. Unfortunately, they’ve both been for an article that wasn’t up to my usual standards. Those were dark years.
But I’m sure Jason Gay will get around to doing a piece on #htrww in WSJ any day now…
If you hop around some of the links above you can find your way back here … to my tumblr.
ed: I posted this photo last summer, and someone sent it back with this red circle pointing out an imperfection!
If this wasn’t photoshopped the dice would show three (3) instead of two (2) on the side, or the six (6) on top would be rotated 90 degrees. Dice have numbers that add up to seven (7) on opposite faces #factoftheday
Lots of blue and orange on #Seattle streets today. Consolation prize for Denver?
A history of pavement cracks - plaques currently being installed in various locations throughout Sydney.
I think this is brilliant. Great job Miguel
The greatest architects.
The Rapha Continental: 2013 Pacific Northwest
I had nearly as much fun making this GIF as I had watching the video.
Yeah, this is good.
The Float Table is a matrix of “magnetized” wooden cubes that levitate with respect to one another. The repelling cubes are held in equilibrium by a system of tensile steel cables.
It’s classical physics applied to modern design. Each handcrafted table is precisely tuned to seem rigid and stable, yet a touch reveals the secret to Float’s dynamic character.
Despite the “archispeak” of the description, I still want this
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