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A few visual and innovative treats we’ve come across this week at Flipside, through work and play.

1. Photography: Olympics Rio in 2016

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Shutterstock have put together a guide to taking picture in Brazil with some colourful and inspiring examples
“Taking Pictures in Brazil: A Guide to the Best Locations for the 2016 Olympic Games”


SOURCE: www.shutterstock.com

#photography  #image  #rio2016 #olympics #

2. Music: Star wars vinyl with holograms

Very awesome vinyl for the Star Wars sound track with a hologram

“The Force Awakens goes 3D.
Following on from that die-cut picture disc of newbie droid BB-8, Disney is pressing John Williams’ magnificent soundtrack for Episode VII: The Force Awakens to vinyl. Not any old vinyl, mind; these are holographic records that offer a 3D experience of the Millennium Falcon on disc 1 and a TIE fighter on disc 2.
Hand-etched by Infinity Light Science’s Tristan Duke, the artists behind the tricks in Jack White’s ‘ultra-LP’ Lazaretto, the holograms can be seen under a direct light source or flashlight.”

Source: thevinylfactory.com

#starwars #music #vinyl #hologram #millenniumfalcon

3. illustration: Strangest things ever spotted through a window

We’re loving these illustrations by Paul Blow


“When we walk down a residential street, we can’t help but peek inside the windows of people’s homes. We know it’s rude, but the cosy glow of a lamp will always spark our curiosity to sneak a cheeky look.
Now Dorset-based illustrator Paul Blow has illustrated six of the strangest things ever spotted through a window, including a woman who was “weighing her boob” and a woman walking “a guy on a leash wearing black leather!”

SOURCE: Katy Cowan creativeboom.com illustrations Paul Blow

#illustration #humour #creative

4. Digital: Website design and illustration

Visually rich  illustrations and website design for charity feeding orphaned children in eight countries

Check it out hungercrunch.com

“For too long, world hunger has destroyed the lives and ruined the dreams of children around the world. Hunger Crunch gives you the opportunity to fight back and have some fun at the same time. Hunger Crunch is a game for and by Rice Bowls, a nonprofit working to feed orphaned children where the need is greatest. When you play, you can help provide much-needed food to these awesome kids.”

SOURCE:  hungercrunch.com

#websitedesign #appdesign #website #illustration

5. Tech: Sony walkman

The Sony walkman is 37 years old! Surprisingly the last remaining company making tapes ‘National Audio’ est 1969 had it biggest year in 2015 ! There’s still a surprising market for cassettes.




#sony #sonywalkman #music #retro