It’s Friday. Here are links to some of what’s been blowing around the studio this week.
There’s an interview Geoffrey Hoyle about his 70’s book 2011: Living in the Future looking back at looking forward with some lovely, yet not altogether pleasing to the author, illustrations. via @futuryst
Jones pointed us to filmonpaper.com, Eddie Shannon’s extraordinary archive of film posters.
Datamoshing rears it’s glitchy head again with Yung Lake – Datamosh via @philgyford and kottke. ‘sCool because it’s nerdy…. And made better by a bit of context in the form of a how to and David O’Reilly’s first compression transitions in 2005.
Timo points to Bluefin labs, an ambitious initiative growing from the Speechome project, building on Deb Roy’s work. Couple that with this and we should be about ready for an O’Reilly Baby Hacks book.
Glorious hues are revered from the golden age of comics and despised in 10 modern movies that are better in black and white.
And if you’re trying to make the most of your space too just be glad you don’t have this much stuff on your desk.
Of course, no week would be complete without an elaborate machine, and this human powered helicopter is quite something.