Tag: planets
andrew-kim-microsoft-rebranding

Brand New posts about Andrew Kim’s concept rebranding for Microsoft which he undertook on his own as a student at Art Center College of Design in Los Angeles, CA. The rebranding idea centers around what Andrew calls the “Slate”, a horizontal block line that he hopes will convey the fact that Microsoft is an ambitious […]

We live in amazing times. Using Google+, a group of space enthusiasts living thousands of miles away from each other are able to meet every week and gaze at planets and stars together. A remarkable feat that would not be made possible without the ease of Google+ hangouts. Just incredible.

We live in amazing times. Using Google+, a group of space enthusiasts living thousands of miles away from each other are able to meet every week and gaze at planets and stars together. A remarkable feat that would not be made possible without the ease of Google+ hangouts. Just incredible.

space-blanket

Excuse the blurry photo, but check out this space quilt/blanket currently being sold for $125 on Etsy!

If you’ve got an iPad, you need to download this free app called Planetary that represents your entire music library as a planetary solar system. Each artist has their own “Sun” and each album from that artist is a planet with revolving moons that represent individual tracks. The app doesn’t offer any extended functionality beyond […]

frying-pan-planets

“Devour” is a photo series by Christopher Jonassen where he photographs used frying pans as a comment on how we use up objects in our lifetime. What’s beautiful about this series is that Christopher photographs them as if they were planetary bodies, complete with “dark sides” hiding from the sun. He’s got a Flickr photoset […]