24 December 2016
It's that time of year again for annual reviews of everything - which I quite really like. Something satisfying about an annual review.
Just got the one above from one of our clients, Wilton's Music Hall, it's lovely, thought I'd share. At a time when theatres are really struggling from funding cuts, rent rises and so on, it's great to see that Wilton's is doing really well. John Wilton opened his "Magnificent New Music Hall" in 1859 and after much hard work and campaigning, it is once again a great performance venue.
The site we built for Wilton's is here.
Bring on 2017!
SuzanPosted in: theatre
23 December 2016
Hi the MLE,
Thanks for the link, and it is true that this is something I could see us doing. How graphic design changes with time is something that we have always been interested in, and we have done quite a few experiments around this.
Here Sagmeister has made a wall of 10 000 green and yellow bananas, to see how the wall changes over time. What surprises me as well, is how perfectly all the bananas fit together, it must have been a challenge to pick out 10 000 that are all the same size.
I'm sure we will speak before, but have a nice Christmas! Hope there is snow over there in Stockholm.
9 December 2016
Would like to share an identity we have done recently for the Center for Brains, Minds and Machines. Based at MIT, the CBMM aims to understand intelligence, how the brain produces intelligence and how we may be able to replicate it in machines. You know how Facebook recognizes faces so that you can tag the picture? You know driverless cars? These are examples of just some work developed in their labs.
Its mission is to bring together computer scientists, cognitive scientists, and neuroscientists to form a new field, the Science and Engineering of Intelligence, which goes beyond Articial Intelligence. The logo uses circles to represent these three research areas and dots to represent the research area components such as researchers and theories. As these circles come together, the dots combine to form new patterns, as new components are created. The sum is more than the parts.
See more here.
Have a nice weekend!
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