You can have a look at the design, decide that it is very clever and be stunned by Ford’s victory on the PR front. Congratulations Ford! You have understood, that the best way to get good publicity is to solve a problem which is not directly part of your core competences.
No really! That is no trick question. I visited the botanical garden today and it was hot. Not hot as in hot but hot as hot as in hell. So stand in the middle of all the plants and start to question myself: How much water does a bee hive need? Do bees actually need
I always enjoyed this saying on change and security. Just remembered it and had to make this poster. I think change is one of the things you cannot get used to. What do you think?
Maybe it is a little bit too much, but I think the slight color in the sky helps to establish a balance.
Interestingly my thoughts on brainstorming seem to have a truth in them. Interesting article…
GM is using Lego as a testing tool within their quality assurance. Due to the lack of a third dimension they turned to lego. Follow the link for more info (via fastcodesign)
The cross, a photo by stst31415 on Flickr. Sometimes beautiful things happen above your head.
Another picture I took with the 30mm f/2.8
The world looks different from above
I would not have expected the following events to happen when I got my new Macbook Air. What would a follower of Windows paradigms expect? Maybe some “I do not understand”-fun with the user interface. Well, I also had these but they were more fun then annoyances. The keyboard – oh how I still love those
Originally posted on lenscaption:
"where's waldo, sf edition"