The Christmas Experiments is an advent calendar made by digital artists. Check out everyday to grab your sweet taste of digital experiment. Granted, there is only one week to go but here’s a vital pro tip: start with day one no matter what. Credits: David Ronai, Damien Mortini, Aurelien Gantier, Florian Zumbrunn and Lionel Taurus
New Babylon is a project involving curators Jessica O’Brien and Pip Wallis and artists Kay Abude, Renee Cosgrave, Eliza Dyball, Anna and Renee Miller-Yeaman, Jessica Pinney and Esther Stewart. The project will culminate in the presentation of six artworks in public spaces in Melbourne during the 2012 Next Wave Festival. The New Babylon website is a pretty little gem. A quite distinctive style – nice work with the layers and the «frame».
«Everything You Need to Know About Design on the Web» is a nice Piccsy Playground Presentation. Check it out – you might find some new helpful bookmarks. The «Web Design Galleries» section looks improvable though.
Google presents the Sketchup Showcase – browse some of the best SketchUp projects from around the world. And this is not only a ‘bookmark worthy’ showcase, it’s also a pretty well done website. Check out the remarkable 3D-ish hover effects on the thumbnails.
Tim Jarvis is Partner and Creative Director at London based creative digital agency The Profission Partnership. He is an award-winning graphic designer producing for print and web and quite a renowned and exceptional creative. This is his excellent WordPress based personal blog. You should definitely consider to bookmark it right away.
The Art Project is a collaboration between Google and 151 acclaimed art partners from across 40 countries. «Using a combination of various Google technologies and expert information provided by our museum partners, we have created a unique online art experience.» Truely unique and quite impressive. If you like art, you’ll love Google’s Art Project.
More than 7 years ago the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam closed its doors. In 2010 and 2011 they temporarily opened their doors for the public three times. These brief exhibitions were called Temporary Stedelijk 1,2 & 3. Temporary Stedelijk (4) is an online exhibition initiated by Amber van den Eeden & Kalle Mattsson. They believe that the museum is missing a great opportunity by not using the possibilities of the internet to showcase the work of young artists from Amsterdam. A good cause and a very interesting website.