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DeathPaint™

Studio · March 1, 2012 ·

3D texture painting in WebGL makes its debut. The good people at Cartelle present DeathPaint™. You should try it and perhaps you can create a more advanced «Hipster Skull».

Loïc Rémy

Brand · June 24, 2011 ·

Get to know the french football star Loïc Rémy and play with him through a new interactive experience. Site by bigbossstudio

Music Can Be Fun

Project · June 8, 2011 ·

Music Can Be Fun is an interactive HTML5 site created by Edan Kwan for the Dev. Unplugged contest by Microsoft. He used the ink effect from Labuat combined it with the music “Boy” by Ra Ra Riot and merged it into a mini HTML5 game. Just play, listen and enjoy!

Rickard Sund

Portfolio · March 18, 2011 ·

Amazing new HTML5 portfolio website for Stockholm based photographer Rickard Sund. Site by Hugo Ahlberg, Daniel Mahal and Daniel Connor.

Then, Now and Forever

Brand · February 10, 2011 ·

Become a part of the new “Then, Now and Forever” saga by adidas. Site by Sid Lee and Cartelle.

adidas Style Essentials

Brand · February 9, 2010 ·

Click and start your journey with the new adidas Style Essentials. This beautiful campaign site was created by Cartelle + Sid Lee.

Q-BLOCK

Project · August 18, 2009 ·

Q-BLOCK lets you create and share 3D Pixel Art Online. This is an adorable tool by KYUCON. Make sure you check out the other stuff, too.

odosketch

Project · July 19, 2009 ·

Odosketch recreates the decidedly non-digital experience of working with a sketchbook. Its papery textures, variety of brushes and intentional imperfections make you forget you’re working on a screen.

Red Issue

Brand · August 27, 2008 ·

Red Issue is a danish fashion brand specialized in womens clothing. Their new website is a shiny masterpiece by Hello Monday and lets you draw the interaction.

Morisawa Fontpark

Brand · August 11, 2008 ·

morisawa is a leading supplier of japanese typesetting systems. their fontpark microsite lets you redraw the kanji elements as you like to. credits: yugo nakamura