Rintaro Shimohama, Naoki Nishimura and Shinya Wakaoka walk the streets of Tokyo to “Discover > Analyze > Reproduce” the fonts found in the signs of local stores.
Anitype speaks in code and provides a letter and a sandboxed environment for anyone to tinker and animate characters from the roman alphabet.
Kinematics is a system for 3D printing that creates complex, foldable forms composed of articulated modules. The system provides a way to turn any three-dimensional shape into a flexible structure using 3D printing.
Robo Faber is an autonomous drawing robot determined to continuously reproduce graphic connectors. It creates drawings generated using a preset system that is based on the the same process as drawings created by hand.
Created by Andreas Gysin, the project is a micro site for the dark, powerful and loud sound 7” record release by the German artist Novoline. While designing the cover Andreas was asked to leave a tiny white area somewhere on the back-cover to write the edition number from one to one-hundred, by hand. Instead of […]
Britzpetermann was commissioned to create an installation for the entrance hall that draws attention to the topic energy. The team decided to break down the topic energy and chose the 4 elements, the basis of all energy extractions which are used in the park and present in an elegant and interactive way.
Kim Asendorf uses Google Maps to explore incomprehensive complexity of landscape as colour and pattern.
Project explores the relationship between landscape, agriculture and digital fabrication by intercepting the process of precision farming by generative design.
I Follow is an ongoing series of computer generated flip books created by Matthias Dörfelt where the creature, landscape and animation are randomly generated, using Matthias’ hand drawn marks.
Neuronal Synchrony is a local web application for performance created using node.js and two.js to dynamically generate animations in real-time.
Project explores the notion of worship, the Internet and identity by combining animated GIFs + WebGL and delivering an unusual but very intriguing web experience.
After 50 years of pointing and clicking, Studio Moniker are celebrating the nearing end of the computer cursor with a music video where all our cursors can be seen together for one last time.