In an continued effort to distinguish Disney Animation from Pixar, “the creators of ‘Tangled’ and ‘Wreck it Ralph’” released this trailer for its new animated film, ‘Frozen’.
This poster featuring 35 of the 20th century’s greatest, most influential designs titled 20th Century Designs From A to Z was created by 67 Inc. The designs are presented as collectable trading cards and includes objects like clocks, furniture, record players, toasters, and more.
Apple recently released this 10-minute video that follows people from around the world whose lives have been changed thanks to the fantastic apps available to them. Great video.
Yes! Introducing the Periodic Table of the Muppets by Mike BaBoon, featuring well-known (and not so well-known) Muppets throughout the years and their primary puppeteer.
Graphic designer Simon Delart created this set of super heroes and video game characters created using geometric shapes, specifically triangles. Illustrating superheroes like Superman, Batman, Green Lantern, and Flash, as well as video game characters like Mario and Sonic the Hedgehog, Delart stuck pretty religiously to using one shape to create these awesome pieces. Impressive.
Ever wonder how many rivers there are in the United States? This illustrated map of the U.S. by Nelson Minar is created by showing just the country’s rivers. Wowza. See a much larger version here and get more information on Minar’s blog.
Karim Nafatni is not only a photographer, but an airline pilot too. The Dubai-based photographer began documenting his view from the cockpit due to a “fascination in how cities looked”. We’ve all seen aerial photos, but these images are unique because they give us a perspective we don’t usually get to see — through the eyes of a commercial airplane’s cockpit.
This week on the show we’re recapping Apple’s World Wide Developer’s conference keynote. We’ll discuss our thoughts on the new MacBook Air, and the long-awaited, all new Mac Pro. We’ll also chat about OS X Mavericks, the latest version of Apple’s desktop operating system. And of course we’re going to discuss Apple’s release of the controversial, totally re-designed iOS 7 for your iDevices.