Sony released pictures of a new OLED (Organic Light-Emitting Diode) display that can show 16.7 MILLION colors, as opposed to the next closest display, which could only do 262,000. It’s all on a flexible piece of plastic that’s only 0.3mm thick.
This is seriously the future right here. Everything you’ve ever seen in sci-fi about something like this will be true.
You’re going to read your digital subscription of the New York Times on this stuff. Computers monitors will be as thin as magazines, and will roll up into a tube that fits in your monitor. Then haptic technology will come into it and you’ll be able to have touch screen capabilities.
I’m a firm believer in the, ‘If you can dream it, it can happen”, idea.
Info via Engadget
For some reason I decided to pick probably the most ridiculous image to showcase Nathan Fox’s art, but whatever, I think it’s funny. Nathan Fox does some hot stuff, and he’s kinda like a bizarro version of Paul Pope.I don’t think he’s biting Mr. Pope’s style, they just happen to have the same sensibilities in art… like drawing really well.
Nathan Fox’s use of color is also EXTREMELY amazing, like the wonderful piece above from the Will There Ever Be A Rainbow? show. He also does lots of 3D artwork, like the kind that needs the special glasses. Just got check out his site, I’m sure you’ll enjoy it.
I’ve loved 2K T-shirts for basically ever. They always fit really well, are made of thick cotton, and the designs on them are always by the best illustrators and designers in the game.
BUT WHEN DID THEY START LETTING PEOPLE ORDER ONLINE?!
I wish I had known this before tonight. I would be surrounded by thousands of wonderful t-shirts! And completely broke as well, but whatever… I love t-shirts so hard.
The two tees up there are a new one from Geoff McFetridge on the left, and a kitty one by Shynola. I laughed really, really hard at that cat one for some reason.
Go buy lots of t-shirts now!
Why the hell aren’t there more products like this in the world?!
Inseq Design has hit the nail on the head with this one. Zuse is a toaster that prints/burns images onto your bread! While this isn’t idea isn’t that new, the design of it is a stroke of genius. I love that it hangs on the wall, giving you more space on your countertops, and the form is compact and shiny like all good appliances should be.
The Zuse comes preloaded with a bunch of different images that print/burn in a random order, adding to the fun! haha…
The New Image Art Gallery is having a show starting on June 1st called ‘Brodeo’, which features some really great artists. One of my absolute favorites, Evan Hecox will have some work there, after kinda’ laying low for a while, along with the very rad Cody Hudson and Kelsey Brookes, who I was able to see at that ‘Want 2B Square” show. Also in attendance will be Skullphone, Bast, The Date Farmers, David Ellis, Eddie Martinez, and Eric White.
He’s 20 years old, and takes pictures way better than you.
Elias Tahan is an awesome LA based photographer who takes pictures with the most amazing colors and depth. Definitely go check out his stuff!
I found these posters over at Coudal Partners, as a part of their Swap Meet they have going right now. The colors of these are so great, and at $65 for the pair ($40 for one), that’s a really good deal.
“It’s about how America got born, with the cowboys and the astronauts and the whatnot.”
This looks like something that Ashley Wood would dream up. MK12, the folks who brought you the amazing infographics in ‘Stranger Than Fiction’, are now making a movie about ‘The History of America’, though it looks more like an all out battle in Las Vegas between cowboys and astronauts. I’m talking ax-wielding astronauts and satellites crashing into cowboys… mega weird. But it also looks really amazing at the same time.
Go check out the trailers and stills and make up your own mind about the project.