London creative design consultants Schulze & Webb wanted to explore the best way to visually navigate through dense cities.
What they came up with is now called “Here & There,” and it lets you simultaneously and seamlessly view a city from the point of view where your are standing and from a bird’s eye view in the sky.
Why? “Because the ability to be in a city and to see through it is a superpower, and it’s how maps should work.”
Here’s the map:
Here’s the visualization:
Here & There in Manhattan 2 from schulze on Vimeo.
This is how GPS should work…
Here & There featured in Wired UK — read
Design origins and sources, powers and cities — read
Video of how GPS could work in a bendy Manhattan — read
Slagsmålsklubben – Sponsored by destiny from Tomas Nilsson on Vimeo.
Very cool school assignment to reinterpret the classic fairytale Little Red Riding Hood.
Inspired by: Royksopp – Remind Me
Music: Slagsmalsklubben – Sponsored By Destiny
Animation: Tomas Nilsson
There’s some talent young guns out there.
I absolutely love these.
More Mr Men subverting over at Seven Hundred.
A new IKEA magazine ad by zig Toronto promises beds “So comfortable, you’ll need shorter bedtime stories.” And then it fills that need with an accompanying booklet of very, very short stories.
An illustrated Jack and the Beanstalk, Little Red Riding Hood, The Tortoise and the Hare, and Sleeping Beauty are all told in one sentence. Short and sweet.
Great creative idea, and a gorgeous execution.
New trailer for Medieval Season on BBC Four, featuring crazy animations from the mind of a medieval man on a trip. Accompanied by Jimi Hendrix – Purple Haze, given a medieval overhaul no less.
Agency: Transistor, New York
Representation: Strange Beast (a branch of Passion Pictures)