I have a new favourite Google Doodle… this appeared on .co.uk earlier today.
Loving this Google core sample logo in honour of Nicolas Steno, a 17th century myth buster.
Thirty cards are required, and each is slotted as in the template below. To build your own, simply copy this pattern onto thirty cards, cut on the red lines, and assemble as in the image.
Notice how sets of five cards meet at their short edges form six different prism-like “equators.” The construction approximates the uniform compound of six pentagonal prisms, but with rectangular sides instead of squares.
Not really I just see white maths noise… Let’s also note the use of the word ‘simply’. As much as I would love to be able to create one of these it will be a cold day in hell first. Despite expert tutorials from Nevie Pie attempting to construct a basic peace crane has reduced me to tears, and looking at this just makes my head hurt.
Please can some maths / craft genius out there make it for me? I have some vintage Playboy playing cards which would look awesome put together like this…
Creative lab PARTY recently conducted an impressive media stunt in downtown Tokyo, titled the “Fastest Painted Website“, to promote a new Toyota concept car. A number of artists collaborated together to live-paint a billboard that became a working website in real time with constantly changing clickable elements as it came together.
SOOOOOO CLEVER and one for the creative ‘must try’ ideas bank for me.
Photographer Robbie Cooper has done a unique series of portraits which show individuals next to their online avatar. Some of them are surprisingly moving, others more predictable.