The throw away culture of tech and the temporary nature of this or that platform and version - paired with mandalas that are made to be destroyed…beautiful.
A recent design of mine - branding pieces for a musician/software developer
better 404s :)
Presenting at NY BigApps today! Not only my wireframes for the next Governers Island info app, but my voice is the one who takes you on the historical audio tour around the island!
This is me today. I’m the unicorn, though. #winning
.@MindyKaling speaks to the crowd at the #MadeWithCode launch party in NYC. “The only thing standing between me and my multimillion dollar app is that I don’t know how to code” - Mindy Kaling. #makers #dreamers #coders
Make all the things!
In the 1946-1961 era, some ingenious Russians began recording banned bootlegged jazz, boogie woogie and rock ‘n’ roll on exposed X-ray film. The thick radiographs would be cut into discs of 23 to 25 centimeters in diameter; sometimes the records weren’t circular. But the exact shape didn’t matter so much, as long as the thing played. (via ‘Bone music’: Soviet-era bootleg records of banned rock and jazz pressed on X-ray plates | Dangerous Minds)