Archive for January, 2009

links for 2009-01-28

Wednesday, January 28th, 2009

links for 2009-01-25

Sunday, January 25th, 2009

Artists Michelle McSwain and Ryan Warnberg (known collectively as MRI) demonstrate how to paint with light. The premise: combine LED lights with long photographic exposures.

MRI also has a blog

Artists Michelle McSwain and Ryan Warnberg (known collectively as MRI) demonstrate how to paint with light. The premise: combine LED lights with long photographic exposures.

MRI also has a blog

Artists Michelle McSwain and Ryan Warnberg (known collectively as MRI) demonstrate how to paint with light. The premise: combine LED lights with long photographic exposures.

MRI also has a blog

Artists Michelle McSwain and Ryan Warnberg (known collectively as MRI) demonstrate how to paint with light. The premise: combine LED lights with long photographic exposures.

MRI also has a blog

Painting with light

Wednesday, January 21st, 2009

Artists Michelle McSwain and Ryan Warnberg (known collectively as MRI) demonstrate how to paint with light. The premise: combine LED lights with long photographic exposures.

MRI also has a blog

links for 2009-01-21

Wednesday, January 21st, 2009

Touch screens and iPhone controlled car

Saturday, January 17th, 2009

There are touch screens everywhere in the concept car and no mechanical switches

I really like the iphone integration idea. The tablet PC in the glove box though seems like it wasn’t thought out as much as the rest.

The Alphabet Game

Friday, January 16th, 2009

Here’s a list of companies I’ve worked for or with over the years in alphabet book format

A is for Ascentium & Altrec

B is for Blast Radius, sovaldi
Brickfan and Bowne

C is for Coinstar

D is for Decision Processes International (DPI)

E is for Enic.cc & Eddie Bauer

F is for Freerange & Flying Spot

G is for GitWit

H is for Hornall Anderson & Humongous Entertainment

I is for IndiFlix, for sale
Infinium Labs and Interactive Threshold

J is for Hmmm… I can’t think of a single J company. So J is for JavaScript you’ve always been there for me.

K is for King Love, view
one of my favorite clients.

L is for Loudeye

M is for Microsoft (whose internal groups could single handedly fill out this whole list) & Modo

N is for Nunhems, Nordstrom, Neverstop and NEC

O is for O’Reilly Media

P is for Paypal, also not anyone I’ve worked for, but I have worked with from building ecommerce and collecting money from clients. I <3 you paypal.

Q is for Qpass

R is for Reba McEntire, yes the musician

S is for Standard Output, Sitewerks,  Slam Media and Spry

T is for TriFilm

U is for U2 and their Popmart World tour website

V is for Visomark Law Group

W is for Wirestone, Wunderman, Wildseed and Weyerhaeuser (that’s a lot of Ws)

X is for XL Insurance

Z is for Zaaz

links for 2009-01-11

Sunday, January 11th, 2009

Infographic: 3 trillion dollar war

Friday, January 9th, 2009

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64 VECTOR ARROW ICONS

Friday, January 9th, 2009


ArtFall from eric gradman on Vimeo.

ArtFall from eric gradman on Vimeo.

ArtFall from eric gradman on Vimeo.

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Found these very lovely Vector arrows on Liquidicity’s website. They are all very well done and will help save me a bunch of time in the future. Usually, asthma I’ll remake something like an arrow from scratch for each project because it’s such a good place to start to define the esthetic of the design.

ArtFall – Whiteboard physics simulator

Thursday, January 8th, 2009


ArtFall from eric gradman on Vimeo.