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Holographic politicians could soon become a normal thing in the US | The Verge

Earlier this year, India’s prime minister Narendra Modi was campaigning for reelection and used a rather unusual method for being in many different places at once: he became a hologram. Not biologically, but with the help of a company called NChant3D that broadcast his nearly hour-long speech in 53 different locations. Now a US company called HologramUSA has the rights to use that technology in the US, and has just hired a lobbyist in Washington, DC to push the Democrats and Republicans into using holograms in the upcoming 2016 presidential election, reports Bloomberg BusinessWeek.

The result could be long-dead politicians from America’s Founding Fathers, to more recent and beloved party figureheads like Ronald Reagan and John F. Kennedy. Politicians might also use it to do the same thing as Modi, and be in two places (or more) at once, stretching “in person” appearances on the campaign trail.

new-aesthetic:

Holographic politicians could soon become a normal thing in the US | The Verge

Earlier this year, India’s prime minister Narendra Modi was campaigning for reelection and used a rather unusual method for being in many different places at once: he became a hologram. Not biologically, but with the help of a company called NChant3D that broadcast his nearly hour-long speech in 53 different locations. Now a US company called HologramUSA has the rights to use that technology in the US, and has just hired a lobbyist in Washington, DC to push the Democrats and Republicans into using holograms in the upcoming 2016 presidential election, reports Bloomberg BusinessWeek. The result could be long-dead politicians from America’s Founding Fathers, to more recent and beloved party figureheads like Ronald Reagan and John F. Kennedy. Politicians might also use it to do the same thing as Modi, and be in two places (or more) at once, stretching “in person” appearances on the campaign trail.

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5 days ago


thedsgnblog:

Friday Freebies: Collection of free CV templates!

Have / know a freebie that you want to share? - Feel free to send it!

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jmak:

I’ve designed a poster for a poetry journal (聲韻詩刊)in Hong Kong. I’m working at a digital studio these days, so it’s fun to help a friend work on some prints every now and then. These are a few of the many versions throughout the process. Let me know which one you prefer.

(The last batch is just some color palette tests. Choose from the 4 main ones!)

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1 week ago
thedsgnblog:

This is still just an idea / concept, but you might wanna take a look at the (possible) new The Design Blog website.
Full view is available on my dribbble!

thedsgnblog:

This is still just an idea / concept, but you might wanna take a look at the (possible) new The Design Blog website.

Full view is available on my dribbble!

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2 weeks ago
fiore-rosso:

Kengo Kuma & Associates.

fiore-rosso:

Kengo Kuma & Associates.

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MICA Grad Show 2014    |    View on Behance

This year-long project pulled together content from the Maryland Institute College of Art’s sixteen graduate programs to promote and record graduating student work. They developed an identity system that looks great on its own but can also showcase bright artwork, then designed and developed a responsive website, mailers, poster, and forthcoming print catalog.

Design: Nour Tabet, Richard Blake, Emma S. Forbes, Yingxi Zhou

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2 weeks ago


new-aesthetic:

"Why does this guy get to call this guy about stuff this guy released?"

Colonising the Clouds  — Medium

Slides and Notes from a presentation given at Theorising the Web #TTW14 NYC April 2014 with updated/expanded comments.

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3 weeks ago
ohyesverynice:

Typeverything.com - Hand Lettering by Thomas Pena.

ohyesverynice:

Typeverything.com - Hand Lettering by Thomas Pena.

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3 weeks ago

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thedsgnblog:

Epiforma    |    http://epiforma.com

"We have designed ourselves a new identity. As a logomark we used a distinct typography approach with clean, geometrical lines that visually translates in a playful way the lexical concept that we created for ourselves: Epiforma. Above shape, we want to explore details to build narratives. Merging this identity concept with a tactile combination of fine papers, we shaped ourselves a fresh identity that goes hand in hand with our ambitions and represents our quality standards in all parts."

Epiforma is a multidisciplinary design studio established in 2014 that creates a diverse range of visual stories across multiple disciplines. Combining together a love of narrative and strategy that influences experimentalism and functionality, they build systems to generate creative outputs that define an innovative experience between their clients and their audience.

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