Thursday, December 29, 2016

Link Round-Up: December 29, 2016





3D-Printing An Army Of Forgotten Goddesses To Fight Colonialism

Bellevue, Washington designer Dave Nunez of Rabbit Engineering has created cool mini 3D printed models of classic video game consoles, computers, and historic machines. The entire collection of models are available to purchase from his Etsy store.

International publisher Taschen has announced the release of National Geographic Infographics, a stunning pictorial history of the magazines’s pioneering infographics. Along with photography and journalism, the use of infographics has always been one of the three pillars that National Geographic has used throughout its 128-year history to provide fascinating content to its readers. This is the first time, however, that these illustrations have been compiled into a single, colorful book.

Kristian Williams aka KaptainKristian created a beautiful tribute to the iconic rhyming storyteller Dr. Seuss with a skillful tetrameric rhyme of his own.

Mozilla and the Tactical Technology Collective have created a popup storefront in lower Manhattan called The Glass Room: Looking Into Your Online Life. Situated somewhere along the education—art spectrum, The Glass Room provides "a place to consider how you use technology and how those behind technology use you" (as put on the landing page). Resources include a variety of workshops about technology and privacy, along with a book of leaked passwords and other art installations.

Over 250,000 Photographs from the George Eastman Museum Go Online


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