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“Against Dumb” by Smart Car or “Be Stupid” by Diesel?

Posted in Animation, film, inspiration by aldorf on February 23, 2011

Wired Design Conference – Disruptive by Design – Amazing Work

Posted in Animation, film, music by aldorf on August 8, 2010

Awesome work by Bonsajo for the Wired Design Conference 2010.

Motion Graphics Director: Takuya Hosogane

Music: Taoka Takashi

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Brilliant Work For IBM By Illustrator Norma Bar

Posted in illustration by aldorf on August 8, 2010

all of the IBM work here.

More illustration here.

Noma Bar portfolio at Dutch Uncle.

The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us

Posted in Animation, ideas by aldorf on June 20, 2010

This lively RSA Animate, adapted from Dan Pink’s talk at the RSA, illustrates the hidden truths behind what really motivates us at home and in the workplace…

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Hybrid novels: A new way of reading narrative fiction

Posted in design, ideas by aldorf on January 24, 2010

A hybrid novel can be seen as a hybrid image-text novel. A book where written text and graphic devices such as illustration, photography, information graphics or typographic treatments may interject in order to hold a readers’ interest. It is a kind of book that requires the readers’ actions and also to be handled and experienced. A great example is “Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde” designed and crafted by Alberto Hernandez. He just finished his MA Graphic Design at London College of Communication.


Posted in ideas, illustration by aldorf on January 10, 2010

I love these true, simple philosophical graphs of Jessica Hagy. Much more at

Posted in film, illustration by aldorf on October 26, 2009
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Data Visualization_Part I

Posted in blog, illustration by aldorf on September 16, 2009

DataVisualization_1One of my favorite things on NYT blogs to read is “Abstract City” by Christoph Niemann. He is an excellent, keen observer of human nature and a great Illustrator. Data Visualization more old school but with a twist, if you know what I mean.

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