Happy 3D Printing Week! In celebration, we partnered with our friends at GE and MakerBot to bring the Gizmodo logo to life. Take a look.
This past Saturday, Microsoft was kind enough to host Jalopnik and Kotaku readers at the brand new Xbox One Loft in San Francisco for a sneak peek at the soon-to-be released Xbox One & Forza Motorsport 5. Beverages were consumed in earnest, prizes were ceremoniously distributed, time trial records were set and 100+…
Yesterday, as part of my Content presentation at the really, truly, super-fun and informative Gawker Media National Sales Meeting, I asked everyone in attendance to play a surrealist game entitled The Exquisite Corpse. Here are the rules:
Saul Bass, the great American graphic artist and filmmaker, was born on this day in 1920, right here in New York. (The Bronx, to be exact.) His legacy is extensive, boasting countless iconic corporate logos, movie poster designs, and opening title sequences.
When contemplating your brain, you might think, "Hey, my brain has done alright by me. I mean, I'm alive, aren't I?" And you'd be right. But did you know that that that grey matter of yours is also actively keeping things from you?
Sometimes with design - the journey is just as fascinating as the end result.
Concentration is a lost art.
The IAB just recently announced its Digital Video Rising Stars products. And I have to say, I'm extremely impressed by the Timesync product.
Massimo Vignelli was the Italian designer tasked with communicating how residents and tourists alike should navigate the NYC subway system. The original MTA map was "riddled with anomalies" and "sacrificed geographical accuracy for clarity by reinterpreting New York’s tangled labyrinth of subway lines as a neat…
Infographics are all the rage these days, and it's easy to see why. We live in the Age of Big Data, and, according to the New York Times - the sheer amount of existing data is growing at "...50 percent a year, or more than doubling every two years." We're moving into a new data-driven society, where every indtustry…
To celebrate the release of Wreck-It Ralph in the UK, Disney created a first-of-its-kind in-real-life activation called 8 Bit Lane. Created by Aden Hynes and his team at Sculpture Studios, the installation features 8 bit-inspired pieces including pigeons, taxis, and - what was clearly the most popular photo op via a…
Advertisers were out at their creative best at this year's Super Bowl. But rather than spend the big bucks on ads during the game, marketers knocked it out of the park with unique game-related ads that ran in the days that followed.
Arrested Development fans everywhere are counting down the days until the series returns in May, with all 14 episodes dropping on the same day on Netflix (note to all - I may or may not be "sick" that day).
You're looking at a "living" billboard. I know, right? You're not sure whether you're completely grossed out or whether this is the coolest thing you've ever seen. Now that's innovative.
In the ongoing Calendar of Tales creative content generating partnership between Blackberry and Neil Gaiman continues, and this is where it really starts to be a shame this stuff has nowhere to live. Neil finished twelve short short stories based on responses to his twitter queries and they are available to read via a…
So we've all heard about Alicia Key's stint as the BB10 creative director tweeting from her iphone. Great lols. Really taking away from the pretty interesting partnership between Blackberry and Neil Gaiman. It's called 'A Calendar of Tales"