April 18, 2013
Graphic Design, Innovators & Creators, Photography
Roots Art has created some fantastic illustrations, placed over images that feature unique negative space between buildings.
Each image compliments the character of the building type, and allows viewers to see some otherwise ordinary views into the sky.
March 26, 2013
To some there may be nothing as dull as reading the periodic table of elements, so here is a visual guide to bring the elements to life!
A website ( http://d.hatena.ne.jp/doublet/ ) has been created to show the elements in all of their beauty because, for most, they are only known by their location on the periodic table – or from their correct spelling through spell-check. Enjoy!
March 5, 2013
Animations, Graphic Design, Innovators & Creators, Photography, Prototyping
Chicago is a-buzz with all of the new products showcasing at the 2013 International Home and Houseware Show.
With over 13 miles of aisles, 60,000 attendees, and 775,000 square feet of exhibit space for vendors, #IHHS13 is packed with all of the latest and greatest in design!
DavisonCreators was there as doors opened on Saturday, viewing all of the newest materials, vivid colors and best products before they hit store shelves. Here are a few things we saw along the way:
January 29, 2013
General Design, Photography, Product Innovation
Does the frozen lull of the winter months have you yearning for a more tropical landscape? Now, you can transform your interior into a serene underwater experience with these intricate jellyfish hanging lights.
Fabricated by Roxy Russel Design, these beautiful beasts of the deep sea are made out of eco-friendly materials such as translucent mylar. So, while you admire your luminescent sea creature, you can rest assured knowing that a percentage of the profits are donated to the Ocean Conservatory.
There is just one question left to ask: “How long until summer?”
January 22, 2013
Photography, Product Design
Health and fitness gadgets were all the rage this year at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show. One notable product was the LUMOback, which aims to improve your posture.
An electronic belt is worn around the waist and when you start to slouch it vibrates softly, signaling to straighten the lower back. Data collected throughout the day is sent to the accompanying mobile app, which reenacts your recorded posture via an animated character.
It’s a simple concept with huge paybacks and at $149 each you have nothing to lose, except maybe scoliosis.