Random links and things

Anathema Delights, a tumblr / Singer Vehicles re-engineer and rebuild old school Porsche 911s (via Autoblog) / Stuxnet worm ‘targeted high-value Iranian assets’. Worms as economic warfare / the Bookie, a contemporary update of the classic Isokon donkey / nk91, a hipster-y tumblr / the new Hermes campaign has a certain charm / been before, will visit again, art by Patrick Hruby / Utrophia, cultural projects in South London and beyond.

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Art Solutions from the James Cauty Design Solutions (UK) Ltd Online Catalogue / There are no cats in this book, the movie. Book by Viv Schwarz, film by Grangousier. See also things I threw away / gif-focused tumblr archive pages are quite the experience / The London Tube Map Archive. We were going to do this, but there doesn’t seem to be much point now / She Who Laughs When She Oughtn’t, a weblog.

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Remnants of a Disappearing UI at Design Language News: ‘Because the primary input method of the iPad is a single piece of multitouch glass, developers have incredible flexibility to design unique user interfaces. It’s hard to appreciate the variety of UIs though, since turning the screen off removes virtually all evidence of them. To spotlight these differences, I looked at the only fragments that remain from using an app: fingerprints’.

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The Thundercats action figure guide. See also Transformerland / Annual Zombie Apocalypse Safe House Competition (via BD), a nice piece of viral marketing / PrintCollection sells historic prints / artist Oliver Michaels makes films. See Museum Postcards, Train and the ten-year long Re-Write: Back to the Future / alechsml, a tumblr / illustration by Kerry Hyndman / creative shopping at the Big Cartel.

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SkyScraperCity’s ongoing thread on the Shard (including a link to this construction simulation video. The site as it was) / Theory11, a magic forum / Space Station Ground-Based Movie (via dvdp) / F.lux ‘makes the color of your computer’s display adapt to the time of day, warm at night and like sunlight during the day’.

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