Archive for Future
Here is a drawing for what I’m imagining for the inside of the box. The top drawing would be the inside lid, the lower the inside bottom (where the magic happens). The ouside of the box will only have the star symbol, to keep it a little mysterious while closed.
I’m sticking with Futura for the informational text (and I don’t think i’m budging on that), and trying out a new font for the product name/ descriptions. Im actually really liking it with the two as they are right now.
The name is really just a placeholder right now, I’m not sure what to call it. Any ideas? Also, take a look at the language, and please suggest changes if you have any, or tell me what works.
I just got back from Canal Plastics, getting the bottom plate laser cut for the wheel. Very exciting.
I happened upon this book in the laundry room of our building, where there is a public book shelf that you can take and leave books.
It’s actually quite a gem (hilarious outdated concepts used in it aside) its in great condition for being printed in the 1940′s, and it’s beautifully designed and printed with hand drawn charts and graphs.
And above all, I’ve always felt that this is the way that math should be applied in school (but I guess that hardly ever caught on).
In 2036, reality entertainment has reached its pinnacle moment. Pushed into unknown markets, a new idea has developed: Death Lottery. People play for a chance to die—streaming live on the internets. The media coverage will be sure to make them a star, but is it worth it?
Taking inspiration from 20th century sporting event posters, this tongue-in-cheek message was intended to inform a viewer in the future about an aspect of my topic (chance). In this case lottery and chance based games—taken to extremes. As instructed, this poster was made using only this copy of The Hockey News.