Combined they are the colourful elements that create a digital image….however, they often get forgotten.
Whilst working on photoshop today, I accidentally set the pixels to the wrong setting – it created the image below. Rather than disregarding it, there was something about it that fascinated me…the shift of focus from form and shape to …colour.
I enjoyed the fact that if I showed this to others, only I knew what the image had originally been.
Pixels. Often disregarded. But fundamentally important.
Did a bit of an internet combing and thought I’d share what I found…
My brain is fried. Officially survived Day 2 at Indesign.
I have definitely hit the ground running – but I already feel very comfortable (the people are super friendly) and the office space is very relaxed and inspiring. Piles of design magazines lay around the office and we even have a sausage dog called Stella that guards the door.
Sitting at my new desk…I’ve been thinking about the ways in which your work environment can really impact the way you work. Decided, I would spend some ‘down time’ looking at some unique office spaces around the world…
Office made out of shipping containers. Loving the bright yellow colour and glass windows.
Yes, Im sure you have seen the google office on the internet thousands of times – but still….I just cant get over the slide. Although one must ensure their work outfit is ‘slippery slide appropriate’ – no short skirts girls (or boys)!
Skype’s On Cloud Nine In A Historical Brewery, Stockholm, Sweden. Bold geometric shapes and patterns – can only lead to inspiration! The fresh, modern lines with funky shaped chairs reflects to Skype’s playful spirit.
Electric blue. Stunning. I think I could do some of my best work sitting in this space.
I love this office space, design for a Turkish Ad Agency. It is actually an old barn which has been transformed into a contemporary space – however it retains elements of that historical character.Individual workspaces are enclosed in glass.