Donut by Suhyun Yoo, Eunah Kim and Jinwoo Chae
‘DONUT’ consent has a donut-shaped hole in the middle instead of two small holes. This makes life a lot easier because you can plug in all directions. You are not being constrained by just two holes. Even if this outlet is placed in out of sight. You can plug your sockets easily.
More about it: Behance
Find out what the next thing is that you can push, that you can invent,…that you can be ignorant about, that you can be arrogant about, that you can fail with, and that you can be a fool with. Because in the end, that’s how you grow.- Paula Scher (via littlelioncaitie)
If you’re told what to look for, you can’t see anything else. So one thing is to see, in a way, without words…. Once you have an idea, or somebody tells you something to look for, that’s about all you can see. I had this experience recently: A dear friend of ours has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, and I hadn’t seen her for about six months. And when she came and visited, I couldn’t see her anymore. I could only look now for symptoms, how the dementia was manifesting itself. I couldn’t see her through any other lens but the possible symptoms. And that one word, that one piece of knowledge totally corrupted every time I looked at her.Edward Tufte (via austinkleon)
when you don’t create things, you become defined by your tastes rather than ability. your tastes only narrow & exclude people. so create.
I’d agree with this statement….though it’s a difficult principle to keep in practice.
Wonderful talk in Moscow from 2011 about the evolution of music as a “plastic art” and the changes in art in the 20th and 21st centuries. Includes his ideas about “scenius” and “control vs. surrender.”
Having been trained at art school, Eno is also quite the visual thinker — I drew some of these ideas while listening to a radio program with him a few years ago, so it was a pleasure to him actually draw them out himself!