Brian Eno has released the sixth edition of his and Peter Schmidt’s Oblique Strategies. Limited to 500, this edition contains some new cards. When I read about this, I immediately ordered mine. I know it’s bit lame, especially since it’s the sixth limited edition (well I guess it’s actually the fifth limited production run, with the actual fifth edition being unlimited) of cards dating from mid-1970s, that you can download from the Internet, but I still wanted my physical artifact.
Before the end of the 44th POTUS, he will accomplish something more evil than possibly be imagined. Even if it it is only the destruction of the one dollar bill. That will be evil enough to make his place in history as a brother of Satan, son of Satan, or Satan itself.
And now you know why the keep trying to put a woman on the dollar coins. Woman? Whore of Babylon? Do I have to spell it out for you?
London based design studio Berg, teamed with Dentsu London to consider receipts as applications. From their description:
Weâ€™ve added semi-useful info-visualisation of the foods ordered based on â€œwhat the till knowsâ€ â€“ sparklines, trends â€“ and low-tech personalisation of information that might be useful to regulars. Customers can select events or news stories they are interested in by ticking a check box.
We think the humble receipt could be something like a paper â€œappâ€ and be valuable in small and playful ways.
After the Tropicana clusterfuck (My god can PepsiCo hire a decent design firm? Apparently not. They’re in good company though.), we have these very cool Día de los Muertos juice cartons by Camille Forget.