This clears everything up pretty well, I think!
The USDA revamped their infographic in favor of a hip new PowerPlate, which, in addition to being super-catchy, is apparently at odds with federal food subsidies as they currently stand. Interesting. The article here.
Competition details here.
If I were I guy, and the kind of guy who searches personal ads on Craigslist, I’d be after this one in no time.
It could use some composition help, though.
Another project from Iohanna Pani – using superposition and “natural movement” to transform and reduce everyday objects to something closer to their essential common form. Note the similar themes and approach in Jason Salavon’s “digital averaging” work in Monday’s reading.
The full design project – http://issuu.com/iohipocket/docs/objectology
youtube video – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O2ty2R5qe1s
A series of striking projects drawn from personal data, by israeli industrial designer Iohanna Pani. Amazing. Her portfolio here.
Haven’t been able to find the original source of this image – cited here as a construction by William Taylor mapping “the physical narrative of the story.” A fuller background on the project – hopefully – as soon as possible!