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Offf vrijdag par Mind Map: Offf vrijdag

1. Off Russia

1.1. Ivgeny Kiselev

1.1.1. Abstract illustration

1.2. Alexey Platonov

2. ToDo

2.1. Arduino logo

2.1.1. Very small spaces

2.1.2. Differentiate from 'copycats'

2.2. The Strobes

2.2.1. For MTV

2.2.2. 'Something cool' during The Prodigy

2.2.3. Use of light, but not typical computer contolled light

2.2.4. Based on spectrum analysis

2.2.5. Open air

2.3. Todo.to.it

2.4. Expo 2015

2.4.1. Corporate identy for expo in Milan

2.4.2. Generative system

2.4.2.1. Generate 3d shape

2.4.2.1.1. Animated projection

2.5. Banca d'Italia

2.5.1. Interactive content for exhibition

2.5.2. About monetary unification in Italy

2.5.3. Touchscreen interface

2.5.4. Most complex so far

2.5.4.1. Scientific & historical content

2.5.4.2. Extra hires

2.6. Italia 150°

2.6.1. Statistical information

2.6.2. Graphical representation

2.6.3. 17 totems

2.6.4. 64x200px grid

2.6.4.1. Black, white & yellow leds

2.7. Spamghetto

2.7.1. Do something creative with spam

2.7.2. Deepest desires in extreme form = spam

2.7.3. Physical wallpaper

2.7.3.1. Tree structure

2.7.4. Can be bought online

2.7.5. Software-generated

2.7.5.1. Not yet personalized

2.8. Better Nouveau

2.8.1. Move from bits to matter

2.8.2. Betternouveau.com

2.8.3. Online shop

2.8.4. Tweetghetto

2.8.4.1. Poster with tweets

2.8.4.2. Frozen history

2.8.4.3. Hashtags, users, anything

2.8.5. Moonshine Vase

3. Rick Banks

3.1. Background

3.1.1. Print design

3.1.2. Typography

3.2. Why is design important?

3.2.1. Crowdsourcing?

3.2.2. Signage & wayfinding systems

3.2.3. Paul Rand: 'we are not as important as we think we are'

3.2.3.1. Improve the look and general quality of a product

3.3. No-nonsense approach

3.4. Clear, legible type

3.5. Work experience

3.5.1. Worked at C-design

3.5.2. This is Real Art

3.5.2.1. Motion gtaphics

3.5.2.2. Advertising

3.5.2.3. Branding

3.5.2.4. Typography

3.6. Influences

3.6.1. Modernism

3.6.1.1. J muller brockmann

3.6.1.2. Armin Hoffman

3.6.2. Milton Glaser

3.6.2.1. NY logo designed in the back of a taxi

3.6.3. Paula Schaer: 'a second of work in 34 years'

3.6.4. Logo design & branding

3.6.4.1. English national opera

3.6.4.2. British National Rail logo

3.6.4.2.1. 1964

3.6.4.3. Deutsche Bank

3.6.4.3.1. 1974

3.6.4.4. FedEx

3.6.4.5. Mother & Child

3.7. Inspirations

3.7.1. Herb Lublin

3.7.1.1. Core of typography

3.7.2. Wim Crouwel

3.7.2.1. Precision

3.7.2.2. Systems & order

3.7.2.3. 'A grid is like a football pitch'

3.7.3. Hoefler & Frere Jones

3.8. Professional work

3.8.1. The copy book (Taschen)

3.8.1.1. Design based on eyetracking

3.8.1.2. About adverising copy

3.8.2. Musician's union

3.8.2.1. Attract new members without alienating old members

3.8.2.2. Typographical magazine covers

3.8.3. Rapier agency logo

3.8.3.1. New building

3.8.3.1.1. 60s modern

3.8.3.2. Inspired by Wim Crouwel

3.8.4. United Reformed Church

3.8.4.1. No obvious cross in the logo

3.8.4.2. Font: renner reformed

3.8.4.3. Campaign 'zero intolerance'

3.9. Personal work

3.9.1. Find a platform for expression

3.9.2. Typetrumps

3.9.2.1. Inspired by Toptrumps cards

3.9.2.2. Trump cards for typefaces

3.9.2.3. Card style per font

3.9.2.4. Introduces type to a wide audience

3.9.3. 2K by Gingham

3.9.3.1. T-shirt

3.9.4. Surgeon's business card

3.9.4.1. In stainless steel

3.9.5. Clips & footage logo

3.9.6. Sonrisa Recordings

3.9.7. F37 type foundry

3.9.7.1. Form typeface

3.9.7.2. F37 Bella

3.9.7.2.1. Inspirde by Saskia by Jan Tschichold

3.10. Twitter: _face37

4. Information is beautiful

4.1. Data & statistics

4.2. Billion-dollar-o-gram

4.2.1. Different relationship to really big numbers

4.2.2. Daily Bread: spending per day

4.2.3. Animation

4.2.3.1. Debtris

4.3. Timeline of the world's greatest fears

4.3.1. Based on mentions in the media

4.3.2. Violent video games: peaks in november & april

4.3.2.1. April1998: columbine shooting

4.3.3. Google Insights

4.3.4. All other fears disappeared on 9/11 2001

4.4. Facebook break-up peaks in april and november

4.5. Data is the new (s)oil

4.5.1. Rich new material

4.6. Do horoscopes all just say the same thing?

4.6.1. Python script for scraping

4.7. About David McCandless

4.7.1. Visual CV

4.7.2. No design training

4.7.3. Evangelist

4.8. Combine colours, patterns & numbers to make meaning obvious

4.8.1. Relationshop Litigiousness & revenue?

4.8.2. A new kind of 'camera'

4.8.3. Racist profiling

4.8.4. Patterns you can't see on a spreadsheet

4.8.5. Goofle Zeitgeist

4.8.6. Tell story with data

4.8.7. Difference between 3500bn and 100m

4.8.8. World's first carbon-neutral volcano

4.8.9. Seeing the invisible

4.8.10. 'I can see what you mean'

4.9. Food supplements

4.9.1. 2 months to fill 2 pages

4.9.2. Infographic: mp3 of knowledge (compression)

4.9.3. Live infographic - web based

4.9.4. Do they work

4.10. Process

4.10.1. Start with sketch

4.10.2. Understand in order to design

4.10.3. Search Google for numbers

4.10.4. Left v right brain

4.10.5. Google Spreadsheets

4.10.6. Stripping out extraneous information

4.10.7. Lots of time

4.10.8. Playfulness

4.11. Fail

4.11.1. Visualisation without concept

4.11.2. Too much information

4.11.3. Forget to play

4.12. Infographic about infographics

4.13. Twitter: infobeautiful

5. Jon Burgerman

5.1. What does living well really mean?

5.2. Work/life balance

5.3. Everything I do starts with a drawing

5.4. Painter

5.4.1. Paralysis of choice

5.5. Influence

5.5.1. Tex Avery & Nintendo

5.5.2. Lives in NY

5.6. Free Lunch show

5.6.1. Bring me food and get a present

5.6.1.1. Too much food

5.6.1.1.1. There is such a thing as a free lunch

5.7. Interaction

5.7.1. Draw for toffee (twitter)

5.7.2. Colouring projects

5.8. Lossy data lab

5.9. Band: anxieteam

5.10. Chase peple with a Twizzler

5.11. Facebook group for faces

5.12. 'Jon, you're a brand!'

5.13. Rules

5.13.1. Change of location

5.13.2. Experiment

5.13.3. Everything informs

5.13.4. Not knowing what you're doing

5.13.5. Salad

5.13.6. Sharing

5.13.7. Stories

5.13.8. Life is pointless

5.13.9. Don't care about capital, it is opposed to sustainability

6. House Industries (Andy Cruz)

6.1. Building the house

6.1.1. Started as graphic design industry

6.1.2. Many hand-drawn logos

6.1.3. Punk rock lettering

6.1.4. Hot rods / custom cars

6.1.5. Tiki mugs

6.1.5.1. Ceramics

6.1.5.2. Glazes

6.1.6. Hobbies = work

6.1.7. Ed 'big daddy' roth

6.1.7.1. Fiberglass bodies

6.1.7.2. Signpainter (pinstriping)

6.1.7.2.1. Lettering

6.1.8. BMW mini launch

6.1.9. T-shirt in a can

6.1.10. House 33

6.1.10.1. London

6.1.10.2. Retail space

6.1.10.3. Change logo yearly

6.1.11. Handcraft approach

6.1.12. Don Letts

6.1.12.1. The Clash

6.1.12.2. Big Audio dynamite

6.1.13. US-UK

6.1.13.1. Script type

6.1.13.2. Jack The Fox

6.1.14. Medicom Toys

6.1.15. Agent Provocateur

6.1.15.1. Lingerie company

6.1.15.2. Custom script type

6.1.15.3. Butt Book

6.1.16. Photo Lettering

6.1.16.1. Bible of American typography

6.1.16.2. Manhattan storage full of type on film

6.1.16.3. Digitised the fonts

6.1.16.4. Pop culture letterform

6.1.16.5. Children's blocks

6.1.16.6. John Mayer

6.1.16.7. Photolettering.com

6.1.16.7.1. Pay by the word

6.1.17. Richard Neutra

6.1.17.1. Kaufmann house (california)

6.1.17.2. Neutraface font

6.1.17.3. Boomerang chair

6.1.18. Alexander Girard

6.1.18.1. Herman Miller

6.1.18.2. Girard fonts

6.1.18.3. Moma

6.1.18.3.1. Blocks

6.1.18.4. John & Marylin Neuhart

6.1.18.5. Textiles

6.1.18.6. Vitra

6.1.18.6.1. Archive of Girard work

6.1.18.7. Beyond business to business

6.1.18.8. Nativity

6.1.19. Charles & Ray Eames

6.1.19.1. Furniture

6.1.19.2. Graphic design

6.1.19.3. Films

6.1.19.4. Strong graphic element

6.1.19.5. Eames Century Modern font

6.2. Typeanddesignworkshops.com

6.3. Font foundry

7. Vincent Morisset

7.1. Arcade fire

7.1.1. Started when music blogs were rising, mtv was falling

7.1.2. Old couple

7.1.3. First website

7.1.3.1. Exploratory

7.1.3.2. A cool shell with unimportant content

7.1.3.3. Constrictive format

7.1.4. Neon Bible

7.1.4.1. Emphasize content

7.1.4.2. Artwork extension to the album

7.1.4.3. Transmedia

7.1.4.3.1. Infomercial with hotline

7.1.4.3.2. The price is right tv show

7.1.4.4. Website as a hub

7.1.4.5. Miroir Noir (movie)

7.1.4.6. Neon Bible Music video

7.1.4.6.1. Interactive

7.1.4.6.2. Constant reactiveness

7.1.4.7. Black Mirror video

7.1.4.7.1. Toggle tracks via keyboard

7.1.5. "The Suburbs"

7.1.5.1. First idea: Time lapse from Montreal to Texas

7.1.5.2. Pictures of suburbs in Texas

7.1.5.3. Retroprojection (hitchcock)

7.1.5.4. Shadow figures

7.1.5.5. 8 different covers

7.1.5.6. How to make digital artwork relevant

7.1.5.6.1. M4a audio format

7.1.5.7. Website

7.1.5.7.1. Rebus based on lyrics + film

7.1.5.7.2. Online scratchable mp3

7.2. Colorblind clyde

7.2.1. Kino Automat

7.2.1.1. 1967

7.2.1.2. First interactive film

7.2.1.2.1. Democratic

7.2.1.3. Red/blue 3D

7.3. Blabla

7.3.1. Nfb

7.3.2. A film for computer

7.3.3. Blabla.nfb.ca

7.3.4. Emotion & narrativity

7.3.4.1. Film, game, interactive book?

7.3.5. Basic concept of communication

7.3.6. Limited assets

7.3.7. Kind of a story, but not really

7.3.8. Stop motion

7.3.9. Grammar

7.3.10. An apple on the ground

7.3.10.1. Explore the unknown

7.3.11. Craft & fragility

7.4. Sigur Ros film

8. Marian Bantjes

8.1. Youth

8.1.1. Book typesetter

8.1.2. Design business

8.1.3. Canada, the prairies

8.2. Now

8.2.1. Bowen Island

8.2.2. Draw, paint, digital

8.2.3. Commercial work for art directors

8.2.4. No direct client contact unless carte blanche

8.3. G2 puzzle special

8.3.1. Tiling units

8.3.1.1. Combine to form letters

8.4. Important

8.4.1. Engage viewer interest

8.4.2. Figuring things out

8.4.3. Planned approach

8.4.4. Exploration of materials

8.4.5. Subversion of the organic

8.4.6. Visual alignment & balance

8.5. Sachs

8.5.1. 'Want It' campaign

8.5.1.1. Fashion

8.6. Valentines

8.6.1. Series

8.6.2. Laser cutouts

8.7. Sailboat for wallpaper magazine

8.8. Why are modernist designers attracted?

8.8.1. Dance, movement

8.8.2. Rationality

8.8.3. Illuminated manuscripts

8.8.3.1. Complex, yet structured

8.8.3.2. Ornamentality

8.8.3.2.1. Wonder

8.8.3.2.2. Religious

8.8.3.2.3. Spark of unknowing

8.8.3.2.4. Time-intensive

8.9. The church of the non-believers

8.9.1. Book

8.9.1.1. Thames & Hudson

8.9.2. Images and words are co-dependant

8.9.3. Speak Up weblog

8.9.3.1. Editing and/or rewrite

8.9.4. Jewellery display at Griffins observatory

8.9.5. Absara typeface

8.9.6. Low tech signage

8.9.6.1. Movable type

8.9.7. Ye olde graphic designer

8.9.7.1. Heraldry

8.9.7.2. Text rewritten to fit trapezoid frames

8.9.8. 20 different typefaces

8.9.9. Family photo album

8.9.9.1. Past through the lens of the future

8.9.9.2. Mother's To-do lists

8.9.9.2.1. Contained a lot of personality

8.9.9.2.2. Narrative

8.9.10. Wonder

8.9.10.1. Research-based

8.9.10.2. Hardest part

8.9.10.3. Tried to force too many facts

8.9.11. Honour

8.9.11.1. Ornamented artefacts

8.9.11.1.1. Griffith Park certificate

8.9.11.2. Crystal goblet

8.9.11.2.1. The wine is the content, the glass is invisible

8.9.11.2.2. Vs. Japanese tea bowl

8.9.11.3. Ornaments in pasta

8.9.11.3.1. Ref. Kindergarten, 'in the honour of parents'

8.9.12. Secrets

8.9.12.1. Purposefully hard to read

8.9.12.2. Half is encoded with a cypher

8.9.13. Portraits from cemetaries

8.9.13.1. No text

8.9.13.2. Memory

8.9.13.3. Honour

8.9.13.4. Secrets

8.9.13.5. Wonder