A random strip for the month of hearts from the recent browser designs I made
Nothing too serious for now ok? haha

I’ll consider making some strips from time to time (since It’s fun)

((I would love to hear some fun facts from you sparkling people which I may have missed in my research. Links will be appreciated~!))


The Dilla Dimension

Browser-based 3D experience put together by Cartelle Interactive is a tribute to Hip-Hop producer J Dilla and his final album: 

The Dilla Dimension is an interactive, short film that tells the story of two sugarcoated souls and their psychedelic journey through outer space. Each step of their voyage is crafted to a selection of tracks from J Dilla’s classic album, Donuts.

An alternate universe, blanketed with hypercolor sugar and fluorescent glaze, gives birth to an unlikely cluster of donut holes. Suddenly, they are split apart and scattered across a sea of hypnotic, interstellar chaos. But the impossible takes shape when a love is sparked, leading to a desperate search across the universe for one another.

The Dilla Dimension will be launched on Dilla Day 2015 to celebrate 9 years of the album’s release and the life of one of hiphop’s most innovative & influential figures. It uses a league of new technologies to create a completely digital film that’s made with real-time programmed effects. This allows for an immersive interactive experience, not unlike that of a video game.

Experience it for yourself here

People are germs is ostensibly a micro-organism simulator. You play as a small dot and eat other small, static dots in the pursuit of growing bigger. But there are other mobile dots—other players—sharing your micro environment. Bigger dots can consume smaller dots. Communication between players is impossible. As much as is about microbes, it also serves as a beautiful insight into human nature—and it’s an ugly little world.

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for/with/in: Graphic Design for, with, and in the Browser / Available at / A collection of interviews, graphic experiments and code. Authored and designed by: Evan Brooks, Lukas WinklerPrins, Philippe Cao, Catherine Schmidt, Christina Rees, Christina Webb, Kelly Walters, Michael McDermott, Ojus Doshi, Daniel Giuditta, and John Caserta. Interviews with: Armand Mevis, Dan Michaelson, Jürg Lehni, Jason Pamental, Peter Bil'ak, David Reinfurt, Augustina Bello-Decurnex, Paul Soulellis, Ben Pieratt and Andrew LeClair. Published by The Design Office #graphicdesign #typography #browser #web #design #code #ArmandMevis #DanMichaelson #JürgLehni #TheDesignOffice