Kitchen Stereogram

10/28/2009 at 21:21 | Posted in Design, food, Photography | 5 Comments

Kitchen Stereogram

Cross your eyes to see my kitchen in stunning 3-D!  Click to embiggen.

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3D Perspective @ Harvard College of Design

10/26/2009 at 21:13 | Posted in Boston, Design | Leave a comment
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Best seen from the island on the corner of Quincy and Cambridge Street.

UPDATE: Has been removed as of 11/2/09.

Choice on Earth

10/24/2009 at 16:25 | Posted in Design | Leave a comment

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Holiday Card Design for Planned Parenthood of North Florida.

Washington Statue, Boston Common

10/20/2009 at 22:33 | Posted in Boston, Design, Photography | Leave a comment

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10/11/2009 at 16:53 | Posted in Boston, Photography | Leave a comment
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Flickr’s Fatal Flaw

10/02/2009 at 19:13 | Posted in Critique, Design | Leave a comment
Hawaiian sunset by Powerdinky

Hawaiian sunset by Powerdinky

A few weeks back, I was working on an events calendar for a local magazine when I found myself looking for images a few columns I had to fill. Since many of the events were musical acts, I turned to Flickr to see what I could find. As usual, even the most obscure groups had a number of fantastic photos taken during live performances. Brilliant stage light splashed across the musicians, horns gave bright flares all against a deep black background. Perfection. I noticed the first few I looked at were marked “All Right Reserved.” So, I just searched for the bands within “The Commons,” the search modifier that only looks for images with a Creative Commons license. Nothing.

So, I went down the list of other bands. The general search uncovered more gems, while again a search for anything with a Creative Commons license yielded a goose egg. The more searching I did, the more frustrated I became realizing that the wealth of creative resources in Flickr was needlessly bound by copyright.
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