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Props going out to the Museum of Endangered Sounds - sounds from the past that are no longer part of our daily lives captured so kids can hear that sweet, sweet dial-up symphony of squelches and beeps we used to live with. Read More >>
Want a weird and wild web experience set to music? Then Friday Props has you covered as we dive into Recollection - an interactive journey through ten years of sound. Read More >>
At Cafe 239-20 in Hongdae, Seoul, South Korea you can be forgiven for thinking you've entered an alternate 2D reality, because the proprietors of the cafe have made it that way - it's not your fault.
Friday Props this week going out to the amazing 2D Cafe.
It came from the Lagoon! It was RADIOACTIVE! NOBODY expected ... the Pulp-o-Mizer! This week we are tipping our hat the fun tool that let's you build your own pulp fiction magazine covers. Read More >>
Once a commonplace site, cigarette vending machines are a thing of the past, but recently have been spotted in the wild with a fantastic new product being delivered - works of art. Read More >>
Friday Props: The projects and such edition It's been a few fridays since Friday Props showed it's face. There's a whole slew of projects going on at the Edgeworks Creative office, so I'm keeping the theme alive with the projects and such edition of Friday Props. I'll start off this week with a little in house project, the lunch button. We're often faced with the task of finding a new way to express the fact that it's lunch time. Our go to tends to be a meme of some sort related (sometimes) to food. We've been having some fun with a raspberry Read More >>
Happy Friday everyone! Here's some props to kick off your weekend!First up is this little tool to generate animated text. It's easy to use, and exports to a gif form in a multitude of colours. It's fun, and that's enough for me to props it. Give it a try here. XXXXXXXXXX Next up is this palette generator based entirely around the original set of pokemon. It displays the colors used in the illustrations side by side with the 8 bit art. Find your favorites over at http://pokepalettes.com/. Here's the obligatory pikachu as well as a couple palettes I personally enjoyed quite Read More >>
It's been a pretty hectic week here at edgeworks creative, so i'm keeping the theme going with a Whirlwind Edition of Friday Props. Here Goes! First up is this time collapsed video of kites on the beach. It's a fitting start to this eclectic collection of propsworthy coolness. It's neat, need I say more? Next up is this mock campaign to build a 300 mile wall around San Francisco. Why? To keep burning man participants from returning of course! The video featured below is fairly amusing itself, but the site itself (http://megagogo.co/) completes the experience https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PO_r6ndZRZY How Read More >>
Here's to another work week coming to a close. Let's celebrate with some friday props! It's a mixed bag edition, so here's a bunch of things I found interesting. This Parody. Entitled "The Timmy Brothers" this piece is a great parody piece about bespoke drinking water. Give it a watch, enjoy a laugh, and pass it along?
A short look at the Timmy Brothers, Brooklyn–based makers of bespoke drinking water.
Bill and Terry Timmy are introducing handcrafted water to the world with an almost pathological attention to craftsmanship and a thirst
It's another week of Friday Props, another week of cool findings big and small. Immensely large and incomprehensibly tiny, here's what I've found. First up is this music video created by artist collective Strange Freedom. It's composed from thousands of microscopic stills time lapsed into a variety of abstract forms. The atmospheric visuals melt into abstract landscapes in nearly perfect synch with the music. Give it a look below. . Second in this weeks props is a film by Trent Jaklitsch entitled Supersymmetry, that connects challenges with a greater sense of purpose, and a Read More >>