[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] Influenced by the Richard Serra's list of verbs, Molly Richards compiled her own set of verbs which have been re-appropriated by or invented for the Internet and asked the best digital artists to illustrate them.
[CONCEPT] Michal Krasnopolski created a series of minimalist posters where the most basic shapes suffice to illustrate the films. He worked with a grid system made of a circle and two diagonals inscribed in a square to express emblematic features of each movie.
[INDIE GAME] You will never do better than Usain Bolt's record in real life but you might beat him online. Scroll down the 100 meters or 283.500 pixels as fast as you can to be the best at this new "sport".
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] The algorithm behind Google Maps does not update the images all at once but sector by sector. A clear division can then be seen in a same area. Daniel Schwartz collects these stitched images and presents them with no postproduction whatsoever.
[CONCEPT] This seemingly normal street sign is actually "the most advanced sign on Earth". The informations displayed on the three arms are no longer static but keep evolving throughout the day thanks to a dynamic display made of 16,000 LEDs.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] Rhizome's The Download is a program that makes available for free one digital artwork a month. The selected piece last May was a web browser created by Jonas Lund that enables users to take part in collaborative surfing.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] A face detection algorithm does not limit itself to humans. It can recognize faces in the most odd places, even in the sky. Cloud Face is a collection of such faces found in cloud images by an algorithm.
[WEIRD APP] Google Trends lists the most common enquiries made on the search engine. The service has been around for a long time but it just got a brand new presentation, a dynamic hot trends visualizer.