Katerina Kamprani has imagined a series of objects with the worst possible user experience. Quite evidently, Katerina’s renderings bring to mind Jacques Carelman’s Impossible Objects made popular by the cover of Don Norman's The Design of Everyday Things.
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I have been spending some of my spare time designing stuff for sale on Society6. Product / pattern design not being what you’d call my métier, I had a go at algorithmic generation. I did so in Processing, iterating the infamous 10 Print algorithm to create sets of patterns which I unimaginatively dubbed '45 Degrees'. Here’s the basic script.
Content-aware Typography, a blog collecting submissions of works that remix typography through Photoshop’s Content-aware Fill tool.