CYMATICS: Science Vs. Music – Nigel Stanford

“Every once in a while something keeps me tuned in. Cymatics: Science Vs. Music did just that.”

I had to share this, a friend sent me the link on Facebook (thanks Mr Lyon – Mr Harmon) and it blew my mind. A must see, and a great tune. Talent like this is very special and must be applauded. Enjoy and follow the links to support some shit hot talent:

Solar Echoes – Nigel John Stanford

I’ve heard of Cymatics but it’s usually in a scientific way. This has it all! Fire waves of pulsing black alien liquid and a drum kick that creates a wave form out of water. Even with all the scientific dramatics of a portable faraday cage, the music is standout. A top tune, you should go and check out all his videos in full 4k, breath-taking and awe-inspiring.

Mr Stanford thanks for the inspiration…

Mixed by Michael H. Brauer
at Electric Lady Studios, NYC
Engineered by Simon Gooding
at Rubber Monkey, Wellington
Cover art by Greg Martin
ArtofGregMartin.com

smashLAB / Agency

A reason for being – a purpose…

smashLAB / Agency from smashLAB on Vimeo.

A brief introduction to creative agency smashLAB, its focus, service areas, and reason for being.

I was really taken back by this video and the possibilities achievable with imagination and hard work. Creativity is yours to own you just have to reach out and think it.

Using your Face

Busy on Pinterest and found this little beauty. A great post from Helen Bailey on inspiredology.com about using your face to make a personal website. Great inspiration, as I was thinking of doing something similar for my portfolio. Off course I’m not a super model, so it was going to be heavily edited and creative use of my face. Maybe a flip top head or something like that. I think it’s a great idea so have a look at this top post. Leave your feedback, do you agree using your face to promote yourself?

Here are my 3 favourites:

adhamdannaway

soulmedia

e-sysoft

Pinterest | Ben Silbermann – Sublime Advertising

Ben-Silbermann

Just read a great article about the Pinterest creator Ben Silbermann on FastCompany. A fantastic article well worth 10 minutes of your time. I’ve been using Pinterest since its inception in 2010, back when it was invite only. I fell in love with it straight away. I don’t post lost of pins but it does encourage you to pin exactly what you like. This article puts depth and flesh on the bones and an insight into why Silbermann made it and the direction it is going in.

Go read LINK