Interview with FakePilot

Flash Designer Mattias Lindberg aka Fakepilot is considered as one of the best flash programmers in Nordic Countries.He states on his site: “Don’t rip off my work like Levi’s, Nokia and Usher did, hire me directly instead”. Okay, we must to admire that his works are very influential. Now we have a chance to talk with Matias, and here is our conversation: **NDB**: Hi Mattias, many readers of **NDB** have seen your works, and these creations are very popular among many lovers of Nordic design…

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Picture from the coast in the Northern Norway – Alpenglow in the mountains and clouds

Picture from the coast in the Northern Norway – Alpenglow in the mountains and clouds Thomas Laupstad wrote: In this picture, from the coast in Northern Norway, you can see the “Alpenglow” (from German: Alpenglühen) phenomenon on the clouds and mountain peaks. It is a phenomenon that appears as a red glowing band as the sun sets.

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INTERACTIVE DESIGN COMPETITION

**Communication Arts Magazine announces the deadline for their 14th Interactive Design Competition–January 11th, 2008** Gain worldwide recognition for your finest work by entering the most prestigious juried competition for interactive media, the 14th annual Communication Arts Interactive Design Competition. Any interactive project created for digital distribution on the World Wide Web, CD-ROM, interactive kiosk or handheld device is eligible. Selected by a nationally representative panel of distinguished programmers, interface designers and creative directors, the winning entries will be published in the September/October Interactive Annual of…

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Duncan Wilson – Pixelnotes

A collaboration with Sirkka Hammer A wallpaper consisting of four layers of varying grey tones on a bright primary backing. Each layer is perforated in a grid format and backed with a tacky adhesive similar to ‘post-it’ notes. Pixelnotes is inspired by the way we work within a space. The walls become functional, an integrated noticeboard that documents our activity within the room. Pixelated formations and shapes develop according to our patterns of use. Winner: 2nd Prize, ‘New Walls, Please!’ competition January 2004 Link: Duncan…

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