The folks over at San Francisco-based IndieCases are making some really beautiful iPhone cases. Using a simple crowd-sourced method, new designs are posted each week on their Tumblr and the ones with largest response (reblogs and likes) get printed. (via barefoot dynasty)
The Junkyard Jumbotron is a system that allows laptops or phones in close proximity to be ganged together to form a large display. The idea is actually pretty simple: enter a unique URL on all the devices which displays a QR code on each device, then photograph the resulting array of screens and email it to a special address and that’s all the system needs to slice and orient images on your new jumbo display. The whole projected was designed by Rick Borovoy at MIT and there’s a beta version for you to start tinkering with.
A wonderful set of illustrations by Attitude Creative which are available now as iPhone wallpapers and will eventually be produced as posters, shirts, and bags. “Archetypes is a personal project reflecting our love of space, animals and psychology. Using geometric shapes and illustrations of animals we’ve created interpretations of different animal archetypes.” (via behance)
Right on the heels of last weeks moneygami post, this great work from artist Hasegawa Yosuke who folds assorted currency into little hat-wearing figures, and apparently if you have an iPhone, yeah, there’s an app for this complete with folding instructions. (via green chair press)
Sweet new iPhone cases by Smallworks (not an official Lego product, but clearly they play nice with the real thing). I’m intrigued by these because they’re rather attractive and when not encased with my toddler’s Legos might provide a hefty grip. Already available on Amazon.
The To Resolve Project is the brainchild of designer Chris Streger. Streger contacted a number of designers and asked for them to create iPhone wallpapers for their new years resolutions. Above is just a few of the great designs that have been submitted so far, head over to his blog to see more and download them for yourself. (via design work life)