Stack ‘em high.
Stack ‘em high.
We sent a couple of our senior creatives north of the border this week, not to celebrate Rabbie Burns night but to get cracking on an exciting new digital project with leading Welfare to Work provider Working Links Scotland. Not only will the project see us collaborating with academics, research agencies, artists and production crews the campaign is going to be launched in a political arena to raise the issue of youth unemployment.
We’re really proud to be part of to this influential project from both a creative and digital perspective that could hopefully make a real difference to the lives of Scotland’s young people.
Wikipedia has started a 24hr blackout in protest against US anti-piracy laws that it claims could "fatally damage the free and open internet" and "severely limit people’s access to online information". The English version of the site has closed access to the online encyclopaedia to highlight its opposition to the proposed SOPA and PIPA laws that are being voted on in Washington later this month.
I think I’m in love with tilt-shift photography, and when I stumbled across Ben Thomas’ site here I thought they were some of the best examples I’ve seen.
Take a look – they’re simply gorgeous.
The beginning of 2011 I decided to embark on a ‘little’ project. I wanted to see if I could take one photo every single day for an entire year. I was going to try and develop my own online system to help me achieve this, but after a bit of research I discovered Shuttercal. This site allows you to upload your daily photos to an online calendar. There is also a nice community of people who are also doing the project. The best part of this service is the ability to order prints of each completed month. It’s really nice to have a physical record of the year.
I’ll be writing a more in-depth post about the experience once Decembers photos arrive.
The Apple App Store has given Instagram the accolade of iPhone app of the year for 2011. We love it here at Tribe, and to celebrate the worthy award we’ve put some of our favourite Instagram shots we’ve taken over the last year here. Just click the link below to see them, and send us links to your favourites by commenting.
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