Gerhard Richter’s comprehensive reference library, the Atlas Collection, can be seen online at www.gerhard-richter.com.
The Atlas: http://www.gerhard-richter.com/art/atlas/
The site also has an extensive gallery of his paintings…
We blog about robots quite a bit. Here’s one that finds objects it can turn into drums, beats the object, records the sound and then plays with it until it gets bored.
(As far as drumming goes it’s almost as cool as this: https://amnesiablog.wordpress.com/2008/02/07/best-product-demonstration-ever-m/ )
The Share.tv video is from a while back. It’s an interview of creator Frits Lyneborg of letsmakerobots.com.
Interesting thoughts on AI.
Searching for design inspiration for a personal project, I found myself looking at some great collections of vintage posters on Flickr. This collection of art deco and retro style (please correct me if I’m wrong… I’m a producer not a designer!) European advertising posters is especially nice.
If you have any other fun and interesting references of the same era or earlier, please share them with us!