More accessories for the Army of David's video tool kit — three dimensional modeling; no 3d glasses required!
As its namesake 2007 documentary vividly illustrated, Helvetica is utterly inescapable, both on your PC's monitor screen and in the 3-D world as well, from American Airlines to the IRS's 1040 form. But how did an era that promised unlimited freedom to designers create a font that became so ubiquitous?
Say what you will about the weekly AMC TV series, at the very least, it's a reminder that the period that history remembers today as “Camelot” was nowhere near as tranquil and idyllic as that word suggests.
Adobe's long-running multimedia tools receive their latest facelift. But what's under the hood?
Ridley Scott's 1982 Blade Runner has been reissued in a "Five-Disc Ultimate Collector's Edition," including its "Final Final Cut" just in time for present season. PJM Political's Ed Driscoll takes a look at the checkered career of the seminal noir sci-fi classic.
Ed Driscoll reviews the deconstruction of Ike's America in the new cable mini-series Mad Men. "In the hands of a writer like Larry Gelbart or the late Terry Southern, this could be wonderfully satiric stuff... But the writers and producers of Mad Men don't seem interested..."