Have you ever wondered how Twitter, iPod, youtube, and other technology tools and platforms would be represented if they were created in the 1960s? Via: Design Crowd
This is pretty insane! Jevin West and Carl Bergstrom, creators of the 'Which Face Is Real' sensation, state their reason for creating such a program, "to make you aware of the wase with which digital identities can be faked, and to help you spot these fakes at a single glance." We snapshotted a new of the faces below, see if you can tell which one is real and which is fake! The real face will be highlighted in green.
Ever wondered what it's like for kids to grow up with the constant glow of screens these days? British Artist Kristin Jones gives us a peek into her thoughts on the subject. Jones's illustrations mix 1950s nostalgia with modern technology. The eerie images depict children mesmerized by electronics. Her characters are hollow eyed and empty, looking as if their souls have been sucked out. Chilling! Find more of Jones's retro illustrations here. Via: Ufunk