If you watched the movie “Inception”, you probably will remember this reality checking toy: spinning top. It is one of the oldest recognizable toys which can be dated back to year 3000 B.C. After twice fully funded on kickstarter, ForeverSpin 2.0 has started a new funding campaign on Indiegogo, which gives you the chance to get your own tops. Made in Canada, and CNC-machined from one solid piece of metal for precision and quality, ForeverSpin™ tops are meticulously checked to ensure that only perfectly balance ones receive a serial number and carry the ForeverSpin™ seal. Made with 10 different metals, it’s absolutely incredible how two solid objects of identical shape can have such different gravitational pull. Sounds fascinating? Click here to get your own spinning top.
Chinese probably is one of the most difficult languages to learn. Different from Enlgish which only consists of 26 characters, there are more than 2500 common words in Chinese. It is quite difficult to connect those characters with their actual meaning, especially for Westerners. Luckily, London-based Chinese-language teacher Shao Lan invented Chinese character graphics called Chineasy that make learning Chinese more fun and intuitive. Via using eloquent illustrations of certain Chinese characters, the Chinese character becomes visually simple to remember and easier to recognize. Take a look at below examples, tell us how easy you find to learn these words in Chinese. If you find it interesting, you can buy the Chineasy book on Amazon.
The most creative work we see are made by those who graduated from art/design schools or take some classes there. But how creative those school can be when they try to promote themselves. Ironically, I can’t find that much those school promoting ads. But we still got some good ones, especially ones created by Animaster Animation School.
Complot Creativity School – Typography course