This is the first blog post from a new series…
Two examples of the future of graphics online. We’ll do this in a friendly low-brow/high-brow format.
First, low-brow. Knickerpicker. The name sort of says it all. You can choose a lady and tell her what to put on for you. Reminds me a bit of the bunny ranch. But still, helpful if you’re in the market for knickers and you want to see what they’d look like on someone hotter than you.
Second, high-brow. This one I found yesterday when I was sorting through Brea’s Scarlett portraits. I hadn’t known about this magazine, Paste, and it turns out that they use technology through BlueToad that allows you to read and look at the whole magazine online, complete with sound effects for the turned-pages. I imagine this would irritate some people, but I kind of like it.
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