The Marginalian
The Marginalian

Search results for “aaron koblin”

The Interface is the Message: Aaron Koblin on Visual Storytelling at TED
The Interface is the Message: Aaron Koblin on Visual Storytelling at TED

What 10,000 sheep have to do with Johnny Cash, Marshall McLuhan and the evolution of storytelling.

read article

Reconfiguring Reality: An Atlas of Alternative Maps by Ed Ruscha, Yoko Ono, Damien Hirst, John Maeda, Kevin Kelly, John Baldessari, and Other Icons
Reconfiguring Reality: An Atlas of Alternative Maps by Ed Ruscha, Yoko Ono, Damien Hirst, John Maeda, Kevin Kelly, John Baldessari, and Other Icons

“Maps are errors to arrive at truth.”

read article

7 Essential Books on Data Visualization & Computational Art
7 Essential Books on Data Visualization & Computational Art

What 12 million human emotions have to do with civilian air traffic and the order of the universe.

read article

The Future of Art: An Immediated Autodocumentary
The Future of Art: An Immediated Autodocumentary

read article

The Best Books of 2010: Art, Design & Photography
The Best Books of 2010: Art, Design & Photography

Analog interactivity, or what flowcharts have to do with the history of street art.

read article

Aaron Koblin on the Digital Renaissance
Aaron Koblin on the Digital Renaissance

read article

How to Break Through Your Creative Block: Strategies from 90 of Today’s Most Exciting Creators
How to Break Through Your Creative Block: Strategies from 90 of Today’s Most Exciting Creators

Refining the machinery of creativity, or what heartbreak and hydraulics have to do with coaxing the muse.

read article

TED 2011: The Rediscovery of Wonder, Day One
TED 2011: The Rediscovery of Wonder, Day One

This week, we’re letting our brains explode so you don’t have to.

read article

<em>Invisible Cities</em>: A Transmedia Mapping Project
Invisible Cities: A Transmedia Mapping Project

What social media activity has to do with the literal lay of the land.

read article

FORM+CODE: Eye & Brain Candy for the Digital Age
FORM+CODE: Eye & Brain Candy for the Digital Age

Computational aesthetics, or what typography has to do with Yoko Ono and Richard Dawkins.

read article

View Full Site

The Marginalian participates in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn commissions by linking to Amazon. In more human terms, this means that whenever you buy a book on Amazon from any link on here, I receive a small percentage of its price, which goes straight back into my own colossal biblioexpenses. Privacy policy. (TLDR: You're safe — there are no nefarious "third parties" lurking on my watch or shedding crumbs of the "cookies" the rest of the internet uses.)