Our weekly round-up of things that caught our eye on the world wide web.
A quick glance at the Design Week newdesk reveals an ordered oasis of calm, a Zen like Feng Shui haven of everything being firmly in its right place. So, it’s refreshing to read that Swiss artist and comedian Ursys Whrli shares our aesthetic, as shown in this blog piece on the importance of being compulsively tidy. A child’s sandpit is neatly rearranged, with its owner carefully consigned to the edge; alphabet soup components are arranged, well alphabetically; and the stars of the night sky are placed in perfectly formed rows. Bliss.
Ever dreamed of seeing your name in lights? Gliding down the red carpet, primped and papped and eagerly awaiting that Oscar?
Well, we can’t promise any of these things will happen, but the people at Poke have made those dreams partially possible, by allowing your distinctly unfamous face to be plastered on to a movie poster.
By filling in a few questions about location, and whether your friends can be ‘co-stars’ (as this is all done from Facebook), you could soon see yourself immortalised on a film poster.
Our final internet highlight this week arrives courtesy of @ajwshaughnessy, who brought to our attention this fascinating infographic. It presents a pie chart for every year since 1983, showing the revenue contribution from various formats of music based on RIAA revenue figures.