For the fourth consecutive year, iris has developed the dramatic light show, which utilizes state-of-the-art imaging technology to create a vivid 3D projection that maps the Saks holiday story onto the building’s façade.
This year’s narrative incorporates the traditional Saks snowflake, ice skaters, Saks gifts, growing magnolia garlands and a larger than life ‘Yeti’, which is also a dominant part of the window display. The campaign will run throughout the entire holiday period until January 4th, 2014, with the show taking place every 7 minutes from 5 - 11pm.
The RGB Colorspace Atlas by New York-based artist Tauba Auerbach is a massive tome containing digital offset prints of every variation of RGB color possible. For you designers, think of it as a three-dimensional version of a Photoshop color picker. At 8in. x 8in x 8in. the perfectly cube book was co-designed by Daniel E. Kelm and bound with assistance from Leah Hughes. What a beautiful sculptural object. (via designboom)