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Check out this website and get those creative juices flowing

Moodstream is a hypnotic website brought to you by the folks at Getty Images that offers a brainstorming tool designed to help get your creative juices flowing. By simply tweaking the mood sliders you can adjust a stream of images, footage, & audio that can help inspire your creative direction.

Super Creative Interactive Website

Each day, we are surrounded by seemingly insignificant objects, taking them from one place to the other, or leaving them on a table for weeks, without paying any attention to them. We ignore or forget them, using things only when we need to, making sure they don’t interfere or inhabit our space. But what if they were not so stable and subservient? What if they could swivel, bounce or even fly. And what if they did so all at the same time? We want to imagine a place where objects could live and move, harmoniously, and of their own accord. Without interfering with each other these objects would bounce, roll, turn and cross eachother’s paths.

This experiment is about re-discovering our daily surroundings. Each object is assigned to a letter on the keyboard, and can be activated or deactivated at any time.

How it works: Use the A-Z buttons to activate each object on the desk. Once you activated on of them, press the same button again to deactivate it. To reset the scene and start again, press Return.

About the authors

Julien Vallée is a Montreal based graphic / motion-designer. Trying to explore the different fields of design, he’s been questioning the relative roles of the computer and handmade processes in design. He tries to get in touch with every aspect of the environment, using manual processes strongly supported by the technological tools of today to bridge as many of these disciplines as he can.

Nicolas Burrows is an artist, illustrator and designer and works as part of the Nous Vous collective. He also makes music under the moniker Glaciers. He tries to make work appropriate to the context, and is interested in collaborative processes.

Danse Dance was originally produced for the fourth annual If You Could exhibition. Aiming to provide a platform for the finest creatives from all over the world to question their conventional working methods and outcomes. The contributors have been challenged to produce something a little unexpected, by working with a partner of their choosing from any discipline, profession or background. There is no brief to answer, or format to honor – the only limit being the enterprise and imagination of the artists involved, and a liberal 12 month deadline.

The If You Could Collaborate exhibition will feature the artwork produced by all 33 pairings at the A Foundation Gallery, Rochelle School in London. The work ranges from classic framed pieces, to more ambitious, experimental sculpture, film and installation.