Before leaving for SXSW, I exported several different monitor-ratios from my 52 hz photoshop file and emailed them to two design / inspiration sites I frequent: TSA and The Fox is Black; but I’ve yet to hear anything back from either, and rather then let these wallpapers collect dust, I thought I would share them here.
This design comes in the following shapes and sizes, choose whichever works best for you: 2560 x 1440, 1920 x 1200, 1680 x 1050, 1440 x 900, 1280 x 800, iPad, iPhone, or download the entire pack here.
Oh, and before I forget, a quick note about this design - the spiked symbol above is actually the audio wave-form of the 52 hertz whale wrapped into a circle:
I brought the loneliest mix into Soundtrack Pro, did a high-res screencap from that, brought it into Photoshop, increased the pixel resolution quite a bit, cleaned up the edges and background, used some color / texture effects from Camera+ and then used a few layer styles as a finishing touch. But, I love the idea of placing an arm in the center of this symbol, like a clock-hand that acted as a play-bar, and as the hand rotated around, the 52 hz song would loop over and over and over again.
via dalas verdugo : Phil Mocek found “NOT GUILTY” by Albuquerque jury
Uncontested TSA and police testimony at the trial established, among other things, [this] important point:
You have the right, recognized by the TSA, to photograph or film anywhere in publicly accessible areas of airports including TSA checkpoints, as long as you don’t violate any local laws, photograph the images on the screening monitors, interfere with the screening process, or slow down the line. (Whether those limitations to your First Amendment rights claimed by the TSA are legal or Constitutional was not decided in this case, since Mr. Mocek wasn’t filming the images on the screening monitors, interfering with the screening process, or slowing down the line.) Signs or statements that photography is prohibited at Federal checkpoints are, in general, false.