With more than 350 million photos per day being added to Facebook, the social network’s huge work load of content moderation will inevitably result in a few mistakes being made, but Bea Arthur’s breasts likely are not high on the list of potential reasons for discipline. Yet that’s exactly what happened to The Daily Beast.
Graffiti artist David Choe has gained notoriety almost overnight for the $200 million in stock Facebook has given him for adorning the walls of the new headquarters in Menlo Park, California.
Take a look at how cleverly McCann Erickson designed a photo album layout on the advertising agency’s Facebook page.
Danish gallery Beck-Fischer reports that Facebook’s advertising panel rejects an identical ad roughly half of the time the proprietor submits a bid, and the rejections call the imagery “not suitable to appear” on the site.
Facebook prevented admins who run the Academy of Art Facebook page from uploading images after pulling a photo off the page.
For hot New York art curator Savannah Spirit, it was just a matter of course that she’d share images from her latest show, Hotter Than July: A Sexploration, with her 2,000-plus friends on the social network. The folks over at Facebook didn’t bother to reserve judgment on the show, and instead pulled her account without warning on the day it opened.
Ever wonder what life would look like if you stepped back and watched it all through the lens of Facebook? The team over at Mashtart did and decided to come up with this clever video which shows the life of one Facebook user. Check it out below!
File this into the cool-but-quirky box – a new service called Printing Facebook is offering to create a poster of your Facebook friends.
I love the idea behind this quirky artwork at The Edge in Brisbane, Australia. It’s called “Meet Eater” and creator Bashkim Isai set up the project with the goal of re-establishing the connection between humans and plants.
The artist Charis Tsevis, has apparently hit on a pretty clever design theme that has now been duplicated for multiple influentials, including Mark Zuckerberg. Wired magazine contracted with Tsevis for the magazine’s U.K. edition to create a mosaic portrait of the company’s CEO, Mark Zuckerberg. It’s a pretty slick technique which has now been duplicated for Steve Jobs, Barack Obama, and many others, all of which you can view on artist’s website.