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Apr 15

designcube:

Textile Art by Mr. Finch

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Apr 14

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pxlbyte:

Monument Valley is Out Today!

Written by Elliott Finn

Remember that stunning, Escher-inspired puzzle game for iOS that you saw the trailer for a few months ago? Well, you can play it right now!

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Apr 11

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Apr 11

cross-connect:

Igor Skaletsky aka igorska born 1978 in Voronezh, Russia is a painter/collage artist. He studied at the Surikov Moscow State Academic Art Institute and began his adventures in collage only a few years ago. In 1990 Skaletsky immigrated to Israel.

Skaletsky combines traditional painting techniques with contemporary technologies. He draws his inspiration from iconic art works, and gives them his own modern interpretation, thus creating a hybrid image separated from time, place and context.

Collage for me is a technique that widens possibilities to express myself. I think photography and painting perfectly complement each other and combining them, one can achieve an effect which is impossible in ”pure” traditional technique. Collage is unique in its ability to organically combine things which, at first glance, are absolutely incompatible and do not represent any artistic value in themselves. I like the moment when isolated pieces of paper suddenly start “playing” with each other when I put them in the common living space of collage.

To see more of Igor Skaletsky’s intriguing work, visit his profile (igorska) on Deviant Art and on Behance.

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Apr 11

catsbeaversandducks:

Meerkats make the best photographer’s assistants EVER.

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Apr 11

nevver:

Porn for the whole family, Brian Steinhoff

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Apr 11

designcube:

Moiré Jewelry by David Derksen

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Apr 11

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frederatortimes:

Today marks Cartoon Hangover’s worldwide launch of the very first Bravest Warriors video game, Fly Catbug Fly!  
An infinite, side-scrolling, flier single player game for mobile devices (iOS and Android), Fly Catbug Fly! stars the popular cuddly Bravest Warriors character, Catbug.
Developed by Ludoko Studios for Frederator Networks, Fly Catbug Fly! features nine locations based on four episodes of the animated series Bravest Warriors, created by Pendleton Ward (Adventure Time).
While dodging obstacles players can help Catbug collect items throughout the game for Impossibear, including Catbug’s potato pal Rebecca and Sugar Peas. Players can exchange these objects for in-game money to purchase items to deck out their Catbug in fab combinations of 39 different accessories (e.g. spacesuits, leis, and eyebrows). The in-game money can be used for various game upgrades and score boosting power-ups. Ok, there are currently a ton of upgrades (each of which can be upgraded a few times), including Bravest Warriors’ Beth, Chris, Wallow or Danny – these upgrades can be used to help Catbug in the game. Secret codes can also be used to unlock upgrades earlier to assist with game play – as well as just for fun. For those of you who wanna show your Bravest Warriors friends how well (or how poorly) you are doing, you can screenshot your score page and share. 
At launch Fly Catbug Fly is available at the iTunes and Google Play Store for an initial promotion offering of $.99, the game will then be available for $1.99. And guess what? No in-app purchases or upgrades. Buy once and play forever! Foreeeeeeeever!
- Gwen
Apr 11

frederatortimes:

Today marks Cartoon Hangover’s worldwide launch of the very first Bravest Warriors video game, Fly Catbug Fly! 

An infinite, side-scrolling, flier single player game for mobile devices (iOS and Android), Fly Catbug Fly! stars the popular cuddly Bravest Warriors character, Catbug.

Developed by Ludoko Studios for Frederator Networks, Fly Catbug Fly! features nine locations based on four episodes of the animated series Bravest Warriors, created by Pendleton Ward (Adventure Time).

While dodging obstacles players can help Catbug collect items throughout the game for Impossibear, including Catbug’s potato pal Rebecca and Sugar Peas. Players can exchange these objects for in-game money to purchase items to deck out their Catbug in fab combinations of 39 different accessories (e.g. spacesuits, leis, and eyebrows). The in-game money can be used for various game upgrades and score boosting power-ups. Ok, there are currently a ton of upgrades (each of which can be upgraded a few times), including Bravest Warriors’ Beth, Chris, Wallow or Danny – these upgrades can be used to help Catbug in the game. Secret codes can also be used to unlock upgrades earlier to assist with game play – as well as just for fun. For those of you who wanna show your Bravest Warriors friends how well (or how poorly) you are doing, you can screenshot your score page and share. 

At launch Fly Catbug Fly is available at the iTunes and Google Play Store for an initial promotion offering of $.99, the game will then be available for $1.99. And guess what? No in-app purchases or upgrades. Buy once and play forever! Foreeeeeeeever!

- Gwen

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Apr 11

design-is-fine:


Wolfgang Weingart, Typographische Monatsblätter Nr. 11, 1970. Details and double page. Letterpress. Museum für Gestaltung Zürich, Graphic Collection, 📷 U. Romito © ZHdK 

Upcoming exhibition: Weingart Typografie 5 May - 28 Sept 2014

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ilovecharts:

International Landlubber Code Flags
This week, Gemma gives us Decoding your Menu — a guide for restaurant patrons
Apr 11

ilovecharts:

International Landlubber Code Flags

This week, Gemma gives us Decoding your Menu — a guide for restaurant patrons

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trendgraphy:

100 Calligraphic Alphabets.
An ideal resource for artists, illustrators, and anyone in need of distinctive graphics for an unlimited number of print projects. These elegant calligraphic alphabets are royalty-free and ready to use. Classic and modern styles — uppercase letters and the numerals 0 through 9 are included in each alphabet.
Get it here: http://amzn.to/1fX5lh4
Apr 11

trendgraphy:

100 Calligraphic Alphabets.

An ideal resource for artists, illustrators, and anyone in need of distinctive graphics for an unlimited number of print projects. These elegant calligraphic alphabets are royalty-free and ready to use. Classic and modern styles — uppercase letters and the numerals 0 through 9 are included in each alphabet.

Get it here: http://amzn.to/1fX5lh4

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Apr 11

type-lover:

Student guide
by clase bcn

fuckyeahungulates:

Musk Ox (Ovibos moschatus)
Apr 11

fuckyeahungulates:

Musk Ox (Ovibos moschatus)

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