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Runned by Balo & Erca from Ljubljana!

YAS!

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The mind and makings of AbJo, in 33 minutes of pure head-nodding, sound tweaking bliss…

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Lori Nix constructs these small dioramas using cardboard, foam, glue and paint which she then photographs using an 8 x 10 inch camera. Each piece takes about 7 months to complete.

:O

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Hy kid, this one is for you!

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DYSE!

d a y u m !

originalgiantcontent:

DYSE!

d a y u m !

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Nan Lawson, on Tumblr

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oh!

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FLOWER SCULPTURES PARADE IN ZUNDERT, NETHERLANDS

Bloemencorso, the annual parade of flowers in Zundert. Despite the relatively small nature of Zundert (a small town with a population of about 20,000) the variety of and ingenuity of these sculptures seems to know no bounds. [via thisiscolossal]

What the fuck.

superawesomeshop:

“It Takes Two” intimate photo series by Steve McCurry

awwwww

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culrzzzzz, yay.

culrzzzzz, yay.

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Jean-Paul Goude

Y E S !

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Mixing Digital Sculpture With Real Objects 

Demonstration by on using current technology creatively, making objects designed on a computer to be placed in the real world. There are a couple more examples of this technique other than the one pictured above:

A sandstone block built from lego, blending real objects with 3d prints from Greg Petchkovsky on Vimeo.

dear lord, the geekest.

vimmuse:

Dirt Poster is a Design and Graphic-Design work made by Roland Reiner Tiangco, a new graduate of a Design School, living in New York. While handling the poster, your hands starts to get dirty, and this dirt allows you to see what’s the poster is all about. Check out also the artist’s Website.

INDEED!

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zupancicajda:

planina.

muuuuu.

zupancicajda:

planina.

muuuuu.

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Semyon Kirilin   |   http://bnszai.tumblr.com

“A new bottle for German herbal liquor brand, Jägermeister. The result of a major redesign of the green, medicinal-looking glass bottle that Jägermeister traditionally came in—Kirilin’s matte black bottle only retained the original’s boxy, rectangular shape.  At room temperature, the bottle would seem to be a nondescript, all-black container. However, after placing it in a fridge, the bottle’s thermo-sensitive label would gradually appear—like magic.”

My name is Semyon Kirilin, I’m 22. I’m the art director, graphic designer and copywriter from Moscow. In design nine years already. All this time constantly working in various advertising agencies, publishing and design offices, constantly improving my skills and knowledge quality. Now I’m study at the British Higher School of Design on Visual Communications(art direction) course. Served in the army, received a diploma.

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what the fuck.

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Bradley Rogerson   |   http://bradleyrogerson.com

“I created an identity and packaging that mixes clean and minimal typography with 18th century botanical fruit illustrations to communicate a hand-crafted sensibility while evoking an earlier time where the settlers of Nelson started Saxton Fields (a local orchard in which Saxton Cider takes it name from). The result is a very elegant and sophisticated looking packaging solution that expresses a genuine sense of detail and loving care.”

I am multi-disciplinary designer with over 7 years of high level industry experience across most forms of graphic design and visual communication. Currently based in Auckland, New Zealand and I am available for freelance and contract opportunities.

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Cheers!

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