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  • Aspira
    Aspira is sans-serif font family. Aspira is versatile, legible, and geometric. Aspira is a superfamily of 112 styles. […]

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  • Exposure 03 Image by John
    22 Hi-res abstract photos of neon lights streaking across negative space. Works wonders on backgrounds and anything else in need of a spacey feel. […]

Misc

February 27, 2009

Trash Bears!

Trash Bears!

While I may not know or understand many things Japanese I do know that if you make a trash bag shaped like a bear I will be your fan for life. Thank you Japan!

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February 23, 2009

Karl Blossfeldt

Karl Blossfeldt

I have always been attracted to Italian Botanical Illustrations, and recently saw more of Karl Blossfeldt’s photography here and here. I really enjoy seeing people’s ‘collections’ and this would fall under art and collecting which is always a couple of steps up in my book. The backgrounds are also amazingly rich. I dare you to […]

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February 17, 2009

Ten People’s Favorite Blog

Ten People's Favorite Blog

Leslie Miles is an online curator of sorts whose mission is to not be everyone’s tenth favorite blog, but rather ten people’s favorite blog. From what I’ve seen so far I think he’s put together some gorgeous image collections that he bases around a single word. While he’s not my favorite blog I do think […]

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December 29, 2008

Windows 7 (Beta Leak)

Windows 7 (Beta Leak)

A while back I mentioned about a new version of Windows coming for all you PC using designers out there. Well a beta has been leaked if you want to be adventurous. The screen shots show it does look ‘ok’, but I still prefer Apple’s approach to os design (go figure).  (Zdnet)

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November 25, 2008

How Stars are Born…

How Stars are Born...

Mr. Gladwell is back with a brand new bag and I know you’re not gonna spend all Saturday at Borders reading for free being all creepy so check this video and get the cliff notes about Fleetwood Mac, getting your hustle on, and a fantastic reason for why you may not be famous yet. Or […]

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November 14, 2008

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Death Star

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Death Star

Thirty years ago, American film audiences pressed low in their seats as a massive white wedge of machine parts passed overhead. With the release of George Lucas’s Star Wars, the smooth, silvery flying saucers that had dominated postwar sci-fi became embarrassing reminders of an obsolete vision of the future. Lucas envisioned a World of Tomorrow […]

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October 29, 2008

Windows 7 (Preview)

Windows 7 (Preview)

I have left Windows behind me and I am not looking back. That being said, I know many people still prefer Windows over Mac. Whatever floats your boat right? So you may find this preview of Windows 7 interesting. Microsoft is fairly confident this will crush Vista and bring back your faith.

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September 13, 2008

Connoisseur of the found

Connoisseur of the found

While the rest of us surf, Janicza Bravo fishes! She’s gathered her findings on FFFFound, as well as her own site. Her personal work can be found here.

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June 2, 2008

GREEN PORNO

GREEN PORNO

Isabella Rossellini explores the world of insect mating.  Get your freak on.

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April 2, 2008

Virtual Gandhi

Virtual Gandhi

Joseph Delappe is reenacting Gandhi’s 240 mile “Salt March to Dandiâ€? on a modified treadmill which powers his Gandhi avatar in “Second Life” as part of an installation at Eyebeam. Delappe will be completing his virtual/physical journey on April 5th. It is interesting to think of how other, ‘every day’, users of Second Life would […]

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