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Design and information, curated by Daniel Eden

These are just the things I like.
You should see the things I make.

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"Only he who has a different visual opening can see the world in another way and can pass on to his neighbour the information required to broaden his field of view … let us get used to looking at the world through the eyes of others."
Bruno Munari (via design-is-fine)
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are2:

Bateman
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visualgraphic:

Illusration by Michela Picchi
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moshita:

Cigg Seeds
An estimated 10 million Britons still suck down cigarettes faster than a troupe of aging rockers in rehab straining to cough out another hit tune. In the UK, cigarette butts sully streets and parks everywhere. What if this nasty habit could contribute to, rather than subtract from, the beauty of outdoor spaces? Cigg Seeds aim to do precisely that. A variety of smokes outfitted with biodegradable filters that contain wild flower seeds, they sprout and blossom into wildflower meadows when finished and flicked, or deposited on the ground. Butts into blooms. Cigarettes into snowdrops—the floral not frozen variety, to be sure.
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moshita:

Cigg Seeds
An estimated 10 million Britons still suck down cigarettes faster than a troupe of aging rockers in rehab straining to cough out another hit tune. In the UK, cigarette butts sully streets and parks everywhere. What if this nasty habit could contribute to, rather than subtract from, the beauty of outdoor spaces? Cigg Seeds aim to do precisely that. A variety of smokes outfitted with biodegradable filters that contain wild flower seeds, they sprout and blossom into wildflower meadows when finished and flicked, or deposited on the ground. Butts into blooms. Cigarettes into snowdrops—the floral not frozen variety, to be sure.
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cirox:

Every Movie Poster that Saul Bass Ever Made (via film.com)
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space-god-wizard:

Movie scenes get turned into an R-rated children’s book
space-god-wizard:

Movie scenes get turned into an R-rated children’s book
space-god-wizard:

Movie scenes get turned into an R-rated children’s book
space-god-wizard:

Movie scenes get turned into an R-rated children’s book
space-god-wizard:

Movie scenes get turned into an R-rated children’s book
space-god-wizard:

Movie scenes get turned into an R-rated children’s book
space-god-wizard:

Movie scenes get turned into an R-rated children’s book
space-god-wizard:

Movie scenes get turned into an R-rated children’s book
space-god-wizard:

Movie scenes get turned into an R-rated children’s book
space-god-wizard:

Movie scenes get turned into an R-rated children’s book
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unicorn-meat-is-too-mainstream:

Bizarre 3D Sculpture/Paintings by Japan’s Yuki Matsueda
The fascinating works of Yuki Matsueda pop out of their box enclosures and frames, penetrating the viewer’s space. Yolks fly out of eggs, figures jump out of exit signs, and kings and queens leap out of playing cards.
unicorn-meat-is-too-mainstream:

Bizarre 3D Sculpture/Paintings by Japan’s Yuki Matsueda
The fascinating works of Yuki Matsueda pop out of their box enclosures and frames, penetrating the viewer’s space. Yolks fly out of eggs, figures jump out of exit signs, and kings and queens leap out of playing cards.
unicorn-meat-is-too-mainstream:

Bizarre 3D Sculpture/Paintings by Japan’s Yuki Matsueda
The fascinating works of Yuki Matsueda pop out of their box enclosures and frames, penetrating the viewer’s space. Yolks fly out of eggs, figures jump out of exit signs, and kings and queens leap out of playing cards.
unicorn-meat-is-too-mainstream:

Bizarre 3D Sculpture/Paintings by Japan’s Yuki Matsueda
The fascinating works of Yuki Matsueda pop out of their box enclosures and frames, penetrating the viewer’s space. Yolks fly out of eggs, figures jump out of exit signs, and kings and queens leap out of playing cards.
unicorn-meat-is-too-mainstream:

Bizarre 3D Sculpture/Paintings by Japan’s Yuki Matsueda
The fascinating works of Yuki Matsueda pop out of their box enclosures and frames, penetrating the viewer’s space. Yolks fly out of eggs, figures jump out of exit signs, and kings and queens leap out of playing cards.
unicorn-meat-is-too-mainstream:

Bizarre 3D Sculpture/Paintings by Japan’s Yuki Matsueda
The fascinating works of Yuki Matsueda pop out of their box enclosures and frames, penetrating the viewer’s space. Yolks fly out of eggs, figures jump out of exit signs, and kings and queens leap out of playing cards.
unicorn-meat-is-too-mainstream:

Bizarre 3D Sculpture/Paintings by Japan’s Yuki Matsueda
The fascinating works of Yuki Matsueda pop out of their box enclosures and frames, penetrating the viewer’s space. Yolks fly out of eggs, figures jump out of exit signs, and kings and queens leap out of playing cards.
unicorn-meat-is-too-mainstream:

Bizarre 3D Sculpture/Paintings by Japan’s Yuki Matsueda
The fascinating works of Yuki Matsueda pop out of their box enclosures and frames, penetrating the viewer’s space. Yolks fly out of eggs, figures jump out of exit signs, and kings and queens leap out of playing cards.
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jtotheizzoe:

zenpencils:

BILL WATTERSON ‘A cartoonist’s advice’

This. 
jtotheizzoe:

zenpencils:

BILL WATTERSON ‘A cartoonist’s advice’

This. 
jtotheizzoe:

zenpencils:

BILL WATTERSON ‘A cartoonist’s advice’

This. 
jtotheizzoe:

zenpencils:

BILL WATTERSON ‘A cartoonist’s advice’

This. 
jtotheizzoe:

zenpencils:

BILL WATTERSON ‘A cartoonist’s advice’

This. 
jtotheizzoe:

zenpencils:

BILL WATTERSON ‘A cartoonist’s advice’

This. 
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likeafieldmouse:

Olof Inger - Do You Remember? (2012) - 5 trash bags
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nevver:

1980s Horror Movie Typography
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1980s Horror Movie Typography
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1980s Horror Movie Typography
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1980s Horror Movie Typography
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1980s Horror Movie Typography
nevver:

1980s Horror Movie Typography
nevver:

1980s Horror Movie Typography
nevver:

1980s Horror Movie Typography
nevver:

1980s Horror Movie Typography
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ialreadydontlikeyou:

Trayless printer.
meltingdress:

Stack printer, por Mugi Yamamoto
Impresora, 2013

What what what
ialreadydontlikeyou:

Trayless printer.
meltingdress:

Stack printer, por Mugi Yamamoto
Impresora, 2013

What what what
ialreadydontlikeyou:

Trayless printer.
meltingdress:

Stack printer, por Mugi Yamamoto
Impresora, 2013

What what what
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usersillusions:

Atari computer design sketches
via lemanoosh
usersillusions:

Atari computer design sketches
via lemanoosh
usersillusions:

Atari computer design sketches
via lemanoosh
usersillusions:

Atari computer design sketches
via lemanoosh
usersillusions:

Atari computer design sketches
via lemanoosh
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theoinglis:

Last Thursday night I was lucky enough to see the brilliant typographer & lettering artist Seb Lester give a talk at the Museum of Brands in West London.
Above is the rather lovely print I received at the event, designed by Seb himself and printed by Brighton based screen-print studio A New Star in the Sky. It’s a silvery black ink on white paper, the photos really don’t do it justice unfortunately. 
The talk was fantastic, expect to see a write up about it for my blog at work soon! After the talk I had the pleasure of meeting Seb, who is a very nice guy and grew up a few streets away from me! You can follow Seb Lester on tumblr here; http://seblester.tumblr.com/
The lecture was organised by Playdesk, which is well worth checking out if you fancy coming to some design lectures in London and for a drink or two after (here is me looking confused).
theoinglis:

Last Thursday night I was lucky enough to see the brilliant typographer & lettering artist Seb Lester give a talk at the Museum of Brands in West London.
Above is the rather lovely print I received at the event, designed by Seb himself and printed by Brighton based screen-print studio A New Star in the Sky. It’s a silvery black ink on white paper, the photos really don’t do it justice unfortunately. 
The talk was fantastic, expect to see a write up about it for my blog at work soon! After the talk I had the pleasure of meeting Seb, who is a very nice guy and grew up a few streets away from me! You can follow Seb Lester on tumblr here; http://seblester.tumblr.com/
The lecture was organised by Playdesk, which is well worth checking out if you fancy coming to some design lectures in London and for a drink or two after (here is me looking confused).
theoinglis:

Last Thursday night I was lucky enough to see the brilliant typographer & lettering artist Seb Lester give a talk at the Museum of Brands in West London.
Above is the rather lovely print I received at the event, designed by Seb himself and printed by Brighton based screen-print studio A New Star in the Sky. It’s a silvery black ink on white paper, the photos really don’t do it justice unfortunately. 
The talk was fantastic, expect to see a write up about it for my blog at work soon! After the talk I had the pleasure of meeting Seb, who is a very nice guy and grew up a few streets away from me! You can follow Seb Lester on tumblr here; http://seblester.tumblr.com/
The lecture was organised by Playdesk, which is well worth checking out if you fancy coming to some design lectures in London and for a drink or two after (here is me looking confused).
theoinglis:

Last Thursday night I was lucky enough to see the brilliant typographer & lettering artist Seb Lester give a talk at the Museum of Brands in West London.
Above is the rather lovely print I received at the event, designed by Seb himself and printed by Brighton based screen-print studio A New Star in the Sky. It’s a silvery black ink on white paper, the photos really don’t do it justice unfortunately. 
The talk was fantastic, expect to see a write up about it for my blog at work soon! After the talk I had the pleasure of meeting Seb, who is a very nice guy and grew up a few streets away from me! You can follow Seb Lester on tumblr here; http://seblester.tumblr.com/
The lecture was organised by Playdesk, which is well worth checking out if you fancy coming to some design lectures in London and for a drink or two after (here is me looking confused).