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Jan 19, 2012
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museumofusefulthings:

Saw this here. See more here. Invisible City. Poster by Chermayeff & Geismar Associates, New York,  1972.

This is exactly the point where I wish I wasn’t such an obsessive freak about removing baggage tags.

museumofusefulthings:

Saw this here. See more hereInvisible City. Poster by Chermayeff & Geismar Associates, New York,  1972.

This is exactly the point where I wish I wasn’t such an obsessive freak about removing baggage tags.

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Dec 16, 2011
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skepticle:

are2:

New Banksy : Cardinal Sin 

Where truth and sin collide.

Nice :)

skepticle:

are2:

New Banksy : Cardinal Sin

Where truth and sin collide.

Nice :)


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Dec 16, 2011
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weandthecolor:

Infographic
by German designer Michael Schmid.
More graphic design inspiration.
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Beautiful

weandthecolor:

Infographic

by German designer Michael Schmid.

More graphic design inspiration.

posted by
W.A.T.C. // Facebook // Twitter // Google+

Beautiful

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Dec 16, 2011
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9-bits:

iOS 5 Concept Notification Center from Apple’s new UI/UX intern, Jan-Michael Cart.


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Dec 16, 2011
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9-bits:

A Look Inside Mobile Design Patterns

Invitations are helpful tips that are displayed the first time a user opens an application or arrives at a new place. They suggest actions and guide the user to the intended functionality. A simple invitation can turn an otherwise discouraging first time experience into a satisfying one.

via decodering.

Can I get an amen?

9-bits:

A Look Inside Mobile Design Patterns

Invitations are helpful tips that are displayed the first time a user opens an application or arrives at a new place. They suggest actions and guide the user to the intended functionality. A simple invitation can turn an otherwise discouraging first time experience into a satisfying one.

via decodering.

Can I get an amen?


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Dec 16, 2011
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bookstairs:

The Modernist
Author, Editor: R. Klanten, Editor: H. Hellige
“The Modernist is a collection of work in graphic design and illustration that is created with minimal intrusions. The deliberately limited palette of colors, tools, and geometric forms that it uses makes the work seem both contemporary and timeless. The book makes clear that today s work does not simply copy the classic design of the 1960s and 1970s.”
Available on Amazon.com
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Want!

bookstairs:

The Modernist

Author, Editor: R. Klanten, Editor: H. Hellige

“The Modernist is a collection of work in graphic design and illustration that is created with minimal intrusions. The deliberately limited palette of colors, tools, and geometric forms that it uses makes the work seem both contemporary and timeless. The book makes clear that today s work does not simply copy the classic design of the 1960s and 1970s.”

Available on Amazon.com

posted by BookStairs
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Want!

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Dec 16, 2011
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skepticle:

don’t know why I have been feelin’ all girly lately. just am.
not my usual vulcan self.

finally, a french manicure I can get behind - awesome!

skepticle:

don’t know why I have been feelin’ all girly lately. just am.

not my usual vulcan self.

finally, a french manicure I can get behind - awesome!


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Dec 16, 2011
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7 Ways to Have More by Owning Less | Brain Pickings »

minimalmac:

Here are seven services that help shrink your carbon footprint, lighten your economic load and generally liberate you from the shackles of stuff through the power of sharing.

I had not heard of any of these before. GiftFlow seems especially timely.

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Oct 27, 2011
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skepticle:

How the??????

skepticle:

How the??????

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Oct 1, 2011
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genius! I could use something like that here in Bangalore!

genius! I could use something like that here in Bangalore!

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