Never Settle.
People make really cool things and I appreciate that.
Never Settle.
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escapekit:

Reflective
Brooklyn-based graphic designer Victoria Siemer produces new and unique realities by altering expected perceptions of space. Check out her tumblr here.
escapekit:

Reflective
Brooklyn-based graphic designer Victoria Siemer produces new and unique realities by altering expected perceptions of space. Check out her tumblr here.
escapekit:

Reflective
Brooklyn-based graphic designer Victoria Siemer produces new and unique realities by altering expected perceptions of space. Check out her tumblr here.
escapekit:

Reflective
Brooklyn-based graphic designer Victoria Siemer produces new and unique realities by altering expected perceptions of space. Check out her tumblr here.
escapekit:

Reflective
Brooklyn-based graphic designer Victoria Siemer produces new and unique realities by altering expected perceptions of space. Check out her tumblr here.
escapekit:

Reflective
Brooklyn-based graphic designer Victoria Siemer produces new and unique realities by altering expected perceptions of space. Check out her tumblr here.
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designaemporter:

Gregory Klarfeld
designaemporter:

Gregory Klarfeld
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movietitlecards:

The 86th Annual Academy Awards Best Picture Nominees
movietitlecards:

The 86th Annual Academy Awards Best Picture Nominees
movietitlecards:

The 86th Annual Academy Awards Best Picture Nominees
movietitlecards:

The 86th Annual Academy Awards Best Picture Nominees
movietitlecards:

The 86th Annual Academy Awards Best Picture Nominees
movietitlecards:

The 86th Annual Academy Awards Best Picture Nominees
movietitlecards:

The 86th Annual Academy Awards Best Picture Nominees
movietitlecards:

The 86th Annual Academy Awards Best Picture Nominees
movietitlecards:

The 86th Annual Academy Awards Best Picture Nominees
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Best concert to date! @justintimberlake KILLED it. KILLED it. (at Toyota Center)
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republicx:

Greenland reflection by Michael Quinn
Michael J Quinn, accomplished and innovative Landscape Photographer dedicated to inspiring people to visit the natural wonders of the world through his images. Michael depicts landscapes as truly immense places to explore, but yet engages and draws the audience into his diverse images and has been lauded for his body of work and his personal style.
republicx:

Greenland reflection by Michael Quinn
Michael J Quinn, accomplished and innovative Landscape Photographer dedicated to inspiring people to visit the natural wonders of the world through his images. Michael depicts landscapes as truly immense places to explore, but yet engages and draws the audience into his diverse images and has been lauded for his body of work and his personal style.
republicx:

Greenland reflection by Michael Quinn
Michael J Quinn, accomplished and innovative Landscape Photographer dedicated to inspiring people to visit the natural wonders of the world through his images. Michael depicts landscapes as truly immense places to explore, but yet engages and draws the audience into his diverse images and has been lauded for his body of work and his personal style.
republicx:

Greenland reflection by Michael Quinn
Michael J Quinn, accomplished and innovative Landscape Photographer dedicated to inspiring people to visit the natural wonders of the world through his images. Michael depicts landscapes as truly immense places to explore, but yet engages and draws the audience into his diverse images and has been lauded for his body of work and his personal style.
republicx:

Greenland reflection by Michael Quinn
Michael J Quinn, accomplished and innovative Landscape Photographer dedicated to inspiring people to visit the natural wonders of the world through his images. Michael depicts landscapes as truly immense places to explore, but yet engages and draws the audience into his diverse images and has been lauded for his body of work and his personal style.
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thedsgnblog:

Martín Azúa   |   http://martinazua.com
“Wooden tools for the new kitchen - Workshop taught by Martin Azua in the XIII International Meeting of Turners in Galicia from 19 to 22 September in Xermade (Lugo). Organized by the Centro Galego da Artesanía Foundation. With the collaboration of the turner Jose Antonio Buide.”
Martín is a Basque designer working in Barcelona since 1994. Graduate in Fine Arts from the University of Barcelona, he combines his professional activity as object and space designer for important companies together with a more speculative work. He belongs to a category of designers who consider experimental methods as a fundamental part of the design process.
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thedsgnblog:

Martín Azúa   |   http://martinazua.com
“Wooden tools for the new kitchen - Workshop taught by Martin Azua in the XIII International Meeting of Turners in Galicia from 19 to 22 September in Xermade (Lugo). Organized by the Centro Galego da Artesanía Foundation. With the collaboration of the turner Jose Antonio Buide.”
Martín is a Basque designer working in Barcelona since 1994. Graduate in Fine Arts from the University of Barcelona, he combines his professional activity as object and space designer for important companies together with a more speculative work. He belongs to a category of designers who consider experimental methods as a fundamental part of the design process.
the design blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
thedsgnblog:

Martín Azúa   |   http://martinazua.com
“Wooden tools for the new kitchen - Workshop taught by Martin Azua in the XIII International Meeting of Turners in Galicia from 19 to 22 September in Xermade (Lugo). Organized by the Centro Galego da Artesanía Foundation. With the collaboration of the turner Jose Antonio Buide.”
Martín is a Basque designer working in Barcelona since 1994. Graduate in Fine Arts from the University of Barcelona, he combines his professional activity as object and space designer for important companies together with a more speculative work. He belongs to a category of designers who consider experimental methods as a fundamental part of the design process.
the design blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
thedsgnblog:

Martín Azúa   |   http://martinazua.com
“Wooden tools for the new kitchen - Workshop taught by Martin Azua in the XIII International Meeting of Turners in Galicia from 19 to 22 September in Xermade (Lugo). Organized by the Centro Galego da Artesanía Foundation. With the collaboration of the turner Jose Antonio Buide.”
Martín is a Basque designer working in Barcelona since 1994. Graduate in Fine Arts from the University of Barcelona, he combines his professional activity as object and space designer for important companies together with a more speculative work. He belongs to a category of designers who consider experimental methods as a fundamental part of the design process.
the design blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
thedsgnblog:

Martín Azúa   |   http://martinazua.com
“Wooden tools for the new kitchen - Workshop taught by Martin Azua in the XIII International Meeting of Turners in Galicia from 19 to 22 September in Xermade (Lugo). Organized by the Centro Galego da Artesanía Foundation. With the collaboration of the turner Jose Antonio Buide.”
Martín is a Basque designer working in Barcelona since 1994. Graduate in Fine Arts from the University of Barcelona, he combines his professional activity as object and space designer for important companies together with a more speculative work. He belongs to a category of designers who consider experimental methods as a fundamental part of the design process.
the design blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
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escapekit:

Heydar Aliyev Center
Designed by Zaha Hadid Architects in Baku, Azerbaijan – a cultural centre with walls that create a continuing landscape with the surrounding plaza. The outside is just as stunning as in the interior which  hosts a variety of cultural programs, its design is a departure from the rigid and often monumental architecture of the former Soviet Union that is so prevalent in Baku, aspiring instead to express the sensibilities and diversity of Azeri culture.
escapekit:

Heydar Aliyev Center
Designed by Zaha Hadid Architects in Baku, Azerbaijan – a cultural centre with walls that create a continuing landscape with the surrounding plaza. The outside is just as stunning as in the interior which  hosts a variety of cultural programs, its design is a departure from the rigid and often monumental architecture of the former Soviet Union that is so prevalent in Baku, aspiring instead to express the sensibilities and diversity of Azeri culture.
escapekit:

Heydar Aliyev Center
Designed by Zaha Hadid Architects in Baku, Azerbaijan – a cultural centre with walls that create a continuing landscape with the surrounding plaza. The outside is just as stunning as in the interior which  hosts a variety of cultural programs, its design is a departure from the rigid and often monumental architecture of the former Soviet Union that is so prevalent in Baku, aspiring instead to express the sensibilities and diversity of Azeri culture.
escapekit:

Heydar Aliyev Center
Designed by Zaha Hadid Architects in Baku, Azerbaijan – a cultural centre with walls that create a continuing landscape with the surrounding plaza. The outside is just as stunning as in the interior which  hosts a variety of cultural programs, its design is a departure from the rigid and often monumental architecture of the former Soviet Union that is so prevalent in Baku, aspiring instead to express the sensibilities and diversity of Azeri culture.
escapekit:

Heydar Aliyev Center
Designed by Zaha Hadid Architects in Baku, Azerbaijan – a cultural centre with walls that create a continuing landscape with the surrounding plaza. The outside is just as stunning as in the interior which  hosts a variety of cultural programs, its design is a departure from the rigid and often monumental architecture of the former Soviet Union that is so prevalent in Baku, aspiring instead to express the sensibilities and diversity of Azeri culture.
escapekit:

Heydar Aliyev Center
Designed by Zaha Hadid Architects in Baku, Azerbaijan – a cultural centre with walls that create a continuing landscape with the surrounding plaza. The outside is just as stunning as in the interior which  hosts a variety of cultural programs, its design is a departure from the rigid and often monumental architecture of the former Soviet Union that is so prevalent in Baku, aspiring instead to express the sensibilities and diversity of Azeri culture.
escapekit:

Heydar Aliyev Center
Designed by Zaha Hadid Architects in Baku, Azerbaijan – a cultural centre with walls that create a continuing landscape with the surrounding plaza. The outside is just as stunning as in the interior which  hosts a variety of cultural programs, its design is a departure from the rigid and often monumental architecture of the former Soviet Union that is so prevalent in Baku, aspiring instead to express the sensibilities and diversity of Azeri culture.
escapekit:

Heydar Aliyev Center
Designed by Zaha Hadid Architects in Baku, Azerbaijan – a cultural centre with walls that create a continuing landscape with the surrounding plaza. The outside is just as stunning as in the interior which  hosts a variety of cultural programs, its design is a departure from the rigid and often monumental architecture of the former Soviet Union that is so prevalent in Baku, aspiring instead to express the sensibilities and diversity of Azeri culture.
escapekit:

Heydar Aliyev Center
Designed by Zaha Hadid Architects in Baku, Azerbaijan – a cultural centre with walls that create a continuing landscape with the surrounding plaza. The outside is just as stunning as in the interior which  hosts a variety of cultural programs, its design is a departure from the rigid and often monumental architecture of the former Soviet Union that is so prevalent in Baku, aspiring instead to express the sensibilities and diversity of Azeri culture.
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Giphoscope, the hand-cranked analog GIF player.
If you enjoy animated GIFs but just don’t think they’re quite artisanal enough, then you’re in luck. An Italian company named OKKULT Motion Pictures has begun producing a line of machines known as “Giphoscopes,” or analog GIF players.
The Giphoscope is based on a 19th century device known as a Mutoscope, which operates on the same principle as a flipbook and was often found at arcades and fairgrounds. Handcrafted from aluminum and walnut, it certainly classes up the GIF genre as a whole. And we begrudgingly concede that’s probably why they decided to use Turkish GIF artist Erdal Inci as the example on their website, rather than, say, a cat getting stuck in a box over and over again. [READ MORE]
GIF via erdalinci/Tumblr

Giphoscope, the hand-cranked analog GIF player.
If you enjoy animated GIFs but just don’t think they’re quite artisanal enough, then you’re in luck. An Italian company named OKKULT Motion Pictures has begun producing a line of machines known as “Giphoscopes,” or analog GIF players.
The Giphoscope is based on a 19th century device known as a Mutoscope, which operates on the same principle as a flipbook and was often found at arcades and fairgrounds. Handcrafted from aluminum and walnut, it certainly classes up the GIF genre as a whole. And we begrudgingly concede that’s probably why they decided to use Turkish GIF artist Erdal Inci as the example on their website, rather than, say, a cat getting stuck in a box over and over again. [READ MORE]
GIF via erdalinci/Tumblr
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cosascool:

Typography by Annie Vought
Annie Vought native that has handwritten and hand-cut a series based on her personal writings. It’s quite amazing how her craftsmanship conjures the discipline within each negative space, surrounding every single character. 
cosascool:

Typography by Annie Vought
Annie Vought native that has handwritten and hand-cut a series based on her personal writings. It’s quite amazing how her craftsmanship conjures the discipline within each negative space, surrounding every single character. 
cosascool:

Typography by Annie Vought
Annie Vought native that has handwritten and hand-cut a series based on her personal writings. It’s quite amazing how her craftsmanship conjures the discipline within each negative space, surrounding every single character. 
cosascool:

Typography by Annie Vought
Annie Vought native that has handwritten and hand-cut a series based on her personal writings. It’s quite amazing how her craftsmanship conjures the discipline within each negative space, surrounding every single character. 
cosascool:

Typography by Annie Vought
Annie Vought native that has handwritten and hand-cut a series based on her personal writings. It’s quite amazing how her craftsmanship conjures the discipline within each negative space, surrounding every single character. 
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betype:

Typography Posters by Daniele Lanza.
betype:

Typography Posters by Daniele Lanza.
betype:

Typography Posters by Daniele Lanza.
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Apparently I’ve made it to 1,000 posts today! That’s pretty cool I guess.
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fer1972:

New York by Eiko Ojala
fer1972:

New York by Eiko Ojala
fer1972:

New York by Eiko Ojala
fer1972:

New York by Eiko Ojala
fer1972:

New York by Eiko Ojala
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lohrien:

Paintings by Marianne Morris
lohrien:

Paintings by Marianne Morris
lohrien:

Paintings by Marianne Morris
lohrien:

Paintings by Marianne Morris