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brportuguese:

Bringing color to the grey city.

— 1 year ago with 1 note
unconsumption:

Coffee-related reuse, continued:
Coffee cups upcycled into mini notebooks, made by Christin Ripley.
(via Inhabitat)

unconsumption:

Coffee-related reuse, continued:

Coffee cups upcycled into mini notebooks, made by Christin Ripley.

(via Inhabitat)

— 1 year ago with 832 notes
nervousexposure:

a much, much needed reminder.

nervousexposure:

a much, much needed reminder.

(Source: konstruktivist, via ukyle)

— 1 year ago with 8493 notes
One of the purposes of line in art is to record the boundaries of form.

One of the purposes of line in art is to record the boundaries of form.

(via alwaysinstudio)

— 2 years ago with 1613 notes
#line  #type  #texture  #b&w  #shapes  #word 

typeverything:

Typeverything.com - Calligraphy - Have a fantastic day

(Source: youtube.com, via alwaysinstudio)

— 2 years ago with 886 notes
#typography  #video  #calligraphy  #beautiful 

akevia:

Call Parade’ in Sao Paolo, Brazil, a public art project sponsored by Vivo (telecommunications firm of the country). 100 artists participated in this project.  Pictures by: Mariane Borgomani.

(via alwaysinstudio)

— 2 years ago with 10 notes
Creative use of dots and photography. 

Creative use of dots and photography. 

(Source: primitive-act, via graphicporn)

— 2 years ago with 202 notes
#dot  #dots 

jessicatoyota:

The huge problem of marketing research and the importance of packaging.

— 2 years ago with 5 notes
#video  #packaging  #marketing 
good:

There Are No Ethical Electronics, So Buy Less Stuff
In a piece on Salon last week, writer Andrew Leonard laid out the raw truth: There is no ethical smartphone. The sins of Apple’s iPhone factories, where laborers literally and figuratively kill themselves in pursuit of faster gadgets, are well-documented. Just as the problem isn’t only Apple’s, neither is it relegated to phones. Laptops, televisions, digital cameras, and every consumer electronic in between wreak havoc on people and environments at every point in their lifespan—save, of course, for when you own them.
Read the piece on GOOD→ 

good:

There Are No Ethical Electronics, So Buy Less Stuff

In a piece on Salon last week, writer Andrew Leonard laid out the raw truth: There is no ethical smartphone. The sins of Apple’s iPhone factories, where laborers literally and figuratively kill themselves in pursuit of faster gadgets, are well-documentedJust as the problem isn’t only Apple’s, neither is it relegated to phones. Laptops, televisions, digital cameras, and every consumer electronic in between wreak havoc on people and environments at every point in their lifespan—save, of course, for when you own them.

Read the piece on GOOD→ 

— 2 years ago with 280 notes

The world is full of order, that doesn’t necessarily deserve our respect” - Kelli Anderson

— 2 years ago with 12 notes
#video  #ted  #art  #design  #order  #creativity