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Foodtypography

April 17th, 2014

This is a rather interesting mix of things, mix the art of typography and food, it gives a surprising result. Foodtypography.com is a pretty Tumblr that lists everything related to food typography. It is a real pleasure for …

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Shepard Fairey / OBEY – 50 Shades Of Black at Subliminal Projects

April 17th, 2014

“Music has taught me a great deal about connecting with a broad audience. Music is universal. I’ve had some very moving encounters with art in my life, especially in the street, but almost nothing can compare to the …

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Creative Illustrations by Atilla Galip Pinar

Creative Illustrations by Atilla Galip Pinar

April 17th, 2014

Dose of spectacular illustrations by Turkey-based Atilla Galip Pinar. Visit Atilla Galip Pinar

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Photo Manipulations by Manink

Photo Manipulations by Manink

April 17th, 2014

Collection of inspiring photo manipulations by a UK-based artist, Manink. Visit Manink

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Food Styling Illustrations by Anna Keville Joyce

April 17th, 2014

Who’s hungry? And who wants to ruin these impressive food styling illustrations by Anna Keville Joyce? The series is called “A Tribute to Budgie” featuring birds built of food and arranged on plates in an illustrative …

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Lamp Rima by Matthias Pinkert

Based on the metaphor of a window curtain, tangible action has been implemented into RIMA’s design. Depending on how far and where the user draws that curtain, the illumination of the room will change. Thus, the user can actively decide the amount and the position of the light incidence.

The rings, almost floating along the light rail, put two metaphors in redundancy, aiming directly at the motor function of the human hands: drawing curtains and moving balls on an analog calculator, a “so called” abacus. A lit area is drawn directly by hand. Sitting on top of the desk surface on thin poles, the illuminant reminds of a classic neon tube in grasping height, giving RIMA a semantic touch.



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