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[La presse en parle] @AnetteLenz et sa 1ère grande exposition dans son pays natal : une réponse immersive et virtuose au bâtiment MAK de Richard Meier à Francfort▶️ https://bit.ly/3b3M3fY
@eyemagazine #graphisme #design #artsvisuels

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[La presse en parle] @AnetteLenz et sa 1ère grande exposition dans son pays natal : une réponse immersive et virtuose au bâtiment MAK de Richard Meier à Francfort▶️ https://bit.ly/3b3M3fY
@eyemagazine #graphisme #design #artsvisuels

This formation allows fish to feed and guard by taking turns..

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This formation allows fish to feed and guard by taking turns..

Study for Graphic Tectonic series – Josef Albers [1941-42] | Unintentionally solving the microchip layout problem

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Study for Graphic Tectonic series – Josef Albers [1941-42] | Unintentionally solving the microchip layout problem

This one is called: SMOOD

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This one is called: SMOOD

Here’s a few more pics from Ledentu le Phare by Ilya Zdanewitch (Iliazd) – incredible piece from 1923 in Russian – #typography #graphicdesign , 30 spreads up on https://oa.letterformarchive.org/item?workID=lfa_russia_0019

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Here’s a few more pics from Ledentu le Phare by Ilya Zdanewitch (Iliazd) – incredible piece from 1923 in Russian – #typography #graphicdesign , 30 spreads up on https://oa.letterformarchive.org/item?workID=lfa_russia_0019

The Crop Circle Directory – illustrations, date & location details.

https://cropcirclecenter.com

Useful.

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The Crop Circle Directory – illustrations, date & location details.

https://cropcirclecenter.com

Useful.

I am in love with these nylon float cloud photographs by Thomas Jackson. https://www.thisiscolossal.com/2021/03/thomas-jackson-tulle-photos/

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I am in love with these nylon float cloud photographs by Thomas Jackson. https://www.thisiscolossal.com/2021/03/thomas-jackson-tulle-photos/

Hello!! New #NFT on @withFND. Bids start at 0.2 ETH.

Overthink: the sad boy and his ability to overthink everything.

Note: please don’t overthink 💛🧡💙

https://foundation.app/SpectacularWay/overthink-8246

#nft #nftartist #nftcommunity #cryptoart #nftcollector

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Hello!! New #NFT on @withFND. Bids start at 0.2 ETH.

Overthink: the sad boy and his ability to overthink everything.

Note: please don’t overthink 💛🧡💙

https://foundation.app/SpectacularWay/overthink-8246

#nft #nftartist #nftcommunity #cryptoart #nftcollector

Things don’t just happen to you. They just happen.

Conflicts, disappointments and drama happen to a persona that your mind has created.

The root of suffering is the idea that “you”, as a person, exist.

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Things don’t just happen to you. They just happen.

Conflicts, disappointments and drama happen to a persona that your mind has created.

The root of suffering is the idea that “you”, as a person, exist.

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before computers could do financial modeling, economists made contraptions out of water tanks & tubes to simulate how money flows through the economy. my econ courses would've been way cooler if professors had used these in the classroom
i like the way a hydraulic computer can make complex processes so tangible and transparent. would be an interesting way to approach "algorithmic transparency". what would a newsfeed recommendation system look like if it were modeled as an analog system you could interact with

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These are some of the remarkable colour images of Hong Kong in the 1950s by the late photographic genius Fan Ho (1931- 2016). He was mostly known for his black & white photography, but his eye for colour was no less stunning.
I think his water shots of '50s Hong Kong are particularly gorgeous.

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BabelColour 🎞

Think balloon animals are reserved for clowns? Take a look at the intricate #designs of artist Masayoshi Matsumoto’s creations and think again. http://bit.ly/3bgbDPj @itsnicethat

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Think balloon animals are reserved for clowns? Take a look at the intricate #designs of artist Masayoshi Matsumoto’s creations and think again. http://bit.ly/3bgbDPj @itsnicethat

The beautiful turquoise of Amir Timur’s Samarkand.

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The beautiful turquoise of Amir Timur’s Samarkand.

Experiment with Geometry and Motion, variation II

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Experiment with Geometry and Motion, variation II

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highways are a good example of what Dewey meant by “art as experience”. imagine archaeologists of a future car-free civilization looking at our huge interchange structures and talking about them as “sculptures” that facilitated “complex movement rituals”, or something like that
they wouldn’t necessarily be *wrong*. but their aloof analysis is a much different way of relating to the infrastructure than tfw commuting or road tripping. it’s like what museums do when they put old masks and vessels and statues behind glass
understanding an artwork as experience means remembering how it was fully entangled with the multisensory activities of everyday life. remembering that the detached/static viewing experience of the display case is a long ways away from the OG context

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no one dresses better than the starling in her cloak of many stars

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no one dresses better than the starling in her cloak of many stars

“Accumulating design debt over time is natural and happens to every product. It’s a side effect of development. The key is to recognize, understand, and manage it properly.” https://buff.ly/2NEe2Kd

The ‘what’ and ‘why’ of design debtThe first part of the ‘Design Debt 101’ series. uxdesign.cc

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“Accumulating design debt over time is natural and happens to every product. It’s a side effect of development. The key is to recognize, understand, and manage it properly.” https://buff.ly/2NEe2Kd

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Would’ve been George Harrison’s birthday today. I’ll never stop sharing this video. 'While My Guitar Gently Weeps' with Tom Petty, Steve Winwood, Jeff Lynne and George Harrison's son, Dhani, you really should. Check out #Prince from 3:28.
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Harrison also needs to be remembered as a champion of British cinema, without whom we never would've had The Life of Brian, Withnail & I, The Long Good Friday, Time Bandits.... All made through his production company, HandMade Films 👉🏽 https://www.dannydutch.com/post/george-harrison-said-he-wanted-to-see-life-of-brian-so-he-handed-us-the-money

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Daniel Holland 🎗
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Took 360 pictures of myself over 5 days to make it look like I can dance
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Some fun frames: • ghost chairs holding up my feet • floating shoes in front of the lens • kneeling on jars
Studio view of me stop-motion dancing
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Kevin Parry

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file this rebrand FIRMLY under ‘don’t judge a book by its cover’ at first glance, the new san francisco symphony identity feels kinda uncomfortable. like, who is this condensed serif font and why does it think it can get away with being so... so... chaotic?? 👀 but WAIT...
WHAT the whole design system is built to REACT to music and sound. responsive typography, but LITERALLY 🤯 it gets better...
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ready for the sexiest series of words you’ll hear for a while? ‘sound-activated typographic instrument’ 🥵 the studio behind the rebrand, COLLINS (they recently did that new ‘match’ logo), also developed an interactive web app that does THIS 👇 go play: https://symphosizer.wearecollins.com/
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i don’t know how to explain this, but the typography *feels* like music
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the way the static wordmark frames other visual elements is just DIVINE
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😍😍😍 i love everything about this whole thing from top to bottom 😍😍😍

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Jeeves 🇪🇺🇲🇽🏳️‍🌈
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Fun fact: the covid crisis has produced over 1200 new words in German over the past year. Personal favourites are coronamüde (tired of covid) & Impfneid (envy of those who have been vaccinated).
You can follow the Leibniz Institute that compiles the words here: (...hopefully they’ll publish an English translation for non-German speakers soon!)
IDS Mannheim @IDS_Mannheim@spideypencil @LizHcks You can find our list here: Do you have similar #corona #words in your language? twitter.com

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Liz Hicks

A herd of deer relaxing by Cherry Blossom Trees in Nara, Japan.
Basically my dreams in reality.

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A herd of deer relaxing by Cherry Blossom Trees in Nara, Japan.
Basically my dreams in reality.

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ぐるぐる

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Saturday night fun
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The statue of “Alice Through the Looking-Glass” in the grounds of Guildford Castle.

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The statue of “Alice Through the Looking-Glass” in the grounds of Guildford Castle.

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My "UX of Home Appliances" tweets got a bit of traction so I'm being a bit more proactive, showing how I'd solve the problem. Let's start with the original confusing design: Heavy borders Packed grid Abbreviated text Excessive functions ALL CAPS
It's lazy to try a redesign using a full digital screen with 1000s of colors. I'm going to constrain myself to monochrome, using basic silkscreened paint on a simple touch surface. Stick with the technology you're given whenever possible.
First pass is just graphics, keeping the original text. It's a big improvement but it only shows how much more there is: the text is too complicated, things don't line up and any simple "just make it turn on" feeling is not there. We need to go deeper
Second pass is a just a sketch, not a final design, simplifying the text and prioritizing functions. It raises a TON of questions: How to handle convection How did the original design STOP? Who uses ROAST? Delay vs start/stop? Feedback for toggle commands (LIGHT & PROBE)
Some of these are trivial (use the display for feedback on the toggle commands) some are solvable (we need a better "on/off model" for the user) and some will be hard (marketing will fall on their sword to have ROAST)
But this is the divergent part of design, we're a velociraptor testing the electric fence. This type of work can be infuriating to clients as it feels like a step backwards. You share this work cautiously but start the conversation, getting agreement on the fundamentals
It is certainly possible to make things better with a visual refresh. However, to truly make something customers will love, you must go deeper and radically simplify the product structure.

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