fastcodesign:

Stick-On Circuit Could Put Your Phone On Your Finger For Pocket Change

blua:

thedsgnblog: Andreas M Hansen   |   http://andreasmhansen.com

youmightfindyourself:

chirp: I designed this print for Love For Sale, an upcoming group exhibition of Talking Heads-influenced Valentines curated by Will Bryant, Kate Bingaman-Burt, and Frank Chimero. The show opens at Land Gallery in Portland on February 13, and I’m super stoked to snag one of these koozies while I’m there.
My piece was inspired by one of my favorite Talking Heads tunes, Moon Rocks, which is full of psychedelic and futuristic imagery that I had a blast bringing to life.

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youmightfindyourself:

chirp: I designed this print for Love For Sale, an upcoming group exhibition of Talking Heads-influenced Valentines curated by Will Bryant, Kate Bingaman-Burt, and Frank Chimero. The show opens at Land Gallery in Portland on February 13, and I’m super stoked to snag one of these koozies while I’m there.

My piece was inspired by one of my favorite Talking Heads tunes, Moon Rocks, which is full of psychedelic and futuristic imagery that I had a blast bringing to life.

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bobbycaputo:

In her blog “Stop Watch” Dutch artist Tineke Meirink takes photos of everyday objects found on the streets, then she gives life to by adding a minimal digital illustration

betype:

Manage Your Day To Day

It’s time to stop blaming our surroundings and start taking responsibility. While no workplace is perfect, it turns out that our gravest challenges are a lot more primal and personal. Our individual practices ultimately determine what we do and how well we do it. Specifically, it’s our routine (or lack thereof), our capacity to work proactively rather than reactively, and our ability to systematically optimize our work habits over time that determine our ability to make ideas happen.

theclassyissue:

Jen Selter

Damn

theclassyissue:

Jen Selter

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awlmusic:

The Neverending Song Of Nomi

photojojo:

Way before you could attach your camera to a drone, Chicago-based photographer George Lawrence was using kites to shoot aerial panoramas. 

Lawrence had to use up to 17 connected kites to lift his massive camera into the air. 

Aerial Panoramas Capture With the Help of Kites

via Wired

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