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September 05 2017

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Fritz Kahn, pioneer of info graphics. Exhibition Bildfabriken. Infografik 1920-1945: Kahn – Neurath et al., Deutsches Buch- und Schriftmuseum der Deutschen Nationalbibliothek Leipzig 08.09. 2017 - 07.01. 2018.

1 / Bratenduft – Smell of frying, 1926. Empfindungsbahn – Sensory Pathway, 1929. Der Mensch als Industriepalast – The human being as an industry palace, 1926. Die Innenstruktur des Knochens – Internal structure of the bone. Sonnenbad! – Sunbath! 1939. Photo: Kosmos/Debschütz. 

August 02 2017

13:38
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There’s A Genius Street Artist Running Loose In New York, And Let’s Hope Nobody Catches Him

American artist Tom Bob is running loose in the streets of New York, and let’s hope nobody catches him.

June 29 2017

12:04

I Must Be Dead: Vibrant and Surreal Portrait Photography

I Must Be Dead (McKay Jaffe) is a Phoenix-based photographer creating mind-blowing portraits of unusual characters. Using body paint and makeup, he and the subjects construct scenes of fantasy and nightmare, invoking conflicting feelings of sensuality, intrigue, and unease. Subversive by nature—for example, Jaffe views being human as a “program,” wherein people are “designed to act and feel relative to the life [they] are given”—his portraits are experiments in identity, each bold face showing us the power and creativity that lies outside the boundaries of normalcy.

June 16 2017

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In her ongoing series aptly titled “Where the Wild Things Are,” Los Angeles-based photographer Natasha Wilson shines a light on the ethereal beauty of wildlife saved from entering the black market trade. The wild animal black market involves the capturing and selling of animals with the intent to house the undomesticated creatures as pets. Before being sold however, the animals are imprinted by humans, meaning their natural instincts such as hunting is trained out of them, making it impossible for them to survive in the wild.

(via Photographer Captures The Beauty Of Animals Saved From Black Market Trade | Design That Sticks)

June 09 2017

07:04
07:01
Dear Facebook, Why Don’t You Follow Your Own Community Standards?

May 22 2017

10:22
WordPress Website Maintenance Checklist – 50+ Essential Tips & Practices

May 17 2017

17:18
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Michael Reedy draws moody anatomy illustrations with a pop-surrealist flair. Juxtaposing cartoonish and psychedelic elements with photorealistic bodies that have been flayed and cut open, his works create an emotional yet unsettling atmosphere. As he explains on his website, his more recent works revisit “the timeless themes of life, death, and the human condition.” Not interested in showing human life in a reductionist manner, he blends tragedy with comedy, innocence with corruption, and beauty with pain in order to tell poetic (and sometimes uncomfortable) tales of growth and transition. 

 (via Shades of Comedy and Death: Hypnotic Drawings by Michael Reedy | Illusion Magazine)

April 26 2017

07:55
The 2017 Social Network Image & Video Size Guide 

April 19 2017

07:58

Cassius ft. Cat Power Pharell Williams | Go Up from DIVISION on Vimeo.

Directed by Alex Courtès • Produced by DIVISION™ for Ed Banger Records • Post by Home Digital Pictures

April 13 2017

15:02
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Boris Loukanov Creative Mix turned 8 today!

March 31 2017

11:36
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For Hungarian photographer Peter Zelei, there is no “black and white” when it comes to humanity; “I believe … we are a very complicated mix of good, bad, darkness and light,” he explained in an interview with Citizen Brooklyn. His photographs are filled with beauty and cruelty, with scenes and scenarios that simultaneously enchant and disturb the psyche.

(via Exploring the Unconscious: Dark Photos by Peter Zelei | Illusion Magazine)

March 29 2017

05:58
History of Banksy’s Graffiti Art | Infographic

March 17 2017

17:38
The Most Exciting Thing About Bitcoin Isn’t Bitcoin

March 06 2017

15:17
Design Trends 2017 Infographic 

February 27 2017

17:33
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#WeBelieveInThePowerOfLove // Nike // R.T. // Director’s Cut from Luca Finotti on Vimeo.

#WeBelieveInThePowerOfLove
A Project by – Luca Finotti
Art Direction by – Luca Finotti
webelieveinthepoweroflove.com
lucafinotti.com/web/

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February 24 2017

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(via The Soviet erotic alphabet picture book from 1931 | BTURN)

The fascinating scans come from an alphabet picture book published around 1931, allegedly to fight widespread illiteracy across the vast Soviet territories. It was drawn by no less than Sergey Merkurov, the former People’s Artist of the USSR and an academic at the Soviet Academy of Arts.

January 24 2017

07:39

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31 Design Ideas for Cool Two-Letter Logos
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