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yearoftheglitch:

 

Glitch Textiles by Phillip Stearns

End of Summer Sale

25% off with code: 25SUMMER2014

http://glitchtextiles.com

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6 days ago
typeverything:

Typeverything.com - Poster by Sarp Sozdinler.

typeverything:

Typeverything.com - Poster by Sarp Sozdinler.

(via allmassive)

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1 week ago
inspirationmobile:

Kiddy Log iPhone app interface designGoogle+ | Dribbble | Behance | Twitter | http://ramotion.com

inspirationmobile:

Kiddy Log iPhone app interface design

Google+ | Dribbble | Behance | Twitter | http://ramotion.com

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1 week ago
571-0:

scrap and ,and scrap
design: Yutaka satoh

571-0:

scrap and ,and scrap

design: Yutaka satoh

(via allmassive)

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1 week ago
yearoftheglitch:

phillipstearns:

Seriously. I’m not obsessed w sudoku. Fabric designs woven using combinatorial math and sudoku puzzle solutions.

In BW Cotton

yearoftheglitch:

phillipstearns:

Seriously. I’m not obsessed w sudoku. Fabric designs woven using combinatorial math and sudoku puzzle solutions.

In BW Cotton

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1 week ago
pinkmorro:

pinkmorro of cocolia #sketchbook #sculpture #artdirection #cocolia #pinkmorro

pinkmorro:

pinkmorro of cocolia #sketchbook #sculpture #artdirection #cocolia #pinkmorro

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2 weeks ago
yearoftheglitch:

For Jonas Salk
The complete polio virus genome visualized in a 6bit RGB colorspace.
genome source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/nuccore/KJ419277.1

yearoftheglitch:

For Jonas Salk

The complete polio virus genome visualized in a 6bit RGB colorspace.

genome source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/nuccore/KJ419277.1

(Source: phillipstearns)

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2 weeks ago
siteinspire:

Neybox Interactive http://bit.ly/1vkWFOa

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2 weeks ago
new-aesthetic:

BBC News - Wikipedia reveals Google ‘forgotten’ search links
The Wikimedia Foundation has also published its first transparency report - following a similar practice by Google, Twitter and others. It reveals that the organisation received 304 general content removal requests between July 2012 and June 2014, none of which it complied with. They included a takedown request from a photographer who had claimed he owned the copyright to a series of selfies taken by a monkey. Gloucestershire-based David Slater had rotated and cropped the images featured on the site. But the foundation rejected his claim on the grounds that the monkey had taken the photo, and was therefore the real copyright owner.
Original discussion of image on Wikipedia

new-aesthetic:

BBC News - Wikipedia reveals Google ‘forgotten’ search links

The Wikimedia Foundation has also published its first transparency report - following a similar practice by Google, Twitter and others. It reveals that the organisation received 304 general content removal requests between July 2012 and June 2014, none of which it complied with. They included a takedown request from a photographer who had claimed he owned the copyright to a series of selfies taken by a monkey. Gloucestershire-based David Slater had rotated and cropped the images featured on the site. But the foundation rejected his claim on the grounds that the monkey had taken the photo, and was therefore the real copyright owner.

Original discussion of image on Wikipedia

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3 weeks ago


jmak:

Motion graphics with music and stuff

PMQ is a historical spot in Hong Kong that just reopened as a gathering place for creatives in Hong Kong.

I was asked to interpret one of the characters in their name however I want. So it’s M for Move.

I made a short animation they promised to show in public, but they never did. So here it is, PLEASE WATCH IT COS NOBODY IN HONG KONG HAS *SOBS*

They did print out my design but what’s the point if my M isn’t moving ; ^ ;

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