» Inventing the Future of Space
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Dig the retro-futuristic-exciting style. via JLéonard Dupond

» o r i g i n s
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Latest project from Maria Svarbova. Again playing with symmetry and color. via Maria Svarbova

» Cafe Racer
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Perfect shapes and great use of color. via Alexey Kuvaldin

» Oklahoma Storm
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Incredible shot captured in Keyes, Oklahoma by storm chaser @VanessaNeufeld. via National Geographic

» Hemingway
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Great illustration by Sébastien Plassard. The beard and the hair is beautiful. via The New Yorker

» Siesta Beach
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Pretty spectacular sunset at Siesta Key Beach. via Cameron Moll

» Men’s Health - Realty Check
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On point! Part of the head makes me think about Magnum P.I. played by Tom Selleck. via Marco Goran Romano

» Moraine Lake
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I love those reflections and the beautifully soft light. Such an incredible and tranquil image. via Earth

» Heavy Eyes
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All those lovely eyes! via Pavlov Visuals

» The Golden Cage
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Gorgeous style by Carll Cneut from Belgium. via Pixturebook Makers

» What Would Augment Reality? (1-10)
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As the technology industry buzzes about Augmented Reality (AR) applications and hardware, I thought it would be worthwhile to apply Scott Jenson's value > pain theorem to AR gear. That is, "what va...

» See You at Drupal GovCon
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The countdown has begun! Drupal GovCon is only a week and a half away. We’re looking forward to seeing you all July 31st through August 2nd. Every summer we send our team up to Bethesda to learn th...

» Facebook’s Support for Subscriptions Is a Double-Edged Sword
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Campbell Brown, the former NBC and CNN broadcaster who is now Facebook’s head of news partnerships, confirmed in a speech at a digital publishing conference that the social network plans to r...

» Newspaper Group’s Hope for Antitrust Exemption Is a Hail Mary Pass
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The news came by way of a softball pitch of a story from the New York Times: The News Media Alliance — a group formerly known as the Newspaper Association of America — says it plans to ...

» Pictures Can and Do Lie, and GIFs Lie Twice as Loudly
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If there’s one thing the coverage of Donald Trump has shown time and again, it’s that the mainstream media is more than happy to construct elaborate stories about him, based on nothing ...

» CNN Made Itself the Story Instead of the Reddit User Who Created that Trump GIF
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It was a pretty big scoop, at least as far as Twitter and Reddit were concerned: CNN’s “K-File” investigative unit, run by former BuzzFeed reporter Andrew Kaczynski, found the guy...

» Kakadu
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Designing something directly on a computer, like many people do these days, risks letting the computer dictate the forms of the thing you design. It’s easier to draw a perfectly straight line in a ...

» Grifo
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We are in a period in which media — both digital and print — is thriving, offering new opportunities for editorial typeface design. Helvetica/Futura and Bodoni/Didot —...

» Tsukushi Antique Gothic
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Tsukushi is a family of Japanese typefaces that began with Mincho (the Japanese equivalent of Roman) in the early 2000s and now contains a variety of subfamilies, some of which you can find as macO...

» Di Mare
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As a type designer who is currently landlocked in the middle of the United States, I have moments of envy when I scroll through Instagram and come across square after square of oceans. So it doesn’...

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