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junyiwu:

As you’ve probably heard, it’s broody-man day. Here’s today’s break sketch of my favorite septuagenarian.

junyiwu:

As you’ve probably heard, it’s broody-man day. Here’s today’s break sketch of my favorite septuagenarian.

Posted on 24 July, 2014
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Fashion! Put It All On Me ➝  Rami Kadi f/w 2013-14 [3/4]

Posted on 23 July, 2014
Reblogged from phobs-heh  Source alesusknowles

Posted on 23 July, 2014
Reblogged from titanbender  Source noslowsongs

Posted on 22 July, 2014
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Posted on 22 July, 2014
Reblogged from bromo-aj  Source homotography.blogspot.com

artdetails:

Tughra (Official Signature) of Sultan Suleiman. Istanbul, Turkey. c. 1555-1560. Ink, opaque watercolor, and gold on paper.

Posted on 22 July, 2014
Reblogged from phobs-heh  Source artdetails

leseanthomas:

The making of “The WInd Rises”

The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness Documentary
Meet the creative forces behind Studio Ghibli, the award-winning Japanese animation studio that is the focus of this absorbing documentary. Hayao Miyazaki, the director of such cinematic wonders as Princess Monokoke, Spirited Away and Howl’s Moving Castleis the centre point. He’s working on his latest, and perhaps his last film, The Wind Rises. The studio where he storyboards the entire film, and his dedicated team painstakingly draw each frame by hand, is cluttered, homely and apparently lacking any new technologies. On the other side of Tokyo, his colleague Isao Takahata is working on his latest opus. Producer and co-founder Toshio Suzuki shuffles between the two, expertly managing their distinct approaches and longtime rivalry. Director Mami Sunada, winner of SFF’s 2012 Audience Award for Best Documentary with Death of a Japanese Salesman, has captured the timelessness of the process, the brilliance and skill, and Miyazaki’s perverse, playful humour. Prepare to be enchanted by the genius of Studio Ghibli.

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My hero. This is as inspiring as the Making of Mononoke Hime documentary! I hope to live as long as this man, let alone continue to do what I love for a living!

Posted on 22 July, 2014
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thedsgnblog:

High Tide    |    http://hightidenyc.com

"Kotoba, the Japanese word for language, is a collective knitwear brand that strives to produce timeless pieces for the modern woman. Kotoba focuses on promoting Wholegarment knitting technology, which is a revolutionary knitwear system developed by Shima Seiki. We’ve worked with Kotoba since their inception, helping to establish the brand’s identity through logo and website design, packaging, stationary collateral, and lookbook production."

High Tide is an independent design studio creating compelling visual narrative through innovative and interactive media tools. By partnering with a visionary group of photographers, illustrators, and developers, High Tide creates timeless design that conveys a unique identity and emotional resonance. From branding and marketing projects to limited edition publications and site-specific installations, High Tide communicates a vision that pushes the boundaries of traditional design.

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Posted on 22 July, 2014
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Some Water + Fire Bending posters

Posted on 22 July, 2014
Reblogged from markrollins  Source travellersfarfromhome

typeworship:

Posters at Reading

Following on from the Type Design course (TDi) course I attended at Reading University last year, I’ve returned to learn more about type design and the industry. If you like to know more about the intensive summer course take a look at my daily diary from last year.

Meanwhile here are some of the cool posters I’ve spotted around the faculty. Top by Jamie Wieck, bottom right, specimen of MATD 2013 graduates.

Posted on 22 July, 2014
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