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Envelope Clutch

This leather envelope clutch by Kate Spade Saturday has my name written all over it. Right?

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A Frame Picnic Table

I am head over heels in love with this modern picnic table from CB2.

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SWEET! The Candy Mosaic Portraits of Jason Mecier

Portraits of Hollywood stars made from pieces of sugary and sweet candies!

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Times New Roman

A short film about the typeface Times New Roman.

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How To Make Espresso In Space

In a story that's sure to bring to the surface the long-debunked myth of an over-elaborate NASA quest to create a pen to operate in space, Wired reports that the coffee situation abooard the Internati

in You the Designer

Silly Sundays – Your Clients as Game Of Thrones Houses

This infographic reimagines your clients and the roles they would play if we were all …

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Reiach and Hall gives sober facade to Battle of Bannockburn Visitor Centre


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Friday Link Pack

Connecting: Makers is the second film in the Connecting Series. See the first film, Connecting, at connectingthefilm.com. - This animated gif wins.

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Today Wednesday June 18th: Chase Jarvis Live

I am ridiculously excited to be today’s guest on Chase Jarvis LIVE.

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outdatedbrowser.com

Do you ever wonder if you should update your browser? outdatedbrowser.com will tell you.

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Call Someone You Love

Matt Adams and Katie Sokoler covered a Brooklyn pay phone with quarters and placed a sign above it that read, “Call Someone You Love” to see what would happen. So good!

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Fantastic Art And Where To Find Them Friday: Ink Illustrations by Saddo

A collection of small drawings, done with ink on paper. LINEWORK is a project on …

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♥ / Elmastudio WordPress Themes

A big thank you to Elmastudio for sponsoring this week of my RSS Feed.

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NASA Forming $3M Satellite Communication, Propulsion Competition

coondoggie (973519) writes NASA took the next step in forming a large-scale, $3 million competition to build advanced propulsion and communications technologies for small, inexpensive satellite system

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Typography Thursday – Amazing Isometric Letters by Jing Zhang

Jing Zhang creates an interesting look for her letterforms by blurring the lines between 2d … <

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Announcing Fiera magazine

It’s been a busy time here at magCulture and it’s about to get busier.

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Scientific selling

This week the Boagworld show features Stuart Frisby from booking.com and vision learning, a site that teaches us the power of well designed interfaces.

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World Cup Magazine of the Week: Colors #90

You’ll have figured I’m excited about the World Cup, and to mark the start of the tourmament tonight we celebrate with a very special edition of Colors.

in Ace Jet 170

Mortices and Markings

I've got this side project on at the moment; a writing project. It's taking me flippin' ages to be honest but it's bringing me into contact with some really interesting people.

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Salesforce Makes a Crafty Play to Bring Wearables to the Workplace

Salesforce.com wants you to wear a computer at work.

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Cops Can’t Collect Your Cell Tower Data Without a Warrant, Court Rules

A federal appeals court has ruled that the warrantless collection of cellphone tower data, which can be used to track the location of a suspect, is unconstitutional without a probable-cause warrant fr

in Design Observer: Main Posts

Rick Poynor: The body as factory: anatomy of a New Scientist cover image

Peeling back the skin of a New Scientist cover illustration by Nichola Bruce and Michael Coulson.

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Tooled Up

You can’t hope to improve, significantly, as a designer by merely practicing design.

in Dezeen

Concrete walls sink into the ground at VAUMM's MNGB House in Spain


in Six Revisions

Digital Typography Needs to Move Forward

There is so much potential to improve the reading experience on the Web.

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Tattly + Rifle Paper Co

The best part about my job at Tattly is that I get to meet and collaborate with talented folks like Rifle Paper Co. We *just* launched their Floral Set with 4 beautiful flowery designs by Anna Bond.

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Some design principles never change

Designing for the web can be challenging when things change so fast. Fortunately, whether it is 1994 of 2014 some principles never change.

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The Internet With A Human Face

Maciej Cegłowski, creator of pinboard.in:

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Minimalist Monday: Classic Children’s Stories Posters

Minimalist posters inspired by classic children’s bedtime stories. Christian Jackson a.k.a.

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America 'Has Become a War Zone'

An anonymous reader writes, quoting Business Insider: "Eight different law enforcement agencies in Indiana have purchased massive Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected vehicles (MRAP) that were formerly use

in Six Revisions

Building Localization-Ready Websites: Tips and Things to Consider

This is an introduction to the concept of website language localization that will help you reach a truly global audience.

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At Work With: Ji-Young Ahn, Neon

I’ve been in Europe a lot recently and I always return with a copy of Neon – it’s such a refreshing, crisp example of editorial design and art direction.

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Rats Regret Making the Wrong Decision

David Redish and his graduate student Adam Steiner of the University of Minnesota didn’t set out to study if rats experience regret. They were looking at decision-making in rats.

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Sparse's Story Illustrates the Potholes Faced By Hardware Start-Ups

waderoush (1271548) writes "Hardware is Silicon Valley's new religion.

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Friday Link Pack

- Next time you look up into a starry sky, read this: The Fermi Paradox: Where the hell are the other earths? - Excited to read Weingart: The Man and the Machine.

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Fantastic Art and Where To Find Them Friday: 8-bit Inspired Paintings of Iconic Images

A series of paintings inspired by geometric abstraction, color field painting, and old-school digital graphics.

in Six Revisions

Exciting Improvements in WordPress 3.9

More than 200 changes were introduced in WordPress 3.9 (code name "Smith"). This is a discussion of some of the big changes.

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Google Needs Your Help Building Apps for Its All-Seeing Tablet

Google is calling on the world’s software developers to help it build software for the experimental 3-D-modeling tablet it calls Project Tango.

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Why the New Obamacare Website Is Going to Work This Time

The drama of the HealthCare.gov Ad Hoc team is now a modern tech fable: a small cadre of young geeks from Silicon Valley and President Obama’s election campaign parachute into the federal bureaucrac

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Explore Every 2014 World Cup Stadium With Google Street View

As long as you can imagine the sunshine on your face, cool breeze on your skin, and 64,000 screaming fans, exploring Brazil's World Cup stadiums on Google Maps is just like being there.

in Dezeen

Modulorbeat creates One Man Sauna inside a stacked concrete tower


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Israeli Pavilion uses "sand printers" to trace plans of urban sprawl


in Design Observer: Main Posts

OBlog: House Housing

Opening today is&nbsp;<a href="http://house-housing.com/" target="_blank">House Housing: An Untimely History of Architecture and Real Estate in Nineteen Episodes</a>&nbsp

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Critics give verdicts on Rem's Venice Architecture Biennale "without any architecture in sight"


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Krautreporter benötigen noch eure Unterstützung

Es wäre zu schade, wenn das Experiment bereits im Vorfeld scheitern würde, denn ich glaube, dass der deutschsprachige Journalismus das Krautreporte