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Feb 2013

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I’ve always loved symmetry (to an almost OCD state of being) and found that’s often been on par with a love for geometry. It’s exciting to see it revisited in design these days with the help of newer computers, it’s all very beautiful. Seth Hardie has been taking some great Instagrams (@hallwood) using the iPad app Poly. I mean, I already want to buy an iPad, but this is enough to really push me over the edge.

 

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  • Feb 11, 2013

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Jan 2013

Great digital design by deviantART user RobShields

 

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  • Jan 06, 2013
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Oct 2012

I mean, yeah… if you’re into that kinda thing (that thing being epic sound mixed with intensely hi-def footage of Iceland, a resplendent land bathed in grandeur).

A joint collaboration with rock / ambient / experimental band MONO (monoishere.com), Legend takes you on an epic journey through Iceland’s breathtaking landscapes during the time of the midnight sun.

More here.

 

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  • Oct 25, 2012
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Jul 2011

Cutting Edges

I’m happy to see Cutting Edges, curating these contemporary takes on vintage (found) imagery, featuring a new take on old design. Incidentally, I’ve come across some of these pieces on fffound before, I would love to get my hands on a copy of this tome for myself. With work by Jelle Martens, Anthony Zinonos, Eduardo Recife and more, the book is pure eye candy.

 

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  • Jul 25, 2011
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Apr 2011

Real-Life Models for Classic Pin-Up Paintings

Before Photoshop, there were just these guys who could paint really, really well.

(via UFUNK.net)

 

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  • Apr 25, 2011
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Mar 2011

Tom Ford’s Five Easy Lessons in How to Be a Modern Gentleman

Tom Ford – fashion powerhouse/film mogul/old school romantic/myhero – is the cover star of the spring/summer 2011 issue of Another Man and presents Tom Ford’s five easy lessons in how to be a modern gentleman.

  1. You should put on the best version of yourself when you go out in the world because that is a show of respect to the other people around you.
  2. A gentleman today has to work. People who do not work are so boring and are usually bored. You have to be passionate, you have to be engaged and you have to be contributing to the world.
  3. Manners are very important and actually knowing when things are appropriate. I always open doors for women, I carry their coat, I make sure that they’re walking on the inside of the street. Stand up when people arrive at and leave the dinner table.
  4. Don’t be pretentious or racist or sexist or judge people by their background.
  5. A man should never wear shorts in the city. Flip-flops and shorts in the city are never appropriate. Shorts should only be worn on the tennis court or on the beach

(via ANOTHERMAG)

 

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  • Mar 25, 2011
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Mar 2011

Captain Bowen’s Kodachromes

On December 16th, 1960 a Trans World Airlines Lockheed Super Constellation collided midair over Brooklyn with a United Airlines Douglas DC-8. The T.W.A. flight — a slow moving propeller plane — was heading from Columbus, Ohio en route to LaGuardia. The other plane, a much more advanced jetliner, was destined for Idlewild airport (JFK) with 77 passengers from Chicago. All together, the crash killed 134 people, being one of the worst air disasters at the time. It is a fascinating story that was highlighted extremely well on the NY Times City Room blog.

The coverage included additional information about T.W.A. co-pilot Dean Bowen that, as well as being a skilled aviator, he was also a talented photographer. Through his travels he used Kodachrome to document life as he saw it. One commenter even pointed readers to a Flickr set of Bowen’s images.

(via A Continuous Lean)

 

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  • Mar 02, 2011
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Feb 2011

Flames

And now for the best thing I’ve seen and heard all week, this trimmed, ripped and maximized blockbuster incarnation of Flames. This video, shot entirely macro is high energy and makes me want to dance and film and make art all day long. I might set this song as my alarm, this sounds like the perfect way to inspire a day.

 

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  • Feb 25, 2011
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Feb 2011

Artist: Irina Werning – Back to the Future

“Back to the Future”, an amazing series of photos by Irina Werning. People were invited to re-create their old photos. Very cool, matching colouring and lighting such as this would be incredibly time consuming, she has one marvelous eye.

 

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  • Feb 17, 2011
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Dec 2010

Artist: Dan Mountford – Double Exposures

Some pretty fantastic double exposures from UK designer Dan Mountford. Mountford’s manipulations seem effortless and magical, he creates a visceral experience, inventing a whole world I’m completely sold on. I want to live here. See more on his Flickr.

 

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  • Dec 23, 2010
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