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Posted on 14th Sep at 6:44 AM, with 128 notes
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These buttons were designed for the Blend Conference in Charlotte. They come in sets of five and attendees trade them in order to get the versions that best describe themselves. There is also a special set of buttons located at the booth.
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designersof:

These buttons were designed for the Blend Conference in Charlotte. They come in sets of five and attendees trade them in order to get the versions that best describe themselves. There is also a special set of buttons located at the booth.

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click here to advertise with us.

this post is sponsored by bestedgesem.com

Posted on 9th Sep at 5:23 PM, with 2 notes

tart-pastry:

These are content from “Douglas Coupland: Everywhere is Anywhere is Anything is Everything,” a monograph that provides an overview of the technique of artist and novelist Douglas Coupland’s technique.

“Everyone on Earth is Feeling the Same Way That You Do” (top), “Luggage Tag Sunset No. 4” (middle), and “I wait and I wait and I wait for God to appear (bottom).

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Posted on 28th Aug at 11:09 PM, with 403 notes

wired:

This handcrafted, $7,500 re-designed yurt is waaay cooler than your house. Plus, it beats a year of rent in New York City.

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Posted on 6th Aug at 11:51 AM, with 613 notes

betype:

Voltage by Laura Worthington.

The skilled designer Laura Worthington has released a beautiful script font with a touch of vintage (the retro style is a trend right now), but without being too much cheeky. The subtle and versatile details of this font make it ideal too use it in more context aside the retro trend.

Like many of Worthington’s typefaces, Voltage is evocative of a milieu or era. Here, we see the metal lettering on automobiles of the past—with their retro takes on a bright future–and those emblems of an optimistic, hardworking period. Its overall regularity references a time when the machine was king—the late days of the Industrial Age. Imagine vintage instructions on signs or paper; they may be created by machinery or by hand, yet both have that industrial sensibility. We sense visions in the 1950s—and earlier—of what the Nuclear Age would look like. Voltage calls to mind gas stations, machinists, receipts at machine shops, trips to the soda fountain at the drugstore, shopping at the five and dime. Yet, in its twists and small irregularities, we see vestiges of hand-painted signage, the rivets in beloved, old, worn blue jeans, the touch of the ”common man” who, alongside women, built America

Download it here:http://myfonts.us/zaz2B6

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